Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that 6 Souls (also known as Shelter) is a supernatural horror film with some scary imagery, such as a character's neck bending to an impossible angle and a young girl in danger. There's also gore, including bloody dead bodies (some of which are children) and crime scene photos. The main character is religious, and the movie suggests that people who lose their faith will be severely punished. Language includes several uses of "God," "Jesus Christ" and "hell," sometimes used in a religious context, as well as "s--t" and one use of "f--k." Some of the main characters are shown drinking, but not to excess and not often.
A young girl is in peril in the movie's final stretch; she's made sick by an evil spell and has her soul sucked out of her mouth. Plenty of other scary images, too, such as a man's neck bending back at an impossible angle and some black mist attacking. Gory dead bodies and crime scene photos are shown, and dead children are seen in a flashback. Gross sores develop on people's backs. A man undergoes some gory supernatural surgery, with blood shown. A man receives the death sentence. A horrific crime is verbally described involving "rape," a "box cutter," and "ovaries."
"F--k" is used once; "s--t" is used a few times. "God, "Jesus Christ" and "hell" are used, as well, but often in a religious context.
Troubling messages regarding faith and punishment.
Drugs / Tobacco /
The main character hits a bar during a tense time at work and pounds down a few tequila shots. (It's suggested that this isn't a frequent occurrence.) Her brother drinks two bottles of beer while working at his desk.