Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that Bad Milo is a horror/comedy hybrid about a man who has a creature living inside his anus; when he's stressed, the creature comes out and kills people. (Thankfully, the movie doesn't actually show the creature coming and going from its "home," but it clearly causes the man pain, and there are lots of gross noises associated with the process.) Expect lots of gory violence, with spraying blood and body parts bitten off (sometimes off screen), as well as very heavy sexual innuendo, including suggested oral sex and masturbation, as well as a "bondage dungeon." Language is likewise heavy, with many uses of "f--k," "s--t," and "ass." One character is shown to be a regular pot smoker. The shock factor of this movie may entice some teen viewers, but for others it will just be too gross.
A man is seen giving a woman implied oral sex in an alley (his head is below the frame). He asks for oral sex in return, and she refuses and walks away, so he starts masturbating instead (nothing sensitive is shown). The main character's mother and her younger lover exchange some strong sexual innuendo during dinner. Later, viewers see their bondage cellar, which is filled with various pieces of equipment. Discussion of having a baby. A packet of condoms is shown.
Many scenes of a small monster killing people in very bloody ways, with blood spatters and sprays. The creature bites off one character's penis. A character also uses an axe. Perhaps more disturbing is the way in which the creature enters the world -- through the main character's anus. Each time he appears, it causes the man a great deal of pain, and these scenes are also accompanied by ferocious "diarrhea" noises. The creature also returns to the man's anus when finished. These scenes may cause laughter among certain audiences, but they're pretty gross.
Frequent strong language includes "f--k," "s--t," "a--hole," "Goddamn," "bitch," "anus," "vagina," "ass," and "d--k." There are also several discussions of the main character's anus, from where the creature comes and goes.
There's a vague message about learning how to manage your stress ... or unleash a kind of inner demon that could be harmful to others (though, somehow, not harmful to yourself).
Drugs / Tobacco /
The main character's father is described as a "pothead" and is seen smoking pot.