Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that Diablo is a Western starring Clint Eastwood's son Scott. It's essentially a revenge story, with lots of killing and blood and nothing really learned. Many characters are shot, with bloody wounds. Bullets are dug out of flesh, a woman is kidnapped, a house is set on fire, and a horse dies. In a hallucination sequence, a gory "zombie" is shown. Language is sparse but includes one (and possibly a second) use of "f--k," as well as "goddamn" and "hell." Characters sometimes smoke and drink whiskey, and in one sequence, a character hallucinates after being given peyote. This isn't hardly a prime example of a worthy Western, but teens who are interested in the genre (or the star) may be intrigued anyway.
Lots of shooting and killing, with blood sprays and bloody wounds. Digging bullets out of flesh. Burning house. Shooting with arrows. Throat slicing. Woman kidnapped. Dead horse. Bloody "zombie" soldier during hallucination.
One clear use of "f--k," plus a barely audible, possible second use. Also "goddamn" and "hell."
This is a revenge story that turns into something quite a bit less; it's just a story of taking and killing. Nothing learned.
Drugs / Tobacco /
Casual cigarette smoking. Drinking whiskey. A character hallucinates after being given peyote.