Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that Honeymoon is a low-budget horror film that has a long, slow buildup before anything gruesome or gory is shown, but it does end up having a fair bit blood and disturbing imagery (a woman stabs herself in the crotch area). The main characters -- a pair of newlyweds on their honeymoon -- have sex on several occasions; one takes place in the shower, and a side view of the naked characters, pressed together, is shown. Language is fairly strong, with multiple uses of "f--k."
A newlywed couple has sex several times, though nothing sensitive is shown. In a shower scene, the side of the woman's breast is visible. Her bottom is also visible in a night scene. She's also shown in a bra and panties. Oral sex is implied.
The movie mostly conjures up a sense of dread, but there's some gruesome violence toward the end. A woman stabs herself in the crotch, and blood is shown. A man removes a long, strange creature from her vagina. A man ties up a woman. They fight, and some bloody injuries are shown. A man throws a tantrum in a restaurant and smashes some lamps.
"F--k" is used several times.
This is horror at its most basic: bad things happening to good people. They react with fear and concern, but no real lessons are learned, and characters don't go above and beyond at any time.
Tylenol is mentioned.
Drugs / Tobacco /