Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension is the sixth (and final?) movie in the found-footage horror series that started strong but went downhill two movies ago. It has about the same levels of iffy content as the previous films: There are plenty of jump-scares, ghost attacks, and character deaths, as well as a young girl in peril. A woman is ogled and treated as a sexual object; there's also sex talk and sexual banter, as well as sex-related jokes and references to "porno tapes." Language includes fairly frequent uses of "f--k" and "s--t," plus "bitch" and "hell." Characters get high in one scene from eating some kind of drug-laced chocolate. Background drinking is also shown. It's not a good movie, but the franchise name alone will be enough to appeal to teen horror fans.
A woman is objectified and ogled by men. Sexual banter and innuendo. A wife promises her husband sex. Two ornamental reindeer are placed in a sexual position. Brothers talk about "stealing Dad's pornos." They watch tapes, hoping that they'll contain adult content. Reference to "balls wrapped in leather."
Young girl in peril. Jump-scares. A ghostly demon. Objects fly around rooms. A child plays with a gas fireplace. Biting. Girl claws at walls, with bloody hands. Characters thrown across room, impaled, burned. Neck-snapping. Characters die.
Multiple uses of "f--k" and "s--t," plus "bitch" and "hell." A man says the word "caulk" to make it sound like "c--k."
Though the characters seem like good people, bad things simply happen to them with no sense of fairness.
Xbox One seen in background.
Drugs / Tobacco /
Adults eat Belgian chocolate laced with drugs. One teases the other about being "so high." Background beer-drinking.