Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that Pride and Prejudice and Zombies is both a romantic drama and a horror-action movie, just like the 2009 mash-up book by Seth Grahame-Smith (which itself was inspired by Jane Austen's classic novel). There's a lot of zombie violence, though it's largely bloodless, with more suggested than actually shown. Still, zombies are killed, and there are some scary and/or gross images, as well as martial arts fighting, swords, blades, guns, battles, and explosions. Characters talk a great deal about marrying each other; there's one scene of passionate kissing and a flirty fight scene during which a male character pops the button off the top of a woman's dress, exposing a bit more of her cleavage. Language isn't an issue, and characters drink only in social settings.
Passionate kissing. During a fight scene, a man cuts the top button of a woman's dress off, revealing slightly more cleavage. Man's naked body is checked for bite marks (nothing graphic shown). Women getting dressed; stockings are shown, and they slide weapons into sheathes under their dresses. Many discussions of marriage.
Zombie attacks, zombie fighting (though a large portion is more implied than shown). Slicing and slashing with knives/swords. Guns and shooting; a gun backfires in a woman's hand, leaving a bloody wound. Severed limbs, beheadings, and exploding heads, but little blood/gore shown. Martial arts fighting, with punching and throwing. Sword fighting, with kicking and head-butts. Battle and explosions. Gross zombie imagery. Zombie mother and baby shown.
One (obscured) use of "prick."
Women are encouraged to be strong and don't necessarily have to choose between marriage and personal (martial arts) training. They're allowed to choose both, to be themselves, and to show their strength and courage.
Drugs / Tobacco /
Social drinking of sherry/brandy.