Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that the movie posits four handsome prep school students as descendents of witches, with destructive powers and arrogant attitudes. The film's violence includes plenty of bodies slamming against/through walls, as evidence of the "force" the boys wield, as well as cars flying off a cliff, crashing, and exploding, and spells that send girls into convulsive comas. A dead body alarms a policeman who discovers it in a car. A girl is threatened by a ghostlike figure in the shower. Prep school-aged characters drink, and talk about the power as addictive (alluding to drugs, sort of). A mother smokes and drinks liquor to show her displeasure with her life married to a selfish male witch. Some profanity.
Girl in a shower scared by foggy shape (her breasts remain unseen); in boys' locker room, shots of naked butts in the shower; passionate kissing in car by primary couple.
Fights between witch-boys are brutal (slamming through walls, ceilings, and stacks of bottles, tossing farm tools, throwing fireballs), but unbelievable (cheesy effects); estate caretaker aims gun at intruders; girl assaulted by spiders; girl suffers hives and unconsciousness under a spell; barn burns during big showdown scene, with bodies smashing into each other and various walls.
Several uses of "s--t," as well as "son of a bitch," "hell," "d--khead."
Witch-boys are arrogant and selfish, save for one, who teaches others to be careful with their gifts (though he has to beat one apparently to death in order to impose this lesson).
Drugs / Tobacco /
Caleb's mother smokes cigarettes; prep school students drink beer and liquor at local bar; repeated discussion of the "power" as a drug, to which users become addicted.