Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that The Last Witch Hunter is a Vin Diesel action movie with horror elements. Expect lots of fairly brutal fantasy violence -- fighting, stabbing with swords or knives, guns and shooting, characters getting bashed around, minor characters dying -- though not much blood is actually shown. There's implied sex (the main character flirts with a flight attendant, who's later seen leaving his apartment), but nothing happens on screen. Viewers see several scenes of background and/or social drinking (no drunkenness), and language includes a few uses of "bitch" and "hell" (with a possible/obscured use of "s--t"). The movie is very poorly made, but it could attract some teens before it disappears forever.
The main character flirts with a flight attendant, and she's later shown leaving his apartment (implied sex).
Strong fantasy violence. A witch's beating heart is separated from her body. Icky plague flies; one is stuck under a man's skin. Fighting, characters getting thrown/punched. Stabbing/slicing with swords and knives. Some guns and shooting. Characters attacked with evil tree branches/tendrils. Minor characters die. Building on fire. Somewhat scary dream/nightmare sequences. Very little blood shown. Reference to a mass grave.
Infrequent language includes "hell," "bitch," and possibly one (obscured) use of "s--t."
Whatever messages might have been buried here are thwarted by an attempt to force a happy ending and set up a sequel (so no real lessons are learned).
Apple iPhones are used, and iPads are mentioned twice.
Drugs / Tobacco /
Background/social drinking. Smoking of magical herbs.