Written May 02, 2016
I am very surprised that this is a PG movie. The young kid tells his mom he is watching sex and murder movie! All through out the movie they use words that are NOT appropriate for PG and to top it off at the end one of the guys tell the girl she should meet his boyfriend! Seriously, PG? Should have been rated PG13. All the kids that went and saw it were 12, 11, 10 , 8 and 7. The movie over all was good, but NOT a PG. Kids enjoyed it but were asking questions that really should not be even a thought right now.
Written February 11, 2016
Admittedly she was a little young for this movie... but my almost 4 year old daughter liked it, and I could sit through it without having to zone it out. Overall worth going if just to get out and 'do something', but I don't see it becoming anyone's favorite movie.
Written December 25, 2014
This was definitely a step up from Coraline!
VIsually- I loved it. The story came together a lot better.
May be a little scary for young children, especially toward the end.
Written August 29, 2015
From the trailier and commercials it looked like a cute movie with zombies. The whole premise of this movie is disturbing. We took our 7 and 12 year old to the movie. Many other parents there with kids. Several left during the movie. Our 7 year old was terrified - held my hand over his eyes for most of the movie. Even our 12 year old was a little spooked by some of the scenes. Be warned this is not a kid movie!
Written July 26, 2016
Cute movie. It was entertaining and had a message of acceptance. Definitely recommend to families. There are some jokes that tweens may catch on to but not the little kiddos.