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Till Death | 2021 | R | – 4.7.10

content-ratingsWhy is “Till Death” rated R? The MPAA rating has been assigned for “strong violence, grisly images, and language throughout.” The Kids-In-Mind.com evaluation includes an implied sex scene, an extra-marital affair, many scenes of a woman dragging a dead body with a bloody gunshot wound through and around a house, a fatal stabbing, several scenes of men searching for a woman to kill her, a drowning, and over 60 F-words and other strong language. Read our parents’ guide below for details on sexual content, violence & strong language.


An aggrieved husband (Eoin Macken) takes his reluctant wife (Megan Fox) to an isolated cabin by an icy lake, handcuffs himself to her and commits suicide. While trying to figure out how to detach herself from the dead body, a vengeful criminal (Callan Mulvey) comes knocking. Also with Jack Roth and Aml Ameen. Directed by S.K. Dale. [Running Time: 1:28]

Till Death SEX/NUDITY 4

 – A husband and his wife kiss romantically, he unfastens his shirt, they lay back on a bed and she raises her knee to reveal her bare leg to the hip as he lies on top of her (sex is implied).
 A man and a married woman talk in a bedroom, the man leans to kiss the woman as they talk and she pulls away from him; they talk briefly and she leaves, ending the relationship. A husband puts a necklace around his wife’s neck and kisses her on the head. A woman accepts a marriage proposal in a restaurant and onlookers applaud.
 A dead man’s body is shown wearing only boxers in several scenes (we see his bare chest, abdomen and legs to the upper thighs). A woman wears low-cut tops and dresses that reveal cleavage in several scenes. A woman in an office setting wears a deeply cut dress that reveals cleavage. A woman’s dress is slit up her leg to reveal her upper thigh.

Till Death VIOLENCE/GORE 7

 – A man shoots himself in the head and blood and matter spray on his wife (they are handcuffed together) and the wall behind them and we see the man with a large gunshot wound in his head and a lot of blood pooling on the floor and his clothing for much of the rest of the movie. A woman drags her husband’s dead body around a house, outside the house, up and down basement stairs and out through snow-covered ground throughout the movie (we see blood, the gunshot wound and hear squishing sounds). A woman drags her husband’s dead body up a flight of stairs in a basement and she slips and stumbles down the stairs (she’s OK). A woman and her dead husband’s body tumble down a flight of stairs (she groans but seems to be OK). A woman drags her husband’s dead body on a long wedding dress and the dress becomes increasingly soaked in blood.
 A man stabs another man in the stomach twice, then continues to stab him while pressing him against a door and we see his silhouette and hear crunching (the man falls dead and we see blood on his clothes at his abdomen). A woman drags herself along an ice-covered lake and a man dragging a body follows her, catches her and they struggle; he slams a knife into the ice, she stabs him in the shoulder, a hole opens in the ice and the two people, along with the dead body, fall into the frigid water, where they struggle; she stabs the man in the ice (blood spreads in the water) and she swims to the surface but is trapped under ice until she manages to break through and pull herself out. A flashback shows a woman being attacked by a man and he seemingly stabs her in the abdomen (below the frame), she raises a car key in her hand and apparently stabs him in the eye with it (off-screen). A woman slams a boat anchor onto a dead man’s hand to remove the thumb so that his hand would slip out through a handcuff (we see the bloody hand and thumb with some bone exposed). A woman speeds out of a garage in a car and slams into a man trying to catch her, he is thrown and she speeds back through the garage and slides on ice into a boat shed where the car tips into frigid water.
 A man holds a gun on another man and they argue: the second man throws the first man back against a wall where he is impaled on a coat hook in the back of the head (we hear a crunch and he falls to the floor with blood on the wall behind him). A man holds a woman’s foot and tries to cut her toes off (he does not manage to). A man tackles a woman on the floor, he uses a knife to cut her shirt and we see a healed scar on her back. A woman hides from two men and she is nearly discovered in a few scenes; a man slashes a car’s tire near where the woman is hiding, a man hears squeaking coming from the attic in the house and searches under a sheet as a woman hits him in the head with a golf club and he falls back and breaks through the floor to the room below (he is unconscious). A woman hits a man in the head with a golf club and runs away, she starts a car and a man punches the driver’s side window shattering it and grabbing the woman as she tries to get away; he pulls her out of the car, slams her against the car, she falls and he kicks her in the head. A man and a woman fight and he stabs her in the leg as she tries to get away from him (we see some blood) and then she hits him in the face with a heavy tool dazing him and she handcuffs him to a dead body before running away; the man chases her dragging the body along.
 A woman tries to use a gun to shoot the chain of handcuffs that are on her wrist (the gun does not discharge). A wife wakes up in bed handcuffed to her husband and she becomes upset about what is happening. A woman searches through kitchen drawers for a tool to use to remove handcuffs and she hits her dead husband in the head with one of the drawers. A husband puts a blindfold on his wife and they drive to a remote house on a lake.
 A man tries to use large cutters to remove a necklace from a woman’s neck and another man threatens to cut her head off to get the necklace. A woman slams a door in a man’s face and he complains that she broke his nose (we do not see blood). A woman finds her cellphone in a vase filled with water; she becomes upset and throws it to the floor when the phone will not restart. A woman is startled when loud music starts playing on a record player. When wind blows and trees scrape the front door of a remote house, a woman seems nervous and engages a chain lock.
 A dessert course is described as being “to die for.” A wife accuses her husband of playing a “weird game.”
 A man finds another man’s dead body and gags (he does not vomit). Blood washes into a sink and down a drain when a woman washes blood from her face. A woman’s wrist is badly bruised and bloody from a handcuff. We see a police file photo of a woman with bruises and cuts on her face after an attack when she was beaten and stabbed; we see a man in a police file photo with a bloody bandage on his eye.

Till Death LANGUAGE 10

 – About 66 F-words and its derivatives, 19 scatological terms, 2 anatomical terms, 4 mild obscenities, name-calling (ugly, weak, insane, nightmare, old ball and chain, sick, dumb), exclamations (oh, ow, shut-up, argh, ugh, oh come on, are you [F-word deleted] kidding me, huh, relax, yes, please, why), 11 religious exclamations (e.g. God, Oh My God, Oh God, Jesus, Jesus [F-word deleted] Christ). | profanity glossary |

Till Death SUBSTANCE USE

 – A man and a woman drink wine with a meal in a restaurant, and a husband and his wife drink champagne.

Till Death DISCUSSION TOPICS

 – Infidelity, suicide, revenge, anxiety, hope, regret, disobedience, truth, manipulating evidence.

Till Death MESSAGE

 – After you initially incapacitate your pursuer, make sure he’s permanently disabled before trying to depart.

CAVEATS

Be aware that while we do our best to avoid spoilers it is impossible to disguise all details and some may reveal crucial plot elements.

We've gone through several editorial changes since we started covering films in 1992 and older reviews are not as complete & accurate as recent ones; we plan to revisit and correct older reviews as resources and time permits.

Our ratings and reviews are based on the theatrically-released versions of films; on video there are often Unrated, Special, Director's Cut or Extended versions, (usually accurately labelled but sometimes mislabeled) released that contain additional content, which we did not review.


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