Night Swim Parents Guide
Night Swim is a 2024 upcoming Horror Thriller film that is directed and penned by Bryce McGuire. The film is based on the short film by Rod Blackhurst and the director.
Wyatt Russell, Kerry Condon, Amélie Hoeferle, and Gavin Warren are the leading cast and are produced by James Wan and Jason Blum.
|January 5, 2024
|United States and United Kingdom
Night Swim Parents Guide and Age Rating
Night Swim is rated PG-13 for terror, some violent content, and language.
Movies that are labeled PG-13 are not considered suitable for children under the age of thirteen, but parents can decide whether or not to allow their children to see the movies.
PG is an abbreviation for ‘parental guidance’ which means “parents strongly cautioned”: it indicates that parents may find some film content unsuitable for children under thirteen.
What is the story about?
After moving into a new house, the Waller family discovers an evil spirit in their backyard swimming pool.
What is the release date of Night Swim?
Night Swim will be in theaters on January 5, 2024, by Universal Pictures.
Night Swim Wallpaper and Images
Who is in the cast of Night Swim?
Here is the list of Night Swim cast and characters:
- Wyatt Russell as Ray Waller
- Kerry Condon as Eve
- Amélie Hoeferle as Izzy
- Nancy Lenehan
- Ben Sinclair
- Jodi Long
- Gavin Warren as Elliot
- Ellie Araiza as Angel
- Eddie Martinez as Coach E
- Elijah J. Roberts as Ronin
- Aivan Uttapa as Ty
- Preston Galli as Young Boy in Flashback Scene
- Eleanor T. Threatt
- Celina Cardoso
- Maetrix Fitten as a Police officer
Is there any trailer for Night Swim?
You can watch the trailer below:
Night Swim Trailer Explained
In the trailer, the Waller family boldly moves to their new house and uncovers a malevolent spirit lurking in their backyard swimming pool.
Ratings are not designed to tell whether the film, series, or book is appropriate or inappropriate. Ratings are designed to say what kind of content is included in the movie, book, or series to allow parents to make informed decisions on what they are allowing their children to watch or read.
The age rating is fixed by the MPAA ( Motion Picture Association of America Film Rating System), BBFC (British Board of Film Classification), Commons Sense, and TV Parental Guidelines (A television content rating system in the United States).