What We Do in the Shadows Parents Guide

What We Do in the Shadows, A 2014 New Zealand mockumentary horror comedy film, written and directed by Jemaine Clement and Taika Waititi. 

Produced by Taika Waititi, Chelsea Winstanley, Emanuel Michael.

Production companies are Resnick Interactive Development, Unison Films, Defender Films, Funny or Die, New Zealand Film Commission.

 Moreover, the movie was distributed by Madman Entertainment, Paramount Pictures, The Orchard.

Read about What We Do in the Shadows Parents Guide. However, What We Do in the Shadows is Rated R for bloody violent content, some sexual material, and language.

What We Do in the Shadows Age Rating


R – Restricted Under 17 requires accompanying parent or adult guardian.

Contains some adult material. Parents are urged to learn more about the film before taking their young children with them.

What We Do in the Shadows Parents Guide

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Sexual reference and Nudity showed throughout the movie but are not too graphic.
A human is attacked by several vampires is intense.
Use of profanity words like “fuck”, “shit”, “hell.
A man shows his torture chamber and says that he used to torture people here.
A man is accidentally shot in the leg with an arrow, this is only for laugh, Not blood showed,
All of the violence is supposed to be funny
One scene of one of the vampires vomiting large quantities of blood because he accidentally ate normal food.
All of the gore/blood is comically over the top and all of it is played for laughs.
A few times, vampires drinking blood is shown in a way too similar to drinking alcohol. This includes drinking the blood from beer mugs and martini glasses.
 Characters are seeing to going out to smoke a cigarette.
Lots of blood shown in the film Might be disturbing for kids.


What We Do in the Shadows Release date

The Movie What We Do in the Shadows Released date is 13 February 2015 (United States).

Official Poster and Details

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Movie Name What We Do in the Shadows
Age Rating  R
Release date 13 February 2015 (United States)

1h 26min

Directed by Jemaine Clement, Taika Waititi
Distributor  Madman Entertainment, Paramount Pictures, The Orchard
Official website Amazon.com


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What We Do in the Shadows Overview

A narrative team follows four vampire flatmates — Viago, Vladislav, Deacon, and Petyr — who share a level in the Wellington suburb of Te Aro and have conceded assurance to the group (who are wearing crosses) for the term of the recording.

Every evening, Viago, Vladislav, and Deacon bring the transport into town and slink the roads of Wellington for individuals to kill. Since they can’t enter structures without greeting and should remain in the level during the day to keep away from daylight, the three have not adjusted to 21st-century life. The vampires additionally routinely experience and exchange affronts with a bunch of werewolves, driven by Anton, as a component of an old contention among werewolves and the undead.

One evening, Deacon meets his human nature, Jackie, to demand that she carry virgins to the level so the vampires can benefit from them. She draws Josephine, a lady who offended her in elementary school, and Nick, her ex from when they were 12, to the level. While the vampires are frustrated that nor are really virgins, they endeavor to kill them in any case. Josephine is killed, while Nick momentarily figures out how to escape prior to being assaulted by Petyr. Scratch endures the assault and is transformed into a vampire.

After two months, the vampires acknowledge Nick into their gathering and bond with his human companion Stu – a PC investigator who tells them the best way to utilize current innovation. Viago utilizes the web to chase down his previous love interest Katherine, who is presently a 96-year-old widow living in a rest home in Wellington. He additionally finds and momentarily reconnects with Phillip, his old worker, who set some unacceptable postage on Viago’s final resting place and stretched out his excursion to New Zealand – leaving Katherine an opportunity to track down another affection before Viago could show up.

In spite of having the option to get his new companions into more mainstream bars and clubs, Nick battles to adjust to life as a vampire. Scratch is likewise held in scorn by Deacon, who dislikes Nick’s freshly discovered fame and his imprudent uncovering of his vampirism to outsiders he meets. One of these outsiders, a vampire tracker, breaks into the level cellar during the day and kills Petyr by presenting him to daylight.

The vampires are angry when they find Nick has in a roundabout way caused Petyr’s passing, and Deacon attempts to kill Nick prior to being hindered by a police government assistance check from officials O’Leary and Minogue. The police bypass the carcasses of Petyr and the vampire tracker, rather cautioning the vampires about the various fire risks inside the level. When the police leave, Nick is attempted by the leftover vampires: he is ousted from the level utilizing the scandalous Procession of Shame, however, Stu is allowed to come however he sees fit.

A while later, the vampires get a solicitation to the yearly Unholy Masquerade, facilitated for the nearby undead populace of vampires, zombies, and witches. Vladislav won’t go to subsequent to discovering that “The Beast”, a vampire that annihilated a lot of his force, will go to a visitor of honor, and endeavors to remain at home offering on online closeouts. At the point when Viago and Deacon show up, they find in participation Nick, Stu, and Jackie – who (causing Deacon a deep sense of shame) has been transformed into a vampire by Nick.

“The Beast” is before long uncovered to be Vladislav’s ex Pauline, who has gone through different rough separations with Vladislav. At the point when Pauline understands that Stu and the camera group are human, the other party visitors take steps to kill and benefit from them. The flatmates are before long joined by Vladislav, who battles with Pauline’s new beau Julian to secure the people. Julian nearly kills Vladislav, yet Stu saves him by skewering Julian with a huge stick. In the disorder, the vampires get away from the ball with Stu and the camera group – yet experience Anton’s werewolves in the recreation center, going to change because of the full moon. One cameraman is eviscerated by a werewolf, and Stu becomes isolated from the vampires and cornered. The vampires keep Nick down, accepting the werewolves are excessively perilous, and they watch as Stu is violently battered. Trusting Stu to be dead, the vampires flee and lament for him.

Following a couple of days, Nick gets back to the level with Stu and Anton’s pack. Stu uncovers that he endure the assault and changed to a werewolf that evening, getting away from the nearby police – who put the demise of the cameraman on a neighborhood pet canine. With Stu’s asking, the pack is permitted to visit the level and accommodates with the vampires – and Nick’s expulsion is repealed. Viagra additionally chooses to reconnect with Katherine, whom he transforms into a vampire and revives his sentiment.

Scenes during the credits uncover that Vladislav has reunited with Pauline and Jackie has made her better half Terry her new natural. A post-credits scene shows Deacon endeavoring to entrance the crowd to fail to remember the occasions of the film.

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Official Trailer of What We Do in the Shadows

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Summary of What We Do in the Shadows-Cast

  • Taika Waititi as Viago
  • Jemaine Clement as Vladislav 
  • Jonathan Brugh as Deacon Brucke
  • Ben Fransham as Petyr
  • Cori Gonzalez-Macuer as Nick
  • Stu Rutherford as Stu
  • Jackie van Beek as Jackie
  • Rhys Darby as Anton
  • Ethel Robinson as Katherine Heimburg
  • Elena Stejko as Pauline
  • Jason Hoyte as Julian
  • Karen O’Leary as Officer O’Leary
  • Mike Minogue as Officer Minogue
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What We Do in the Shadows Age Rating and What We Do in the Shadows parents guide

Know about​ What We Do in the Shadows age rating and What We Do in the Shadows parental Guidance here. age rating in the UK, US, Canada, Ireland, Switzerland, and overseas is explained here.

13 in Argentina, M in Australia, 16 in Brazil, 12 in Germany, 16 in the Netherlands, R13 in New Zealand, NC16 in Singapore, 16 in Spain, 15 in Sweden, 12 in Switzerland, 15 in the United Kingdom, R in the United States

In fact, the age rating, fixed by MPAA( Motion Picture Association of America TV Series rating system),  BBFC (British Board of Film Classification), and Commons sense, TV Parental Guidelines (A television content rating system in the United States).

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