The movie subtly tackles teen sex as a theme, painting it as less magical, mysterious, and transformative than it may seem. But what it actually does say is open for interpretation; no clear messages as to what teens should -- or shouldn't -- do. Teens do attempt to work together to solve problems.
Dead body, with one leg twisted and bent forward. Characters die. A teen boy knocks out a teen girl with chloroform-soaked cloth. She wakes, tied to a wheelchair. Teens shoot a gun to try to kill the monster. Characters are accidentally hit. Blood is shown. Blood billowing in the water of a swimming pool. Car crash. Girl with broken arm. Very frightening images.
The monster sometimes appears as women with naked breasts exposed or as a naked man (full frontal, from a distance). Teens must have sex in order to stop the monster. A teen girl (the main character) has sex with three different partners. The monster appears to be having sex with a victim. Teens kiss. (Fake) porn magazines (Playpen) are shown. Prostitutes are shown.
At least one use of "f--k," plus a few uses of "s--t"/"bulls--t."
Drinking, Drugs & Smoking
Two teens smoke pot. Teens are seen carrying a six pack of beer to a "date" by a lake, but they're not shown drinking. A teen girl checks out a bottle of prescription pills but doesn't take any.