Promotes the idea of not thinking entirely of yourself, instead spending time thinking about others' feelings. Also advocates avoiding self-centered friends in favor of those who are kind and helpful.
Positive Role Models & Representations
Revolves around the idea of repeated violent death, but the slasher violence is tamer than in many other horror movies. Still, there's stabbing with knives/broken bottles, mostly offscreen, but some blood seen. Punching, hitting with blunt objects. Character falls from a height, with brief blood spatter. Main character has a dead mother. Car plows over character, with dead body briefly shown. Fighting. Some characters assume that a young man sexually assaulted a drunk young woman, but he didn't.
A college student is said to be having an affair with a married teacher (she calls it off). Kissing. Sex between teen college students is discussed/implied, but nothing is shown. A character prepares to masturbate to porn (two men shown kissing passionately on computer screen). Main character walks naked through quad, but no sensitive body parts shown. Innuendo.
One use of "f--k," plus one use of "p---y" and uses of "s--t," "bitch," "ass," "a--hole," "vagina," "d--khead," "whore," "douche bag," "tool," "hell," "balls."
Mention of Tylenol; Apple iPhone shown.
Ease of Play
Many spoken references to underage drinking ("you were so wasted last night"), but nothing shown. Teens hold drink cups at a party but don't actually drink out of them.