Orphan: first murder is in theaters and Paramount+ on August 19, where will you be watching? Need to know what the rating of the movie is before watching it? Here’s what we know what to expect from the Orphan: first murder film.
There are many reasons why moviegoers search for ratings before watching a movie, especially horror movies. Maybe the viewer only enjoys light horror or can’t stand the sight of blood and gore, it’s good to know what you’re getting into before watching. There are also families who like to watch horror movies together, but they can reach the limit at PG-13. That said, let’s examine Orphan: first murderNote.
Why is the movie Orphan: First Kill rated R?
According to Rotten Tomatoes, Orphan: first murder is rated R for bloody violence, language, and brief sexual content. If one of them is a trigger for you, I suggest you skip it.
On the bright side, the film is in theaters as well as streaming on Paramount+ (starting August 19), so you have the option of watching at home where you might feel more comfortable and can turn off the screen if you need to.
The film stars Isabelle Fuhrman, Rossif Sutherland, Julia Stiles, Hiro Kanagawa and others. Orphan: first murder is a prequel to the movie Orphan. Audiences will learn where “Esther” comes from and her original story. And, as the film’s title teases, we’ll see his first kill.
The big question is, does the R rating make you change your mind about the movie? Do you watch it at the cinema or on Paramount+?