What Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that 11-11-11 is a cheap horror movie meant to cash in on the supposedly auspicious date of Nov. 11, 2011, though it's so bad and boring that it's unlikely to make much impact. The scares are fairly mild overall, with only a few ghosts and ghouls (looking like people dressed in Halloween gear). Guns are pulled, and a character is shot in a dream sequence. Some minor characters die. Language is infrequent but includes one use of "s--t." Characters drink from time to time after tense situations, and the main character pops prescription pills whenever he gets upset.
- Families can talk about the movie's violence and scares. How did they make you feel? Was any of it shocking? How do production values impact the effect of a movie's scary scenes?
- Does the movie play on real-life fears, or is it pure fantasy?