No Such Thing As Monsters
NO SUCH THING AS MONSTERS is a horror film in which a young couple on a romantic weekend in the Australian bush are terrorised by a psychopathic family.
There are scenes of sexual violence when women tie a man to a bed and force themselves on to him. In one scene a man rapes a woman in a caravan, with the strongest detail occurring off screen.
When a family kidnaps and imprisons a couple, they pour hot water on to the man's body. They also lock the woman, who is claustrophobic, in to a wooden box where they urinate on her. When the family start turning on each other, it is implied a woman cuts a baby from a woman in labour, and a young woman attacks her brother using an axe.
The film features strong language ('f**k') as well as uses of 'bitch', 'hell' and 'damn'. There is strong threat throughout.