Child Graphic Content Warning: Inside The Horror Film That’s So Terrifying Has Been Banned In New Zealand

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Child Graphic Content Warning: Inside The Horror Film That’s So Terrifying Has Been Banned In New Zealand

A terrifying horror film has resurfaced on TikTok and has left fans so scared to sleep with even the film’s director warning fans to not ‘watch it at night’.

Megan is Missing was first released in 2011 and sparked concern over its graphic content. The film has even been banned in New Zealand as a result of the nature of the movie.

In the movie, two teenage best friends, Megan Stewart (Rachel Quinn) and Amy Herman (Amber Perkins), live happily in North Hollywood.

The 14-year-old girls are soon torn apart as Megan goes missing after talking and then meeting up with someone online.

Megan is Missing received backlash over its content and features a number of shocking scenes.

When deciding to ban the film Down Under in New Zealand, the Office of Film & Literature Classification said: “The DVD is classified as objectionable.

“The feature depicts sexual violence and sexual conduct involving young people to such an extent and degree, and in such a manner, that the availability of the publication is likely to be injurious to the public good.”

The director of the movie, Michael Goi, issued a statement on it after it went viral on TikTok.

He offered up a ‘warning’ for anybody choosing to watch the movie and gave his tips on how best to enjoy the feature.

Michael said: “I didn’t get to give you the customary warnings that I used to give people before they watched Megan Is Missing.

“They are: do not watch the movie in the middle of the night, do not watch the movie alone, and if you see the words ‘Photo Number one’ pop up on your screen, you have about four seconds to shut off the movie, if you’re already freaking out before you start seeing things that maybe you don’t want to see.”

Although marketed as a ‘true story’, this is not the case.

The film was allowed to be described in such a way as it was loosely based on interactions young girls may have with strangers online.

Responding to the film on TikTok after it went viral, one viewer said: “If you are easily triggered or under 18 please watch it during the day or with someone…or both.”

Another added: “I just watched it. I feel like I wanna cry now.”

As a third said: “Oml this traumatized me.”

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