Okay, my daughter is neatly 9 now. She is fascinated by many of the titles of my dvd/blu ray collection. She loves scary stuff and is always bugging me to watch my movies. I started off by letting her watch some titles like Monster Squad, Jurassic Park and Night of the Creeps. She has been shown some Tom Savini behind the scenes stuff and understands make up and special effects and whats real and whats not. So, I let her progress a little. She watched Dawn of the Dead (1978) and she loved it. But said the blood looked fake and the colours was not right. Also thought the zombies were funny because they walked so slow. She also liked Dark Night of the Scarecrow and thought it had a really cool story. She now bugs me for Friday the 13th/Halloween/Texas Chainsaw etc. No way I'm letting her watch those for at least a few years. But, I remember when I was a kid renting those very same movies when I very young and watching them when I was also very young (the staff at the video store never cared about age). I have spent the best part of 30 years watching and loving horror movies (I'm 42 now). I'm just interested to hear opinions from other members here who are parents on what they think is acceptable and what is not. I think maybe I could let her watch Creepshow soon, she loves scary stuff and understands they are just movies. I draw the line at movies which contains sex scenes, animal cruelty or torture scenes. But, I know she loves the same movies I do ... and she will watch them all one day no doubt. Like I said, I'm curious to hear what people think is acceptable with regard to what movies they would let their kids watch and at what age. I'm not sure if a thread like this has existed before.