• Moderate
  • A man has a parasite removed from his eye; it looks like a huge worm.
  • There is a "kapa"; Japanese water demon; shown in a bathtub. It has a flat, moss covered head, and is quite ugly. It's also quite randomly placed into the story, so its appearance is surprising
  • A woman is pulled into a wall and parts of a snake can be seen coming out and wrapping around her.
  • Two people either kill, or suggest that they killed, their own sibling (one death is shown; an infant drowns).
  • There is a creepy "freakshow" put on, which comes out of the blue and leaves just as abruptly. A woman is caged, and forced to transform into a snake. No one is smiling, the entire thing is dark (literally the lighting is darker), and it has, as does most of the film, an unsettling edge to it.
  • A woman is killed; she appears prone and pale on the floor. Moments before, she was hugging and comforting someone. In the same scene, a different, young woman is grabbed from behind by a man reaching through a wall, who previously unseen by the audience
  • Right at the start of the film, there is an escape scene with Grindelwald. He has a small spiky lizard-like animal who attacks several people in a magically flying stagecoach. The stagecoach fills up with water, killing some of the men inside. One of the two survivors is then thrown from the coach, falling a very long distance, to be stopped abruptly before hitting the ocean water. He is then let of go again, to fall into the water.
  • A character's tongue is removed from his body.
  • At the end of the film, Grindelwald burns all his enemies alive, including Leta LeStrange and many of the Ministry Aurors.
  • Queenie's decision to join Grindelwald may shock and upset some viewers.