Your dad is whispering something to your mom that's making her giggle and now you want to die. It's called Cringe MDB and all you have to is type in a movie title and it will tell you if it's safe to watch with parents, aka no sex scenes, or if you should stay far, far away from it.? Or you could stick to only PG movies but then you could miss out on some really great R movies that might bond you and your family for life.

Your six-year-old niece is crying because she saw the man's naked butt and it was "hairy and scary." Your grandma is awkwardly clearing her throat and clutching those pearls that she just got for Christmas. Well, thankfully, there's now a website that can help prevent anything like that again. Sure you could Google a movie to see if there's a sex scene, but then you run the risk of reading spoilers and that will just ruin the movie for you.

Websites movie sex scenes video

Obviously, everything that follows will be incredibly NSFW and contain some serious spoilers.

I don’t think I’ve ever laughed as hard in a horror movie as I did when I heard Travis Van Winkle tell Julianna Guill that her “tits were stupendous” and that she had “perfect nipple placement.” This is a ridiculous and fairly graphic sex scene!

Unfortunately, the scene (pictured above) isn’t on You Tube, but you can find it on Pornhub (shocker), so that gives you an idea of just how graphic it is.

Last one from this franchise, but while is still extremely graphic. Of course, this is nothing to the third act clitoris snipping and blood ejaculation.

Is there anything in this world more embarrassing than watching a movie with your parents – only for a spot of graphic sex to grace the screen?

Well maybe there is but it’s certainly up there in terms of cringe-worthy moments.

But fear not, for help is now at hand – in the shape of nifty little website Cringe MDB.

Because the sole purpose of this site is to advise you on whether a movie is safe to watch with your folks, based on its sexual and other graphic content.

Simply run a search on its massive database of films, to be given a Yes or No answer on the movie of your choice, together with reasons why it’s ideal viewing or why you might want to avoid it – and spare your blushes.