America sucks. I know it, you know it, and most importantly, horror films know it.
Even before I began making a living by creating them, I always stuck around to watch the end credits of a movie if possible; not only is there an increasing chance that there will be an extra sce
The Purge imagines an America nine years in the future, where on one night a year, all crime is legal.
he Purge is (yes, another) "home invasion" thriller that earns a lot of points for introducing a few novel ingredients into a potentially stale concept.
In the world of THE PURGE, the annual act is sold as both catharsis and entertainment (as a live Purge feed reveals during a stark opening credits).
The opening title sequence for The Purge promises a much larger scope than what eventually hits the screen.