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Film Review: The Purge: Anarchy

For 12 hours, anything goes. James DeMonaco’s 2013 film The Purge was met with a mixed reaction from critics. I for one enjoyed it, not at least for its fantastic finale where essentially murder was on the cards because Ethan Hawke built an extension to his house. 442 more words

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168. the purge: anarchy (2014)

I think I was the only person who actually enjoyed last year’s The Purge. I found it to be a clever, tense and refreshingly simple high-concept B-movie throwback to John Carpenter’s heyday. 308 more words

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Movies in Review: "The Purge


Excuse me for my late posts, but I haven’t been able to make it into the theaters for a few weeks. I was gone, but hopefully not forgotten ;). 229 more words

Tanner Reviews The Purge: Anarchy (7/29/2014)

Now this is what I’m talking about! Last year I saw The Purge. A rather crappy home invasion movie with a really good concept of everything being legal for a twelve-hour period of time in which basically the only thing you can’t do is set off a nuke or kill political figures. 1,065 more words

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Review: The Purge: Anarchy

Last year one of the greatest home invasion movies of recent times dropped at the cinemas, only to be greeted with unjust indifference from the general public. 941 more words

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Review: The Purge: Anarchy

Almost a year after making waves as the “little horror film that could”, Blumhouse Productions’ surprise hit is once again upon us as writer/director James DeMonaco takes audiences onto the street during the annual legalisation of crime known as The Purge. 424 more words

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Purge 2

Aggh!!! I’ve been away forever! I’ve gotten lazy with what I’ve accomplished here (my very first, constant blog) :). Anyways…

Purge 2 was definitely better than the first one but still nothing spectacular. 191 more words

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