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The Purge: Election Year review

By Paul Downey

One thing you can never accuse the creators of The Purge series of is complacency.

After a bumpy start with the original that focussed on a more home-invasion angle, this fully fledged franchise has now spread its wings and taken things right to the White House. 329 more words

The Purge: Anarchy (2014)

In the 2013 horror film The Purge, writer and director James DeMonaco unearthed a timely parable that explored American attitudes toward the homeless and disenfranchised. 510 more words


'The Purge: Election Year' Review

…or The Increasingly Poor Decisions of Senator Charlie Roan. 1,080 more words


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Grade (A-)

Mel Gibson proves he can still provide a range of emotions to a character in this intriguing crime-drama that holds your interest throughout… 701 more words

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TWIM Reviews: The Purge Election Year


Dir, Script. James DeMonaco

Cast: Frank Grillo, Elizabeth Mitchell, Mykelti Williamson

Plot: A senator rides high in the polls opposing the annual Purge. 1,036 more words


The Purge: Election Year: A Film Review.

I watched The Purge 3 yesterday. As horror films go, I will admit some parts made me jump or close my eyes, slowly melting into the back of my seat and against my friend’s shoulder. 371 more words


The Purge: Election Year

“The Purge is Halloween for adults!”

For me, The Purge is one of those surprising little films that defied a lot of expectations. Lumped in with a load of crap *cough*horror*cough* films, it was quite unfairly labelled as another cheap shocker designed by studios to maximise profit. 852 more words