Initially using one of the annual Purges to try and get revenge for his son, Leo Barnes defends a group of innocent people trapped outside and eventually becomes the head of security for anti-Purge presidential candidate Charlie Roan.
The Purge is coming to the small screen as USA is debuting a 10 episode series set in the universe of the Blumhouse horror franchise in September.
Starring a returning Frank Grillo, The Purge: Election Year maintains the schlocky, B-movie action tone of The Purge: Anarchy, even if isn’t quite as good as that entry in the series.
It’s time again for the only awards that matter, the 9th Annual Kick Ass Awards. Who will be crowned Ass Kicker of the Year and what is the Kick Ass Movie of the year? Read on to find out.
Get the first half of the final season of Mad Men this week along with the excellent and insane Snowpiercer, the complete Pee Wee’s Playhouse and much more.
Scarlett Johansson managed to defeat The Rock in action battle this past weekend as Lucy took the top spot with around $44 million.
This week on the pre-Comic Con episode of the Everything Actioncast, Zach, Chris and Joe talk about new trailers like Grizzly and Annabelle, spoilers for history, Wahlbergers, Power Rangers, the future world of The Purge and much more.
With an actual budget, a change of location and a shift in genre to B action, The Purge: Anarchy is a huge step up from the original.
Dawn of the Planet of the Apes remained on top for another week with The Purge: Anarchy being a decent second while Sex Tape and Planes: Fire & Rescue both had mediocre openings.
An eclectic mix of movies out this weekend with the sequels to The Purge and Planes and raunchy new rom-com, Sex Tape, but only The Purge: Anarchy is close to being “fresh” on Rotten Tomatoes.