The Purge: Anarchy will be hitting theaters in June, which means this sequel to The Purge will be completed a little more than a year after the first film surprised with a $34 Million opening weekend. Now there's a trailer for the film, and it promises more of the same.
There’s a whole lot of great stuff hitting DVD and Blu-ray this week with some of the summer’s biggest bombs and disappointments alongside some great classic movies and cult hits. If you skipped After Earth, now’s the time to catch up.
In what is likely to be a surprise to no one, Man of Steel was the number one film in America this weekend. That it did over $100 Million, and that it did so easily is also not all that surprising. It is the latest superhero movie. Still, this could have gone much, much worse.
There are two things to note about this weekend. Man of Steel can only disappoint, and This is the End can only come off well. But first, let me explain.
The Purge supposedly cost $3 Million to make, which -- by Hollywood math -- means the film was in profit sometime on Friday. The truth of profitability is likely to be far more complicated, but there is no way this isn't a gigantic win, and that the film is already setting up a sequel makes all the sense in the world. The Internship? Much...
Last weekend showed the start of a summer slump, which should end next Friday with the release of Man of Steel (which is already tracking to open over $100 Million dollars). This means it's a good weekend to release something like The Purge, which is a low budget, high concept horror film, and maybe it was a good idea to open The...
Nine years into the future, America has emerged from an unnamed and yet-to-happen calamity. It's reborn with a seemingly God-fearing public and almost no crime to speak of. Except for one night a year, with"The Purge," when it's open season on anyone not wealthy or strong enough to protect themselves. But look on the bright side: Unemployment is only at 1 percent!