The Purge has become an almost annual tradition, much like its promotional material implies. As Saw used to be to the Halloween season, The Purge has started to mark its territory as the 4th of July. I wouldn’t be the least bit surprised if they still have sequels up their sleeves to continue into “milking it” territory, but for now I’m OK with the yearly installments because they are (somehow) managing to keep this fantasy world fresh with new ideas. By now I’m sure the majority of people reading this already know what The Purge is about. One night out of the year the future government declares all crime legal in an effort to reduce crime for the remaining 364 days. From the trailers of these films alone one could easily write this trilogy off as torture porn with no substance and I would understand, but if they actually took the time to watch any one Purge film they would find a much deeper societal/political dialogue hidden behind the blood.
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If you haven’t clicked the back button yet, WELCOME TO MY DEBUT REVIEW: Marvel’s The Avengers! It has taken me forever to finally get my ass in gear and actually write something. I will try to make this a weekly thing, if that’s okay with you. If you don’t like spoilers then you’re OK by me, but this review has some so do not read it if you don’t want to find out Snape kills Dumbledore. But, seriously, who has not seen this movie yet, gawd! Anyway, I have been fortunate to see The Avengers (in 3D) twice now in two very different settings. Continue reading →