Few more weeks till we feel that spookiness that comes with Halloween celebrations. So, if you are planning to have some bonding over your screens, The Purge series could be your starting horror film. The Purge, from the title itself narrates a plot where Americans celebrate it as a legal means to kill anyone from the neighborhood for a 12-hour period. The film started in 2013 with The Purge as its initial sequel. Followed by The Purge: Anarchy where a certain government official lost his son from legalizing the Purge, The Purge: Election Year where a Senator has fallen into a deadly scheme that she is unaware of, and The First Purge where the usual purging that was done within America has transcended outside its territory. On this page, we're focusing on how you can watch The Purge movies in the correct order.
The Purge is the first installment in the franchise of the same name, released in 2013. James DeMonaco is the brilliant mind behind this dystopian horror film. He was the writer and the same time the director. The premise is that the American government holds an annual 12-hr period where all criminal acts are legal.
Following the first installment released in 2013, The Purge: Anarchy is another James DeMonaco movie lead by Frank Grillo and Carmen Ejogo. And since the American government has launched the 12-hour period where people can legally commit crimes, Leo has lost his son. This time he is going full force to avenge him but finds himself in an unexpected circumstance.
Directed by James DeMonaco, The Purge: Election Year is yet another installment film in the franchise. Following the death of the family members of Senator Charlie Roan, she finds herself trapped in a quagmire in Washing, D.C. where a deadly scheme is brewing for her. Will Leo Barnes, the head of her security team, be able to keep her safe and sound for the next few hours?
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