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Film Review - The First Purge


Writer/director James DeMonaco ran out of macabre ideas with 2016’s “The Purge: Election Year,” taking matters to their natural conclusion by serving up the same style of carnage as the previous two chapters, while somehow encouraging the worst acting the series has ever produced. With nowhere to go, DeMonaco now pulls a prequel out of his back pocket, which provides a chance to refresh a moldy premise for future sequels, keeping the low-budget mayhem going for another two years. “The First Purge” isn’t here to provide answers or even properly set up the cruel American order that’s established the free-for-all murder night. It’s simply DeMonaco making yet another terrible exploitation movie, only now he fully exposes TrumpWorld touches that were teased in the last installment, turning alleged subtext into finger-painting to fully pander to the target audience.  Read the rest at


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