The estimated budget for The Purge was just $3 million, and worldwide it's raked in almost $80 million at the box office. Simply translated, that equates to a sequel, but is one already in the works? Read on for details.
This year's Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Studios is quickly becoming the must-attend event of the year, with previously announced attractions based on "The Walking Dead", Insidious, Cabin in the Woods and the Evil Dead remake.
The estimated budget for The Purge was just $3 million, and worldwide it's raked in almost $80 million so far. Will you add to its coffers when it hits Blu-ray/DVD/Digital on October 8th? Here are the release specs to tempt you.
What if one night everything, including murder, was legal? Sound a little bit like The Purge? Well it's supposed to because Jason Blum and his Blumhouse of Horrors are readying a haunted attraction that will make you Fear the Night.
Miss The Purge while it was in theatres? Want to bear witness for yourself just how wrong a great premise can go? Then YOU are in luck, my friend! The flick is hitting October 8th from Universal Home Entertainment and will be available in a DVD/Blu-ray/Digital Copy combo pack and on VOD.
We haven’t had a lot of free time lately, and that means you’re going to need a lot of free time to digest this nearly three-hour installment of Dinner for Fiends. If you think this episode is long, just wait until you hear how contentious it gets.
Monsters ruled the box office this weekend in a big way. The top spot belonged to the monsters of Monsters University, but nipping at their heels were the 3D PG-13 ant zombies of World War Z. How weird is it that on the small screen R-rated zombies garner huge ratings, but you have to make them bloodless PG-13 to find huge success on the big screen?
Who would dare challenge the Man of Steel? How about a raunchy R-rated meta-comedy about stoner actors dealing with the end of the world? This Is the End managed to hold its own against Superman even if it did make over $100 million less.
It's always a great day when the number one film at the box office is a horror flick. And last weekend The Purge laid the smack down on its box office competition. If you want more from this film, the original motion picture soundtrack is now available.
Opinions on The Purge may be greatly mixed, but audiences flocked in droves to see the futuristic home invasion flick this weekend, making it a surprise, overperforming #1, even making back ten times its budget and setting a new horror movie record in the process.
With The Purge opening up in theatres TODAY, we have a selection of video soundbites from the cast and crew. Read on to hear from Ethan Hawke, James DeMonaco, Lena Headey, and Jason Blum. Not enough? How about a behind-the-scenes video, too?
With Universal’s Blumhouse Productions horror/thriller The Purge opening wide in theatres this Friday, June 7th, we chatted with cast member Max Burkholder regarding his experiences while working on the film. Read on!
Press Conference Interviews: Ethan Hawke and Jason Blum Talk Violence in Movies and More for The Purge
From Blumhouse Productions and Platinum Dunes comes the home invasion thriller The Purge, which explores the idea of a society where once a year, for a 12-hour period, all criminal activity becomes legal.
With The Purge opening this Friday, word has come that a sequel is already in the works. So what do you guys think? Confidence, cart before the horse, or destined to go directly to home video? Read on for details on that and more.