This attraction will travel the country in anticipation of the Purge: Anarchy, Universal's upcoming suspense thriller.
Frank Grillo, Zach Gilford and Kiele Sanchez star in this horror-thriller set in a world where all crime is legal for 12 hours a year.
Frank Grillo and Michael K. Williams star in director James DeMonaco's follow-up to last year's low-budget hit The Purge.
Universal has released the first poster and three photos for this intense sequel, in theaters June 20. Celebrate an American tradition!
A 90-second teaser trailer will be released soon for this sequel to the smash 2013 horror hit.
Fans can sign up through the sequel's Facebook page by stating how they would survive The Purge. Plus, we have new details on the plot from Zach Gilford.
There are only 170 days left until his horror sequel hits theaters. Will you be ready for the latest Blumhouse Productions' thriller?
Zach Gilford and Kiele Sanchez have also boarded James DeMonaco's horror sequel. The film is set to hit theaters June 20, 2014.
James DeMonaco is writing and directing the horror sequel. Universal Pictures has already set a June 20, 2014 release date.
James DeMonaco is coming back to write and direct the follow-up. No cast members have been confirmed at this time.
Jason Blum is producing this follow-up through his Blumhouse Pictures company. The original earned $87 million worldwide from just a $3 million budget.
These all new scare zones will delight and terrify fans when the annual attraction opens on September 20th.
Jason Blum is returning to produce a follow-up to last weekend's box office winner, which took in $36.3 million.
Go behind-the-scenes of this hit thriller about one night out of the year when all crime is legal, now playing everywhere.
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Anything goes over a 12-hour period as all emergency services are suspended in this thriller from director James DeMonaco.
This warning reminds us that all emergency services will be suspended for a 12-hour period beginning June 7th.
Director James DeMonaco's thriller is set in a world where the government has allowed an annual 12-hour period where all criminal activity is legal.