Donald Trump's presidential campaign committee is still trying to trademark a phrase from "The Purge." Yes, this is real.
“The Purge” understands, as “1984” doesn’t, that oppression is unevenly distributed.
HUD secretary sets the scene for potential "lawlessness and anarchy."
That hat sure looks familiar.
"Executive Time for everyone."
Because of course.
Yes, you have heard the phrase “Keep America Great” before.
"But conventional wisdom says I come from a family of immigrants basically, so that's not really the trajectory," he adds
The big question is: why this kind of film, and why now? My guess is that it has something to do with the way young people
In the 2014 film, "Kingsman, The Secret Service", an interesting James Bond like film, a young man (played by Taron Egerton
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Helicopters patrolling the intersection of Pennsylvania and North told media members to go home or face arrest around 10
For the majority of unarmed black folks who everyday fear for their lives, despite them doing nothing wrong, my advice to you is stop leaving the house unarmed. Arm yourself with knowledge of the system, civics and politics
The makers of The Purge series had two chances to get it right. Over at Cannibal Milkshake, we've decided to help them out.
The Purge had interesting ideas but ultimately failed as the horror film it was marketed as. But with Anarchy, the pretense of being a horror movie seems to have been abandoned, leaving something pretty unique: a political allegory dystopian action thriller that slyly attacks conservative ideology.