The Purge is back on USA Network for Season 2, and the first teaser explores the lives of citizens after the annual Purge.
A targeted release date for the fifth -- and possibly last -- film in The Purge series has been announced by Universal Studios.
USA Network has renewed The Purge for a second season ahead of its first season finale tonight.
James DeMonaco, creator of the popular horror-thriller franchise, The Purge, reveals he has pitched the final film in the series.
USA's show based on the hit franchise is solid, but it relies too much on the obvious rather than taking advantage of television's unique qualities.
Just in time for The First Purge, the original Purge Trilogy gets the Honest Trailer treatment.
Some critics have begun the purge early, taking aim at the franchise prequel The First Purge in the initial wave of movie reviews.
The annual Purge will commence this September when the television series premieres on USA network.
Franchise creator James DeMonaco will return to write the film, but he won't direct.
Franchise writer/director James DeMonaco says the dystopian horror franchise could be coming to the small screen soon.
Frank Grillo (Marvel Studios' Crossbones ) once again has "The Purge" franchise in his sights, as he's reportedly on board for the third film.
James DeMonaco, who wrote and directed the first two films, will scare up a third for Universal, Platinum Dunes and Blumhouse.
Writer-director James DeMonaco opens up the world of The Purge with a sequel starring Frank Grillo and Michael K. Williams.
The Purge sequel, now called The Purge: Anarchy, promises more violence with a new weapon-filled poster and a trailer that expands on the original's scope.
Actor Frank Grillo, who plays Brock "Crossbones" Rumlow in Captain America: The Winter Soldier, will star in the sequel to The Purge.
Following a $34.1 million opening weekend for The Purge, Universal Pictures and producer Jason Blum have announced they've already moved a sequel into development.
Paranormal Activity producer Jason Blum delves into the mythology, and the meaning, of The Purge, which turns social commentary into a scary, violent thriller – and vice versa.
A would-be meditation on America's culture of violence gets bashed into numbing superficiality in The Purge, writer-director James DeMonaco's intriguing but half-baked home-invasion thriller.
Ethan Hawke, star of the new thriller The Purge, discusses the prospect of making a violent film that somehow manages to dissect America’s preoccupation with violence.