“The Purge” is a horror/thriller franchise that explores a dystopian future where, for one night each year, all crime, including murder, is legal in the United States.

The franchise consists of multiple movies, including “The Purge” (2013), “The Purge: Anarchy” (2014), “The Purge: Election Year” (2016), “The First Purge” (2018), and “The Forever Purge” (2021).

Each film in the franchise focuses on different characters and storylines while examining the societal implications and moral dilemmas that arise during the annual Purge. The movies often delve into themes such as class inequality, government control, and the dark side of human nature.

“The Purge” franchise has garnered a mixed reception from both critics and audiences. While some viewers appreciate the thought-provoking concepts and intense action sequences, others criticize the execution and occasional reliance on familiar horror tropes. The franchise has also been praised for its social commentary and relevant themes, reflecting contemporary issues in society.

“This is a very good and unique movie! The actors were very good, this movie makes you feel the pain, the fear, the tension! Everyone who took part in Purge looked crazy and I loved that movie.” – The Nightmare

“The movie was well, let’s just say not recommended if that is you get mad at other people’s decision-making or hate stupid ‘horror’ movies. It definitely had a plot and definitely could have given everyone a lot more logic, like a ton of logic and decision-making skills.” – Ntlay B

Overall, the “Purge” movies offer a unique blend of horror and political commentary, aiming to provoke thought and discussions about the nature of humanity and the consequences of unchecked violence.

If you enjoy suspenseful thrillers with a dystopian twist, the “Purge” franchise may be worth exploring.