Are you ready for anarchy? Teaser trailer for ‘The Purge 2: Anarchy’ arrives to fix some problems


The teaser trailer for James DeMonaco’s sequel, The Purge 2: Anarchy, has finally dropped, and it would seem that the issues many complained about in the first film have been addressed.

Many fans, myself included, complained that The Purge missed a trick by confining such an interesting idea to just one house. I felt that so much more could have been achieved with the idea had it been on a bigger scale, and once you watch the teaser trailer for the sequel, you will see that The Purge 2: Anarchy does just that, takes things bigger!

The trailer shows the Purge happening, but not just in one house, but outside on the streets, and thankfully the night when all crime is made legal, will spill out onto the streets. This will leave the story open for all sorts of mayhem and violence, and hopefully we could have a sequel on our hands here that is better than the original.

The Purge 2: Anarchy is written and directed by James DeMonaco, with Jason Blum producing for Blumhouse once again. The cast includes Frank Grillo, Michael K. Williams, Zach Gilford, Carmen Ejogo, Jasper Cole, Zoe Borde, Chad Morgan and Kiele Sanchez.

The Purge 2: Anarchy arrives in US cinemas on June 20th.


The New Founders of America invite you to celebrate your annual right to Purge in THE PURGE: ANARCHY. Returning alongside writer/director/producer James DeMonaco to produce the sequel to 2013’s sleeper hit are Blumhouse Productions’ Jason Blum (Paranormal Activity and Insidious series), alongside Sébastien K. Lemercier (Assault on Precinct 13, Four Lovers) and Platinum Dunes partners Michael Bay (Pain & Gain, Transformers franchise), Brad Fuller (The Amityville Horror, A Nightmare on Elm Street) and Andrew Form (The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Friday the 13th).








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A keen enthusiast and collector of all horror and extreme films. I can be picky as i like quality in my horror. This doesn't necessarily mean it has to be a classic, but as long as it has something to impress me then i'm a fan. I watch films by the rule that if it doesn't bring out some kind of emotive response then it aint worth watching.

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