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Next ‘The Purge’ Chapter Gets 2020 Release Date

  • The Wrap
Next ‘The Purge’ Chapter Gets 2020 Release Date
Universal Pictures, Blumhouse Productions and Platinum Dunes have set the untitled next ‘Purge’ chapter for July 10, 2020.

Following the success of 2019’s “The First Purge,” which became the highest-grossing film in the horror series, the franchise returns with creator James DeMonaco returning to pen the script. Jason Blum is producing alongside Man In A Tree duo DeMonaco and Sébastien K. Lemercier, and Platinum Dunes partners Michael Bay, Brad Fuller and Andrew Form.

The four “The Purge” movies, which started with 2013’s “The Purge,” have grossed $285 million collectively domestically. The films have starred actors like Ethan Hawke, Lena Headey, Marisa Tomei, Frank Grillo, Lakeith Stanfield and Michael K. Williams.

Also Read: 'The Purge' Is at Its Scariest, and Most Poignant, Addressing #MeToo

The Purge” films are based on a dystopian future where there is an annual 12-hour period where all forms of crime are legal — even murder.

There is also a “The Purge” TV series,
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Epic Pictures to launch Cannes sales on Telefilm Canada-backed horror 'The Ballad Of Audrey Earnshaw' (exclusive)

Epic Pictures to launch Cannes sales on Telefilm Canada-backed horror 'The Ballad Of Audrey Earnshaw' (exclusive)
Catherine Walker, newcomer Jessica Reynolds star in story of mother-daughter suspected of witchcraft.

Epic Pictures and Canadian producer Gianna Isabella of Gate 67 Films have completed principal photography on The Ballad Of Audrey Earnshaw, which Epic will launch to international buyers in Cannes next month.

Catherine Walker (A Dark Song), Sean McGinley (Braveheart), Jared Abrahamson (American Animals), Hannah Emily Anderson (Jigsaw), and newcomer Jessica Reynolds star in the tale of a young woman and her domineeting mother who live as pagans on the fringes of a Protestant settlement.

Hysteria and the increasing threat of violence mounts within the community when a
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The Top 20 Horror Movies Of 2018: New Nightmares To Old Legends (Part I)

Despite horror’s thematic binding to society’s most current fears – this a year of parental devastation and horrors inside family units – my twenty favorite genre titles from 2018 still revel in variety: arachnid puppets, Nazi experiments, zombie musicals alike. Such morbid creativity would stick out like a sore severed thumb any other year, but today? You could drown out aforementioned absurdity with Nicolas Cage’s descent into occult revenge madness alone.

As I said, it’s been a wild year for horror – a damn fine one at that.

My ranking comes after killing many darlings, given my final tally of 118 seen horror films this year. Dig deeper, past these listed twenty, and you’ll still find plenty of gold worth mining. The following treasures just shine a little brighter and demand more attention. Feature debuts, streaming darlings, mainstream nightmares, all the works. It’s time for another end of year horror countdown,
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December 4th Blu-ray & DVD Releases Include The Nun, All The Creatures Were Stirring, Elizabeth Harvest, Westworld Season 2

  • DailyDead
Happy December, readers! This month’s home media arrivals are kicking off in high fashion, as we not only have several holiday-themed horrors coming our way this week, but we also have several recent titles coming home to boot. If you’re looking to dabble in the dark side of Christmas, All the Creatures Were Stirring (coming to DVD ahead of its Blu-ray release in January), Slay Belles, Christmas Blood, Dead by Christmas, and Elves are all hitting various formats on Tuesday, and if you missed them in theaters, you can catch up with both The Nun and The Happytime Murders this week as well.

Fans can also look forward to revisiting season 2 of Westworld this week, and Scream Factory has teamed up with IFC Midnight for the release of Elizabeth Harvest and What Keeps You Alive on both Blu-ray and DVD. Other notable titles arriving on December 4th include Snowflake,
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The Purge: Season One Viewer Votes

Would you like to binge on the first season of The Purge TV show on USA Network? As we all know, the Nielsen ratings typically play a big role in determining whether the TV show The Purge is cancelled or renewed for season two. Unfortunately, most of us do not live in Nielsen households. Because many viewers feel frustration when their viewing habits and opinions aren't considered, we'd like to offer you the chance to rate all of the season one episodes of The Purge below.

A USA Network horror series, The Purge stars Gabriel Chavarria, Jessica Garza, Hannah Emily Anderson, Colin Woodell, Reed Diamond, Lili Simmons, William Baldwin, Lee Tergesen, Paulina Gálvez, Allison King, Fiona Dourif, and Amanda Warren. From creator James DeMonaco, and based on his feature film franchise, the drama unfolds in the United States, which is under totalitarian rule.
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The Purge: Season One Ratings

While some cable networks strike gold with hit TV series, usually cable shows just don't draw the same sort of audience the big broadcast networks do. Although USA Network originally ordered the new TV show, The Purge, the thriller is also going to be rerun at times on its sister-station Syfy. Will running it on two NBC-Universal owned networks help it draw a larger audience, or at least minimize the cost to one network, or will viewers just be confused? Will The Purge be cancelled or renewed for season two? Stay tuned. *Status update below.

A USA Network horror series, The Purge stars Gabriel Chavarria, Jessica Garza, Hannah Emily Anderson, Colin Woodell, Reed Diamond, Lili Simmons, William Baldwin, Lee Tergesen, Paulina Gálvez, Allison King, Fiona Dourif, and Amanda Warren. From creator James DeMonaco, and based on his feature film franchise, the drama unfolds in
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The Purge: Season Two Renewal for USA Drama Series

The Purge will continue! USA Network just announced they've renewed the TV show for a second season.

Part of the Purge film franchise, the horror drama centers on a 12-hour period during which all crimes, including murder, are legal. The cast includes Gabriel Chavarria, Jessica Garza, Hannah Emily Anderson, Colin Woodell, Reed Diamond, Lili Simmons, William Baldwin, Lee Tergesen, Paulina Gálvez, Allison King, Fiona Dourif, and Amanda Warren.

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The Purge Episode 8 Review: The Giving Time Is Here

The Purge proves once again that anti-gun zones fail to stop gun violence and being a pacifist won't save you when it's kill or be killed.

This The Purge review contains spoilers.

The Purge Episode 8

Like Penelope and Miguel, I am a Purge survivor. No, really! If you'll indulge me my inner Sophia Petrillo, picture it: Louisville, 2014.

It's a hot August day, when fliers start appearing on telephone poles around town. The leering face of the masked man from the original Purge film dominates the flier, which promises “Louisvilles The Purge” from 8:00 Pm until 6:30 Am. In hindsight, it seems silly, but at the time, it was taken seriously as a real threat. Five months earlier, a mob of 200 teenagers formed up at a major park on the city waterfront. The group rampaged up and down major streets, beating, robbing, and vandalizing property before the incident dispersed. Several people were hospitalized.
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The Purge: Cancelled or Renewed for Season Two on USA Network?

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Has this series been purged from the airwaves? Is The Purge TV show cancelled or renewed for a second season on USA Network? The television vulture is watching all the latest cancellation and renewal news, so this page is the place to track the status of The Purge, season two. Bookmark it, or subscribe for the latest updates. Remember, the television vulture is watching your shows. Are you?   

What's This TV Show About?

A USA Network horror series, The Purge stars Gabriel Chavarria, Jessica Garza, Hannah Emily Anderson, Colin Woodell, Reed Diamond, Lili Simmons, William Baldwin, Lee Tergesen, Paulina Gálvez, Allison King, Fiona Dourif, and Amanda Warren. From creator James DeMonaco, and based on his feature film franchise, the drama unfolds in the United States, which is under totalitarian rule. The story centers on a 12-hour period
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The Purge

Network: USA Network.

Episodes: Ongoing (hour).

Seasons: Ongoing.

TV show dates: September 4, 2018 — present.

Series status: Has not been cancelled.

Performers include: Gabriel Chavarria, Jessica Garza, Hannah Emily Anderson, Colin Woodell, Reed Diamond, Lili Simmons, William Baldwin, Lee Tergesen, Paulina Gálvez, Allison King, Fiona Dourif, and Amanda Warren.

TV show description:

From creator James DeMonaco, and based on his feature film franchise of the same name, The Purge TV show is horror series. The drama unfolds in the United States, which is under totalitarian rule. The series revolves around a 12-hour period during which all crimes, including murder, are legal.

The story follows several characters who live in a small city. A high-minded
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Fall TV Preview: The 30 Most Interesting New Shows of 2018

  • Indiewire
Fall TV Preview: The 30 Most Interesting New Shows of 2018
As the film world’s awards season heats up, audiences are already anticipating new projects starring Sean Penn, Emma Stone, Julia Roberts, Jim Carrey, Toni Collette, Michael Douglas, and Benicio del Toro.

Of course, all of those projects happen to be TV series, and they’re part of what’s shaping up to be perhaps the most ambitious fall TV season ever. A lot has been made of TV’s current reboot/remake/reunion culture, and that’s definitely a trend this fall. Some of the season’s most anticipated new shows include CBS’ return to “Murphy Brown,” and what ABC has in store for “The Conners,” the spin-off of “Roseanne” that comes thanks to Twitter.

The fall also includes several adaptations, including Netflix’s “Chilling Adventures of Sabrina,” Amazon’s TV take on the successful podcast “Homecoming,” starring Roberts (and from Sam Esmail), and AMC’s next limited series
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‘The Purge’ Boss Breaks Down Series Politics, Violence, and Flashbacks

  • Variety
The most recent “Purge” movie may have flashed back to show the origins of the frightening ritual, but the USA television series of the same name won’t be as political.

The New Founding Fathers of America (Nffa) are still a part of the show, most notably through the character of Albert Stanton (Reed Diamond), who is an architect of this new world order. But “for everybody else, it’s background noise,” says showrunner Thomas Kelly. “This is the world they live in.”

The show is set a decade after that first purge, and so the core characters have just gotten used to it as a part of their lives. The majority of them try to ignore it and go about their lives without giving into any “purge” urges.

“We all love to write villains, it’s fun, but for us the purge is the villain, so we really wanted
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Dark and Twisted Trailer For the Horror Film Await Further Instructions

We've got a trailer here's for a dark and twisted horror sci-fi thriller called Await Further Instructions that looks like it could be a fun and creepy movie. I'm not really familiar with anyone involved with the movie, but I like what I'm seeing in this first trailer.

"The story revolves around the Milgram family, who have gathered to celebrate Christmas, only to find a mysterious black substance has surrounded their house. Something monumental is clearly happening right outside their door, but what exactly – an industrial accident, a terrorist attack, nuclear war? Descending into terrified arguments, they turn on the television, desperate for any information. On screen, a message glows ominously: ‘Stay Indoors and Await Further Instructions...'"

The movie comes from director Johnny Kevorkian and it stars David Bradley, Neerja Naik, Hannah Emily Anderson (Jigsaw), David Bradley (Game of Thrones), Sam Gittins (The Smoke), Holly Weston (Howl), Kris Saddler
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Arrow Video Frightfest Review – What Keeps You Alive (2018)

What Keeps You Alive, 2018.

Directed by Colin Minihan.

Starring Brittany Allen, Hannah Emily Anderson, Martha MacIsaac, Joey Klein, and Charlotte Lindsay Marron.

Synopsis:

On the eve of their one-year wedding anniversary, Jules and Jackie become embroiled in a merciless fight for their lives when they find themselves pitted against the most unexpected of adversaries. As violence reigns down upon their idyllic forest getaway, the two women engage in a frenzied psychological and vicious battle that will test the very limits of their instinct to survive.

What Keeps You Alive is a plot driven film through and through. Therefore, to say too much about that aspect of it would do the film a disservice, as the less you know about the various twists and turns the story takes the better. However, just know that you will not see everything coming, and there will be at least a few turns along the way that truly surprise you.
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Frightfest 2018: ‘What Keeps You Alive’ Review: Dir. Colin Minihan (2018)

What Keeps You Alive review: A relationship turns nasty whilst on holiday in the latest team-up of Brittany Allen and director Colin Minihan.

What Keeps You Alive review by Kat Hughes.

What Keeps You Alive Review

It Stains the Sand Red was one of our favourite films at 2017’s Frightfest. The film directed by Colin Minihan starred rising genre star Brittany Allen (Jigsaw) as Molly, a young woman who finds herself stranded in the desert, relentlessly pursued by a zombie. Now the real-life actor / director couple return to Frightfest with latest project, What Keeps You Alive.

This time around Allen plays Jules, one half of a married couple whose anniversary turns sour. Set in an idyllic woodland area, Jules and Jackie arrive at Jackie’s old holiday home ready to celebrate their wedding anniversary in style. The happiness doesn’t last long however, and soon the women are at odds with one another,
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Interview: Writer/Director Colin Minihan and Co-Star Brittany Allen Discuss Unconventional Casting & Filming in Muskoka for What Keeps You Alive

What if you found out that the person you married isn't who you thought they were? Filmmaker Colin Minihan explores that harrowing question in his new movie, What Keeps You Alive, which follows a violent one-year anniversary between Jules (Brittany Allen) and Jackie (Hannah Emily Anderson).

With IFC Midnight releasing What Keeps You Alive in Us theaters and on VOD platforms beginning August 24th, Daily Dead recently caught up with Minihan and co-star Allen to discuss the unconventional casting process for the role of Jackie (which was originally intended to be a male character), filming near Allen's family's cottage, and the movie's exploration of how well you can really know the one you love the most.

Colin, because I know you wrote and directed this movie, where did you come up with the idea for this?

Colin Minihan: I've made three other movies that are all supernatural horror films. Grave Encounters is a ghost film,
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‘What Keeps You Alive’ Review: Lesbian Cat-and-Mouse Thriller Is a Brutal Tale of Betrayal

In the age of Tinder and Bumble, finding new love can be as simple as a single swipe. But sometimes the prospects of meeting a total stranger can lead down some dark paths only visible with time. That’s the central theme throughout “What Keeps You Alive,” a smart and timely thriller from director Colin Minihan.

The filmmaker reimagines old horror tropes — particularly one half of a couple turning on the another in a remote location — through a topical lens. “What Keeps You Alive” is a chilling look at the unraveling of a relationship, and what happens when inner demons come bubbling to the surface to turn betrayal into bloodshed, bolstered by superb performances and some truly shocking twists.

Married couple Jackie (Hannah Emily Anderson) and Jules (Brittany Allen) are celebrating their one year anniversary with a getaway at Jackie’s family cabin, tucked away in the middle of nowhere
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Second Opinion – What Keeps You Alive (2018)

What Keeps You Alive, 2018.

Directed by Colin Minihan.

Starring Hannah Emily Anderson, Brittany Allen, Martha MacIsaac and Joey Klein.

Synopsis:

Majestic mountains, a still lake and venomous betrayals engulf a female married couple attempting to celebrate their one-year anniversary.

Colin Minihan’s What Keeps You Alive is a beastly hybrid of survivalist and relationship thrills, savage like a wolf hungry for innocence. As characters equate themselves to crows, bald eagles, and mighty black bears, Minihan kindles a fire underfoot. One minute we’re warmed by anniversary bliss, the next a true crime scenario unfolds without prompt or warning. Performances are key – two leads pitted against one another at a cricket’s chirp – but what’s more impressive is the psycho-killer tension so close to snapping like a twig without ever doing so. It’s survival of the fittest with a premium on dread, as tension equates to fangs clamping down
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What Keeps You Alive Review

What begins by seemingly trading in an old horror trope – a shadowy, hooded figure lurks outside as a loving couple settle for a romantic break in a secluded cabin in the woods – soon veers off into another, altogether more satisfying direction in director Colin Minihan’s nifty little psychological thriller. Jackie and Jules are a female married couple celebrating their one-year anniversary in the aforementioned rustic property which belongs to Jackie’s family. The area holds many memories for her – some happy, one incredibly painful – but as the two kick back and relax in what is intended to be the first of many peaceful candle-lit evenings and afternoon hikes, it becomes apparent pretty soon that one half of the couple has other plans in store, which don’t exactly lean on the loving.

Heavy on mood and setting the film begins as something as a slow burn only to be
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"What Keeps You Alive" - Restricted Footage

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From RedBand.Ca, Sneak Peek restricted 'redband' footage from the new thriller "What Keeps You Alive", written and directed by Colin Minihan, starring Hannah Emily Anderson and Brittany Allen, now playing:

"...when two women celebrate an anniversary at a remote cabin, one of them discovers the other is not what she seems..."

Click the images to enlarge and Sneak Peek "What Keeps You Alive"...
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