The best way to enjoy The Purge films are to just see them as Xmas films where they replaced all of the Xmas shit with murder.
The original Purge film? That’s “Christmas With The Kranks”. The whole neighbourhood rallies against one family for being grinches. and not getting into the holiday spirit.
Purge: Anarchy is totally Jingle All The Way. You have some action hero type making his way all across the town through ridiculous circumstances just to do something in the holiday spirit for his son. Needless to say he learns a thing or to on the way. (Frank Grillo is Arnie so I guess that means Big Daddy is Sinbad)
I hope the next Xmas films they turn into Purge films are either Miracle on 34th Street or Elf.
The Italian Job (1969), dir. Peter Collinson
Damn, this day started good. New Hank Wood LP hit the streets of Nuke York. http://bluntsleazy.blogspot.com/2014/07/hank-wood-and-hammerheads-stay-home-lp.html
in school//fed up fest//7.26.2014
VHS of Ministry of Vengeance (Peter Maris, 1989)
Hard Skin @ The Grosvenor, 25/7/14
"This song goes out to Peter and the Test Tube Babies. This song is better than Banned From the Pubs."