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The Purge Creator James DeMonaco Made A Movie About The Glory Of Rocky III [Interview]

Rocky Balboa is a God in writer/director James DeMonaco’s new film “This is the Night.” The coming-of-age story focuses on a landmark event in (movie) history: the opening day of “Rocky III.” The kids, the parents, and everyone on Staten Island was ready for it. People leave the film inspired and ready to take on the world, […]

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Welcome To The Blumhouse Trailers: Four New Tales Of Terror Coming To Amazon

The House of Blum is horror honeycomb, its bees ever-grinding to produce sweet October harvests for the rest of us. Blumhouse, the production company behind “Paranormal Activity” and the “Purge” films, has its fingers in all mediums: they’ve got a publishing imprint (that teases a return of horror movie novelizations), a podcast network, they’ve even […]

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‘Hitman’s Wife’s Bodyguard’ Was Middling at the Box Office but It’s #1 on VOD

In a week that saw three theatrical releases debut on Premium VOD, “The Hitman’s Wife’s Bodyguard” (Lionsgate/$19.99) won the battle. The ensemble action comedy sequel took first place on all four charts we follow, despite competition from “The Forever Purge” (Universal/$19.99) and “The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It” (Warner Bros./$19.99).Meanwhile, “Black Widow” (Disney/$29.99) […]

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‘F9’ Keeps The Pedal To The Metal Over Fourth of July Weekend With $24 Million, Beating Out A Trio Of New Challengers

F9: The Fast Saga kept the pedal to the metal over the Fourth of July weekend and kept its pole position at the North American box office, outracing a trio of newcomers that included a sequel to The Boss Baby, the latest installment in the Purge franchise, and a buzzy indie based on an epic […]

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‘The Forever Purge’ Will “Set The Record Straight” About The Themes Of The Franchise As It Comes To An End

Unlike other hits to come from Blumhouse over the past decade, “The Purge” started as a simple, but clever horror franchise and morphed into a political satire that mixes over-the-top violence and imagery with a very serious message. And according to the director of the franchise’s finale, “The Forever Purge,” which arrives later this year, […]

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