The final story of the Purge series, Forever Purge, is set for release on July 2, 2021, after about a year delay due to several uncertainties surrounding the global pandemic.
The Purge is a horror-action film that depicts the story of blood-thirsty maniacs who orchestrate killings to purge and reduce the population. It’s a day in the year where there is no law, and everything is allowed for about 12 hours. I imagine there are supporters of the concept who would be glad to have a day to take vengeance on their sworn enemies.
From 2013 till date, there have been several Purge movies. In the first of the series, we saw an innocent family get caught in the crosshairs of an attempt to murder one man who happened to take refuge in their home. Further down the years, subsequent sequels depicted the same violence happening throughout the city that we saw confined to one house in the first movie.
In 2016, The Purge: Election Year was released, revealing a darker and more psychopathic side to the purge — A mother was asked by a purger to pick one member of her family of four, including herself, to be spared, leaving her daughter to watch as the entire family was slaughtered when she was chosen as the one who should survive.
The survivor later went on to seek political power, hoping to end the purge through legislation. In the end, the purge was outlawed, and it seemed that would put an end to it, but not quite.
The first Purge movie was originally an experimental process restricted to an island. People were promised a huge sum of money as an incentive for staying on the island throughout this 12-hour experiment.
The experiment ended up being hijacked by greed, hatred, and a political need to eliminate the poorer population. The full details of the experiment were hidden, then an announcement was made in the end that it was a success, ready to begin nationwide.
Forever Purge, a sequel to Election Year, sees a lingering purge culture even after being outlawed. A Mexican family tries to escape from drug lords after them, but the drug cartel is not their only problem. Several thugs who seek to continue the purge culture pose a great risk to the family, and they have to fight for their survival.
Based in Texas, the story sees its casts Ana de la Reguera, Tenoch Huerta, Josh Lucas, Will Patton, Leven Rambin, and Cassidy Freeman battle for their lives with no end in sight. This is the final part of the Purge series, and it seems to end on the ironic note that the purge continues.