Universal has released the first trailer for the sequel to 2013's "The Purge." The new movie, entitled "The Purge: Anarchy" promises more purge-y goodness and, well, an evening of anarchy in general.

Rather than this movie putting its focus on a family inside a locked home, as happened in the original, at least a portion of the story here deals with a nice-looking couple having their car breakdown on the complete wrong day – the day of the annual purge. It really isn't ruining anything to tell you that masked people in search of inflicting a little mayhem are quickly on the heels of the unfortunate couple.
The trailer also, to interesting effect, drapes itself in a distorted version of Americana. It makes sense in terms of the world they're creating/expanding here, but we wonder what you make of it. Is there a larger comment being made about our country or is it purely for effect?
James DeMonaco is the writer and director of "The Purge: Anarchy," having also written and directed the original. If the trailer is any indication, you can certainly expect a whole lot of violence and potential terror when the sequel hits theaters in June.
"The Purge: Anarchy" hits theaters on June 20th. Are you excited to revisit the franchise and see what DeMonaco and company have in store this time out?


The many loves of Josh Lasser include movies, TV, James Bond, even his family. He has incorporated all of these into a career which has featured working on television shows for Martha Stewart and John McEnroe. He also has his NBC Page uniform still tucked away in a closet.