The First Purge is the fourth film in a series that surprisingly continues to be a box office buster.
It’s made apparent with Last Key that this series has overstayed its welcome and become more about quantity than quality.
There are a couple of blockbuster hits from my #10 to #1, and there are some smaller films that really challenged me as a critic.
These next films are good enough for many people’s top 10, however I found them to be held back by one too many factors.
These next slew of films aren’t horrible, but they never quite made the most lasting impression on my young soul.
I watched ’em, I wrote about most of ’em, and here I have ranked ’em. Lets begin with the bottom of the barrel up to my 30th ranked film.
Happy Death Day would’ve been a halfway decent film if it stuck to a shlocky hack-and-slash film. The direction and unsuccessful scares keeps this horror film in the “skip” category.