It is your emergency broadcast system that announces the beginning of the annual purge sanctioned by the US government. Class 4 and below weapons have been approved for use during cleaning. All other weapons are restricted. Rank 10 government officials have been granted immunity from the purge and should not be harmed. From the siren onwards, all crimes, including murder, are legal continuously for 12 hours. Police, fire and rescue services will be unavailable until tomorrow morning at 7 a.m., when the purge will end. Blessed are our new founding fathers and America, a born-again nation. Well, well. “The man who runs”. Admittedly, I haven`t seen this movie since I was a kid, but I remember being overwhelmed by it. Movies that were so wacky didn`t touch or scare me when I was a kid. Thank God, because I would have missed the greatness of the 80s like this movie.
Criminals are the ones who have to participate in the game to get a pardon, but the fact that there`s an audience watching all of this unfold qualifies the film as legal murder in my opinion, especially since innocent people can be enlisted just to make sure the show continues. I have to see this movie again soon. Maybe even tonight. This is the case of The Purge from the USA, based on the film franchise by Blumhouse Productions. The franchise features an alternate timeline set in a seemingly utopian and crime-free America in the near future. This presumed peace and prosperity is attributed to a radically conservative new political party, the New Founding Fathers of America (NFFA), which came to power in 2014 and began a tradition of a national event called Purge Night, or “The Purge.” According to this new tradition, a twelve-hour time limit is set each year for all crimes, including murder, to become legal. In reality, however, America has become a totalitarian dystopia, the apparent prosperity and security is nothing but propaganda, and the purge is not all it seems. What if, one night a year, all crimes were legal? Including murder. It is your emergency broadcast system that announces the beginning of the annual purge sanctioned by the US government.
From the siren onwards, all crimes, including murder, are legal continuously for 12 hours. Class 4 and below weapons have been approved for use during cleaning. All other weapons are restricted. Police, fire and ambulance services are not available until tomorrow morning at 7 a.m. And for the first time since its inception, no one has enjoyed special immunity from the purge. No citizen or group will be exempt. Blessed are our new founding fathers and America, a born-again nation. This movie likes to visit my lists often, and for many good reasons. This time, this is due to the fact that humans must be sacrificed so that the world is left alone by the ancient gods who rule the earth. It seems pretty intense until you see the movie and how silly it is, although I don`t know if the movie would have worked so well if the subject matter had been taken more seriously.
The people who implement all this don`t see themselves as bad people, in fact, they save millions of people by leaving only a handful of that number to die. In addition, how victims croak depends on what they “accidentally” choose for themselves. Without knowing it, of course. As sick as it sounds, the movie is actually a lot of fun! Well, like chips, I couldn`t just eat a zombie movie/show for this list, so I kind of picked the whole genre. Have you ever thought about that? In apocalypse movies, murder and crime are legal, similar to “The Purge” movies, but year-round. Exactly. Who cares about murder when there are undead who want to feast on your face and the flesh of the rest of your body? Zombie movies, rock you and maybe just be the ultimate kind of legal murder movies, in addition to “Battle Royale,” of course. Yayyyhhh!!!! In 2014, after an economic collapse and growing social unrest, a political organization called The New Founding Fathers of America (NFFA) was formed and elected. The organization established a new totalitarian government and a police state. In 2016, the NFFA developed a plan to stabilize American society, and later in 2017, the 28th Amendment to the U.S.
Constitution was ratified.   This amendment establishes a 12-hour event known as “The Purge” that would take place from 7 p.m. on March 21 to 7 a.m. on March 22, with all crimes becoming legal. Before the purge begins, the emergency broadcast system (the predecessor of the emergency alert system, which has inexplicably returned) is activated with rules and a prayer that says, “Blessed are our new founding fathers and America, a born-again nation,” before ending with “May God be with you all.” This is perhaps the best of all legal murder movies, simply because the humor in parts one and two doesn`t try to compensate for the violence. The humor in these films makes the events that happen sicker, in my opinion. Again, this is for population control, but this is a class of schoolchildren who have to fight until there is only one left. Chiaki Kuriyama from “Kill Bill” has one of my favorite murders in this movie with a brutal way to stop an attempted rape. I think we all like to have our genitals in place, but hey, if you decide to rape a woman like a sick fuck, expect a strong woman to do it. So this one has a clever twist, its bloody long sleeve. A group called “The Authority” has found a way to separate ordinary people from criminals.
“The Authority” broadcasts radio waves that incite criminals to commit suicide. Fortunately for us, in an extremely violent way. Well, “they are criminals,” you say, how can that be considered legal murder? Well, the fact that the corpses of criminals, or what`s left of them, are turned into food and served for consumption makes this movie firmly on that list, in my opinion. Every year on the 21st. In March, the NFFA-led U.S. government holds an event known as the Purge: an annual night of terror and chaos in which all crimes (including murders) are legal for 24 hours. The purpose of this event is not only to kill the poor and other politically hostile groups, but to allow America`s new founding fathers to maintain a totalitarian grip on the population. The series that everyone knew would be included in this list, the “The Purge” movies. In fact, I think the idea of these films is better than the films themselves. Hopefully the TV show will do more justice to the proposal, if you will. In “The Purge” movies, all crimes, including murder, are legal one day a year so people can purify themselves and release all that negative energy so they can be good little boys and girls the rest of the year. I`ve always thought, “What if someone with mental illness thinks the purge is day/night and random riots?” Would they be released because of their disability? I think I think I think about it too much.
Another legal murder in an office movie, “Mayhem,” is directed by horror fan Joe Lynch, who makes an appearance in that movie as a hacker near the end of the film. I really like this film. Steven Yeun from “The Walking Dead” fits perfectly into this film. If his nice guy character is used correctly, he fits well to a real horror story. In this film, murder is legal when a red-eyed anger virus infects people.