Come and see The Purge: Anarchy with us early and for free!

News Den Of Geek 20 Jun 2014 - 11:24

Next week in London, we've got a very special preview of The Purge: Anarchy planned. And here's how you can get tickets...

Arriving in cinemas on Friday 25th July in the UK is the impressive sequel to last year's The Purge, entitled The Purge: Anarchy. Returning alongside writer/director/producer James DeMonaco to produce the next chapter of the thriller are Blumhouse Productions’ Jason Blum (Paranormal Activity, Insidious series), alongside Sébastien K. Lemercier (Assault On Precinct 13, Four Lovers) and the team at Platinum Dunes partners.

The Purge: Anarchy stars Frank Grillo and Michael K Williams, and we're putting on a special preview screening of the film - one month ahead of its UK cinema release!

So then: details.

The screening is taking place in London, around the Oxford Street area, on Wednesday June 25th. It's 6.30 for 7. There will be a short mystery segment at the start, and then the film in full.

We don't charge for these screenings, but please do not treat this as a competition. Please apply for a seat only if you can use it. We have a limited number of seats for this special event, and we want to make sure they're used.

If we've not managed to put you off, then need to head to Twitter to apply for a seat. Send a Tweet that reads:

Please can I have a seat for The Purge: Anarchy @denofgeek @UniversalUK #PurgeGeek

We will start getting in touch with people on Monday to allocate seats - so make sure you check your Twitter direct messages! Note that you need to be following us, or we can't get in touch.

Hope to see you there!

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"Free" is not enticing enough. Maybe if they offered cash I might tolerate 2 hours of this misery.

Is this one actually going to be good and not be a huge waste of opportunity? When you have a premise as good as all laws are suspended for a night, you don't turn it into a shitty slasher film. So much they could have done.

We're not allowed to post our review of the film yet. I would just say that we turn down the chance to put on these screenings if we're not keen on the film involved.

Think lots of people might be surprised by Anarchy, tbh.

If I lived in London still I would jump at the chance to enter this. I liked the premise of the first I just thought the execution was a bit ho hum. But a free movie is a free movie. When are you going to do some Australian-centric stuff Den of Geek? You have a US writer get one for all your geek followers down under!!

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