Catch an Early Screening of THE PURGE in New York, Chicago, San Francisco, Atlanta, or Austin

     May 24, 2013


If you have any interest whatsoever in seeing the upcoming home-invasion thriller The Purge free and/or early, then this post may be of interest to you.  We here at Collider are giving away passes to an early screening of the Ethan Hawke-fronted film to some of our lucky readers in five cities.  For those unaware, the pic takes place in a world where the government keeps the peace by sanctioning an annual 12-hour period where everything—including murder—becomes legal.  During this madness, a family inside a gated community fights to survive without turning into monsters themselves.  The screenings are on June 3rd in New York City, Chicago, San Francisco, Atlanta, and Austin, so hit the jump to find out how you can get passes.

In order to obtain passes to the screening, click on this link and sign up.  These passes are first come, first serve so you need to act fast.  All screenings are on June 3rd at 7:30pm.

Here’s a list of the screening locations:

  • New York – City Angelika
  • Chicago – AMC RiverEast
  • San Francisco – AMC Van Ness
  • Atlanta – Landmark Midtown
  • Austin – Alamo Cineman Drafthouse Slaughter Lane



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