Jack Robinson👽’s review published on Letterboxd:
The annual purge is here again except this time after it’s finished a new group of white supremest get greedy and decide one night is not enough they want a forever purge that never ends (did America really not see this coming). I appreciate that each film tries to change it up and tackle new themes with this one a satire on America’s racism against Mexico and illegal immigrants crossing the border and the irony of Americans fleeing across the border to Mexico for refuge against a war ridden country.
This had all the fun violence we get out of these films but at this point I think the concept has been done to death. I don’t think there is anything new to tell the audience it’s the same political and racial themes and once you get to the purging of the film it’s the same thing in each sequel I can’t really see where else they can go from here an apocalyptic lawless America was already done in the film The Domestics which was already a low budget ripoff of the purge.