The Purge: Infinite: 4K Ultra HD + Blu-Ray Review

We analyze in Cinemascomics the 4K Ultra HD + Blu-Ray of The Purge: Infinitein which we can enjoy the new installment of this saga that mixes terror with a satirical and sharp hyperbole of society.

At Cinemascomics we have analyzed the home edition in 4K Ultra HD + Blu-Ray of The Purge: Infinitethe new production of the factory blumhouseresponsible for such successes as Let Me Out, The Invisible Man and Happy Death Daywhich continues to give chilling joy to its followers, thanks to the producer Jason Blumconsidered “The Kevin Feige of horror movies”.

This film full of suspense, terror and a sharp social criticism through a hyperbole of what we could find ourselves in a not-so-crazy dystopian future, being the fifth installment of the franchise that began in 2013, is already on sale in stores on DVD, 4K Ultra HD and Blu-ray, in addition to be available for rent and digital sale. A pack is also available now, both on DVD and Blu-ray, with the entire franchise (five films, 2013-2021). The Universal Pictures film (2021), another of the production company’s terrifying contemporary horror thrillers (used to financing low-cost horror films that sweep the box office for their originality, contemporaneity and freshness), is distributed in physical format by Arvi Licensing in our country.

Synopsis: Not content with one night a year of free anarchy and unpunished murders, as established in the rules of ‘The Purge’, the members of an underground movement will decide to take control of the United States, launching an endless campaign of chaos and slaughter, without quarter or class distinction. In this way, no one will be safe anymore when the morning after ‘The Purge’ arrives, because a gang of masked assassins will attack a family of Texas ranchers and their workers, who will be forced to unite and fight back while the country sinks into chaos.

The film is directed by Everardo Gout (Luke Cage) and written by James DeMonaco, true creator of the saga, director of the first three installments and screenwriter and producer of the last two, and also creator of the series. The Purge: Infinite stars Ana de la Reguera (Cowboys & Aliens), Tenoch Huerta (Spectre), Leven Rambin (The Hunger Games), Josh Lucas (Le Mans ’66) and Will Patton (Halloween Night), among others. It is produced by Jason Blum, Michael Bay, Andrew Form, Brad Fuller, Sébastien K. Lemercier and James DeMonaco, while executive producers are Jeanette Volturno, Everardo Valerio Gout and Marcei A. Brown.

The Purge: Infinite It lasts approximately 99 minutes and is rated as not recommended for children under 18 years of age.

The film is shown in its basic 4K Ultra HD + Blu-Ray version with various extras, which we have reviewed for Cinemascomics readers. The 4K UHD+ Blu-Ray review is completely spoiler-free, in case you haven’t had a chance to see the movie yet and want to know what extras it contains.

Technical data:


  • Audio in English Dolby Atmos; Spanish, French and Italian Dolby Digital Plus 5.1.
  • Subtitles in English for the deaf, Spanish, French, Italian, Portuguese, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, Norwegian and Swedish.
  • HD movie, wide screen (1.85:1).


  • Audio in English Dolby Atmos; Spanish, Brazilian Portuguese, Latin American Spanish and Thai Dolby Digital Plus 5.1.
  • Subtitles in English for the deaf, Spanish, Brazilian Portuguese, Latin American Spanish, Portuguese, Cantonese, Complex Mandarin, Korean and Thai.
  • Movie in ultra high definition, wide screen (1.85:1).

Additional content:


Alternate start:

With the storyboard sequence.

Deleted scene.

Collapsing the System: After The Infinite Purge:

The actress Ana de la Reguera, who plays Adela, comments that everyone knows the Purge, but that the concept of infinity was novel and brutal; coinciding with this the actress Leven Ramblin, who plays Harper Tucker.

James DeMonaco and Eversrdo Gout’s approach is cool, interesting, unique and different, according to producer Jason Blum. The cast and producers add that this installment is more chilling, because it is the first to be set during the day, making the plot much more traumatic, terrifying and realistic.

They continue explaining how the filming went, recording scenes in English and Spanish with the actors, given that the main characters, Adela and Juan, are immigrants and bilingual. So, they wanted this story to be narrated by a Mexican director, where Everardo showed a lot of enthusiasm and contributed many ideas, according to Jason Blum.

The leading actress Ana de la Reguera points out that this film is scary but also action-oriented, which requires good physical shape and a lot of energy to shoot the sequences, recounting her experience in some of the most complicated and demanding scenes.

The fantastic and creepy wardrobe:

One reason costume designer Leah Butler loves the horror genre is that it allows for some really interesting outfits. And she had to take many factors into account for this installment, because it is the first to be shot during the day. She and the director decided to use an underlying theme that revolves around animals and knives. Alongside this, she states that she loves demon cowboy outfits, confessing that she had to fill the entire wardrobe with blood and dirt.

Lastly, we hope you enjoy shopping for The Purge: Infinite, now available to take home on DVD, Blu-ray and 4K Ultra HD + Blu-Ray, as well as for rent and digital sales; also having a pack with the five films that make up the saga, both on Blu-Ray and on DVD; and so you can see it as many times as you want, both in its original version and dubbed into Spanish.