MEXICO CITY (AP) — MEXICO CITY — In “The Forever Purge,” the bloodbath lasts more than 12 hours and takes place on the border between Mexico and the United States. Mexican director Everardo Gout uses the strengths of fellow countrymen actors Ana de la Reguera and Tenoch Huerta in the film now in theaters.
The first film in the horror saga created by James DeMonaco was 2013′s “The Purge.″ In this installment, De la Reguera plays Adela, who along with husband Juan (Huerta), tries to adapt as an immigrant recently arrived in the United States.
But when the time comes to fight the purge — an annual event where murders, rapes and all kinds of crimes are allowed— it . . .