Get ready for another hard hitting season of America's number one bowhunting show Relentless Pursuit. Join in as Tim Wells releases episode after episode featuring incredible shots on everything from hogs to frogs. You'll see stars from the NFL like the Viking's Jared Allen, Boomer Grigsby, and Green Bay's Bill Schroeder. As a bonus Tim will be spear hunting some of the planets most elusive beasts. Who will get it first, man or beast? Watch Relentless Pursuit to find out whose next! You won't want to miss a single episode of "Relentless Pursuit"!
Runtime: 30 minutes
Relentless Pursuit - The Purge - Netflix
The Purge is a 2013 American dystopian horror film written and directed by James DeMonaco. The film stars Ethan Hawke, Lena Headey, Adelaide Kane, and Max Burkholder as a family held hostage during “The Purge”, a 12-hour time in which all crime is legal. The film grossed $89 million against a $3 million budget, becoming the lowest-budgeted film to finish first at the box office since 1988. It is the first installment in The Purge franchise with a sequel, titled Anarchy, released worldwide on July 18, 2014, to even greater financial and critical success. A third film, Election Year, was released July 1, 2016 while a prequel depicting the origins of the event, The First Purge, is scheduled to be released on July 4, 2018.
Relentless Pursuit - Plot - Netflix
In 2014, the New Founding Fathers of America, a totalitarian ultraconservative political party, are voted into office following an economic collapse. They pass a law that sanctions an annual national civic tradition called “The Purge”. For 12 hours each year all crime is legal, except the murder of politicians, and all emergency services (law enforcement and medical) are unavailable. Any citizen who knowingly breaks the rules of the Purge faces a summary execution by hanging. In 2022, James Sandin returns to his home in an affluent Los Angeles gated community to wait out the night with his wife Mary and their two children, 17-year-old Zoey and 14-year-old Charlie. The family is assured that the security system manufactured by James's company will keep them safe. While the family awaits the start of the purge, Zoey meets her boyfriend Henry, an older boy whom James dislikes due to his relentless pursuit of a relationship with Zoey. James enables the security system, and as the Purge begins, the family disperses in their home to go about their normal routines. Zoey returns to her room to unexpectedly find Henry, who quietly snuck back in before the security system was engaged, and says that he plans to confront her dad about their relationship. Meanwhile, Charlie watches the security monitors, and sees a wounded man calling for help. He temporarily disables the system to allow the man into the house. James races to re-engage the system and holds the man at gunpoint as Henry comes downstairs and pulls a gun on James. Henry fires at James and misses, but James fires back, mortally wounding and eventually killing Henry. During the chaos, the wounded man disappears and hides. Through the surveillance cameras at the front of the Sandins’ house, the family witness a gang of masked, heavily armed young adults arriving at the front lawn. After announcing that the subject of the night's purge that they are hunting escaped their captivity, The Leader politely warns them that failure to surrender the wounded man within a given time limit will result in the gang, later nicknamed by Mary ‘The Freaks’, breaking into their home and killing them all. Mary asks James if the security system will protect them, but James admits the system will not actually resist a planned and heavy assault. As their time passes, Mary and James decide to find the man and surrender him to ‘The Freaks’ counting down the time they have left outside. Charlie witnesses ‘The Freaks’ surrounding the house, through the surveillance cameras, as they taunt the family in the process of waiting for the family's time to be up. After capturing the wounded man, the Sandins realize they are no better than ‘The Freaks’. They decide to spare the man, and make the decision to defend themselves against ‘The Freaks’. With their deadline having passed, ‘The Freaks’ secure chains to the metal plating on the home's entrances and to a truck, forcefully disabling the security system. Defensively, James fights back with a shotgun, shooting and killing one of the ‘Freaks’ after they attempt to kill Charlie. Attempting to save his family, James kills several ‘Freaks’, before being mortally wounded by their Leader. Charlie views the surveillance cameras, and notices their neighbors leaving their homes. The neighbors ambush the gang members outside before killing them with pistols. Elsewhere, Mary is subdued by two ‘Freaks’, one of whom tickle tortures her before almost killing her, before the neighbors arrive and gun down the attackers. As The Leader prepares to kill the remaining Sandins, Zoey arrives and kills him with a headshot. Mary thanks their neighbors for their support, but one of them, Grace Ferrin, reveals their hatred for the Sandins due to the wealth acquired at their expense. They tie Mary, Charlie, and Zoey up with duct tape, pulling them out into the hallway to kill them. However, the man whom Charlie allowed into the house appears, shoots one of the neighbors and holds Grace hostage, forcing the neighbors to free the Sandins. He asks if Mary wishes to kill the neighbors, but Mary spares them, supposedly in return for saving the family from the gang, and chooses to have everybody wait until the purge is over. In the morning, just before the Purge is to end, Grace attempts to seize a shotgun from Mary, who injures her and angrily reminds of the end of violence in that hour. Once the sirens blare, Mary demands the neighbors to leave. She then thanks the man for his help, and he bids the Sandins good luck before leaving. During the credits, news reports are heard, which state that this year’s purge was the most successful to date. Other stations broadcast that the stock market is booming due to the massive sales of weapons and security systems. A man’s voice speaks of the loss of his patriotism after the death of his sons the night before.
Relentless Pursuit - References - Netflix