Turn The Right Corner’s Top 10 Worst Movies of 2013

Top 10 Worst Movies of 2013 TTRC

As we look back at 2013, all in all it was a pretty darn good year at the cinemas. While there were a handful of disappointing movies that we can forgive over time, none of them could stoop as low as the wretched filth on the following list. These are the bottom of the barrel; the worst of the worst. If you see any of these movies you will need to hire Lacuna to erase the memory of them from your mind. But we must celebrate these terrible films because without them it makes it harder to appreciate the ones we love. Check out the top 10 worst movies of 2013 after the break.

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Now Available To Own: The Wolverine, Drinking Buddies, The Smurfs 2, and More

Now Available To Own: The Wolverine, Drinking Buddies, The Smurfs 2, and More

Empty your wallets and check your bank accounts, it’s time to see what’s Now Available To Own for the week of December 3, 2013. Each week we run down new releases in movies, television series, and video games that you can enjoy in the comfort of your own home. Not only that, we provide insights on some of the best deals on the Internets to keep your credit card from crying. On shelves this week, you can find titles such as The Wolverine, Drinking Buddies, The Smurfs 2, and more. Check out the complete list of new releases after the jump. Continue reading

Box Office Aftermath: James Wan Scores a Hat-Trick with ‘Insidious: Chapter 2’

Box Office Aftermath  James Wan 'Insidious Chapter 2'

Rounding out the weekend of September 13-15, 2013, Insidious: Chapter 2 dominated over the competition, leaving the box office battlefield victorious. Box Office Aftermath is an ongoing column dedicated to recapping the weekend’s total ticket sales. Each week, combatants enter the cinematic war zone, bloodthirsty for your cash. But there can only be one true winner. In Box Office Aftermath, we will take a look at the numbers, how previous contenders fared, and provide a brief analysis of the results. Continue reading

Comic-Con 2013: Friday Panel Schedule

Comic-Con 2013 Friday Panel Schedule

Things are heating up on the second day of Comic-Con 2013. With Sony Pictures and Screen Gems taking the lead with movie presentations, along with a big appearance by Metallica, SDCC has only getting started. You can also expect panels panels from The Walking Dead, Game of Thrones, Assassin’s Creed 4, Adventure Time, Falling Skies, and more. Check out the full schedule of panels for Friday, July 19 after the break. Continue reading

The 2013 Summer Movie Preview

2013 Summer Movie Preview

Although June 21st is the first official day of summer, Hollywood sees differently. Because there are not enough days in the year to pack all of the explosive, sexy, fast-paced blockbusters in just one season, May has been championed as the unofficial beginnings of summer. We’ve seen some spectacular summer movie seasons before and we have had our stinkers. Starting with Iron Man 3, this summer promises to be one of the best in quite some time – I have a husband’s bulge just thinking about it. After the break, get a full taste of the movies you’ll be seeing in a theater near you this summer. Continue reading

WonderCon 2013: Saturday Schedule

WonderCon 2013 Anaheim Saturday Schedule

Day 2 of WonderCon goes bigger with panels on Evil Dead, Pacific Rim, and This is the End. There’s a great panel on horror movie music, which includes discussion from composer Tyler Bates. Capcom is also hosting their own panel to talk about Remember Me, Lost Planet 3, Resident Evil: Revelations, Darkstalkers Resurrection, and more. And a fun 20th anniversary panel for the loveable Animaniacs will be in full force. See the complete schedule of panels and events for Saturday at WonderCon 2013 after the break. Continue reading

The Undesirables: The Most Unwanted Movies of 2013

Most Unwanted Movies of 2013

Sure there are many worthwhile movies releasing in 2013, a lot of great horror movies too, but not all of them are winners. Aside from a money making rationale, is there any reasonable explanation as to why terrible films have to be made? Do studios not realize this when they are writing the checks? From unwarranted sequels to long since expired action heroes, after the break, take a look at some of the movies you should avoid this year. Continue reading