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Submitted by TheCritic28 610d ago | opinion piece

Geek Binge's Biggest TV and Film Turkeys of 2012

Geek Binge: Sometimes, a film or TV show is so bad that it’s annoying. Sometimes, something that was meant to be good turns out to bomb spectacularly. And sometimes, we get pissed so much at these missed opportunities that we can’t help but go on crazy rants about them. And when ALL THREE of these things are fulfilled , you know you have a turkey on your hands. For those who have never head of the term before, a Turkey is basically something that annoys you to the point of rage. Who knows how the hell that term came to be; maybe some turkey slept with a dude’s wife or something. Whatever the case, 2012 was a big year for turkeys when it comes to TV and film and, with Turkey Day (a.k.a Thanksgiving) tomorrow, we thought it would be appropriate to break down some of the most memorable ones of the year. Be warned though…there will be blood. (Cinema, TV)

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