After @AlanSmithee made it clear that my Summer 2013 movies thread was dogshit, I decided to do another seasonal movie thread for Fall 2013 (September to December). I figure doing it with every four months would make more sense than combining December with January and February. Anyhoo..............here's what we have to look forward to as far as big (and some smaller) releases. Spoiler SEPTEMBER Riddick- September 6 The Family- September 13 Insidious: Chapter 2- September 13 Blue Caprice- September 13 Battle of the Year in 3D- September 20 Prisoners- September 20 Rush- September 20 Baggage Claim- September 27 Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2- September 27 Don Jon- September 27 Metallica- Through The Never- September 27 OCTOBER Gravity- October 4 Runner Runner- October 4 Parkland- October 4 Captain Philips- October 11 Machete Kills- October 11 The Fifth Estate- October 11 Carrie- October 18 Escape Plan- October 18 Twelve Years a Slave- October 18 All is Lost- October 18 The Counselor- October 25 Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa- October 25 Blue is the Warmest Color- October 25 NOVEMBER Ender's Game- November 1 Free Birds- November 1 Last Vegas- November 1 About Time- November 1 Dallas Buyers Club- November 1 Thor: The Dark World- November 8 The Best Man Holiday- November 15 The Book Thief- November 15 The Wold of Wall Street- November 15 Delivery Man- November 22 The Hunger Games: Catching Fire- November 22 Black Nativity- November 27 Frozen- November 27 Homefront- November 27 Oldboy- November 27 DECEMBER Out of the Furnace- December 6 Inside Llewyn Davis- December 6 The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug- December 13 Tyler Perry's A Madea Christmas- December 13 American Hustle- December 13 Saving Mr. Banks- December 13 Anchorman: The Legend Continues- December 20 The Monuments Men- December 20 Walking with Dinosaurs- December 20 Her- December 20 47 Ronin- December 25 Grudge Match- December 25 Jack Ryan- December 25 The Secret Life of Walter Mitty- December 25 The Zero Theorem should also be coming out in these months. Later, I'll go through what I'm planning and also come up with another failed list of Top 5 movies later. However, I will say Hunger Games 2 will be the biggest movie of this season. As for Summer (which was just May to July), my initial thoughts were Man of Steel Star Trek Into Darkness Iron Man 3 Lone Ranger The Hangover Part III The Top 10 movies of the summer were... Iron Man 3 ($408) Desp. Me 2 ($355) Man of Steel ($290) Monsters University ($264) Fast and Furious 6 ($238) Star Trek Into Darkness ($228) World War Z ($200) The Heat ($157) The Great Gatsby ($144) The Conjuring ($134) The Hangover III was #14 with $112 million and was just beaten by We're The Millers this week.