From Admission to World War Z, a lot of movies were released in 2013.
Luckily, with the end of the year fast approaching, it’s easier than ever to catch up on all the films you missed (and choose what movies to add to your Netflix queue).
First up is Sleepy Skunk’s massive supercut of every trailer that came out in 2013. The masterful feat of editing manages to cram every trailer into a clip just under seven minutes long. The full list of movies included in the mashup can be seen on Sleepy Skunk’s Tumblr. The soundtrack features tracks by Jay-Z , Swedish House Mafia and François Paul Aïche.
Over at Film.com, senior editor David Ehrlich has put together a beautifully edited mashup of his 25 favorite films of the year. This year, his annual (and spoiler-free) supercut includes such critic faves as 12 Years a Slave, Before Midnight, Nebraska, Inside Llewyn Davis, along with some surprising titles like Stoker, Pain and Gain and Spring Breakers. The sleek clip is accompanied by some of the year’s most memorable film music — a nice end-of-year treat for any cineaste.