Much in the way DJ Earworm produces his yearly "United State of Pop" mashup, one industrious YouTube user has brought us a supercut of every movie trailer released in 2013.
Going back to January's "Texas Chainsaw 3D" all the way up to "The Wolf of Wall Street," which doesn't hit theaters until Dec. 25, the clip offers a tour of the year in film. Set to Jay Z's "Brooklyn Go Hard," Swedish House Mafia's "Save The World" and a cue from François Paul Aïche, the seven-minute mashup melds the year's gritty dramas ("12 Years a Slave," "42," "Captain Phillips") with the grandiosity of blow-up violence ("Pacific Rim," "Olympus Has Fallen") and the merriment of lightweight humor ("Despicable Me 2," "The Heat"). Watch the full mashup below, and head over to The Sleepy Skunk's Tumblr to see the full list of trailers used.
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