Movie Trailer Mash-Up of the Decade

At midnight tonight, it will be the end of 2019, and we will usher in a whole new decade starting with 2020. So it’s only appropriate that after Sleepy Skunk delivered his 2019 Movie Trailer Mash-Up to remember the year in cinema, he reached back 10 years to remember movies as they unfolded from the beginning of 201o to the end of 2019. Watch the Movie Trailer Mash-Up of the Decade below, and look back at 10 years of glorious cinema! Read More »

2019 Movie Trailer Mash-Up

We’re one day closer to the end of 2019, and today that means we get another retrospective video looking back at the movies released this year. The first one out of the gate earlier this week was a solid movie trailer mash-up, but it was missing some key films that deserved to be represented. Thankfully, the reliable Sleepy Skunk has chimed in with his 2019 Movie Trailer Mash-Up, a tradition that he’s done almost every year for the past decade. And this year is chock full of great movies (and some bad ones too) spliced together in an epic montage of cinema. Watch! Read More »

2019 Movie Trailer Mash-Up

It’s getting close to the end of 2019, and that means we’ll soon be looking back at the year in cinema. We have our traditional year-end coverage and “Best of” lists in the pipeline (not to mention a celebration of the end of the decade), but in the meantime, some talented editors have started to bring tributes of their own to the films of 2019. First out of the gate is Moving Pictures 2019, a movie trailer mash-up featuring footage from Avengers: Endgame, Blinded by the Light, Jojo Rabbit, Doctor Sleep and everything in between. Read More »

Shazam Trailer Mash-Up

The Morning Watch is a recurring feature that highlights a handful of noteworthy videos from around the web. They could be video essays, fanmade productions, featurettes, short films, hilarious sketches, or just anything that has to do with our favorite movies and TV shows.

In this edition, see how Riley’s first day of school in Inside Out compares to the storyboards used to plan the scene. Plus, watch as Tom Hanks becomes Shazam! in a perfectly edited trailer mash-up with Big, and director JC Chandor breaks down a scene from his new Netflix action thriller Triple Frontier with Ben Affleck. Read More »

Jurassic Park Fyre Fraud Mash-Up

Right now you can watch two different documentaries about the disaster of an event called Fyre Festival. Netflix has Fyre, and Hulu made Fyre Fraud, and both give an extensive, laughable, and tragic look inside the work of notorious hustler Billy MacFarland and his failed upscale island. But this wasn’t the first highly publicized disaster that unfolded somewhere meant to be an incredible getaway destination.

Jurassic Park was going to be an unforgettable experience where crowds could get a look at real dinosaurs in front of their eyes. However, it turned out to be unforgettable for a much different reason when the park’s first visitors ended up in a nightmare worse than anyone could have anticipated. The new documentary Jurassic Fraud shows us what went wrong. Read More »

2018 Movie Trailer Mash-Up

We’re coming up on the end of the year, which means it’s time to start looking back at the year in cinema that was 2018. We’ve already taken a look at critic David Ehrlich wrapping up the year with a video countdown of what he deems to be the 25 Best Films of 2018, but now it’s time for something a little more accessible and entertaining.

For more than a few years now, we’ve featured the year-end movie wrap-ups of Sleepy Skunk, who is now a professional movie trailer editor in Hollywood. Thankfully, he’s back with his thoroughly entertaining and well-cut 2018 Movie Trailer Mash-Up, again with a kick-ass soundtrack to drive these movies home at the end of the year. Read More »

The Muppets A Star Is Born Trailer

If you’re seeing a lot of movies in theaters, then there’s a good chance that you’ve already watched the same trailer for A Star Is Born dozens of times by now. Either that or you’re starting to see two different shorter trailers before movies that play out like clips with mini trailers attached to them. No matter which you’ve seen, we promise that you haven’t seen the best version yet.

Some genius took the audio from A Star Is Born trailer, including Bradley Cooper‘s gruff voice and Lady Gaga‘s long notes, and set it to footage of Kermit the Frog and Miss Piggy from all of The Muppets movies over the years. It’s amazing how perfectly their relationship fits the vibe of the trailer for A Star Is Born, and now this is the only version of the movie we want. Read More »

Venom Trailer Mash-Up with The Mask

So far the footage for the upcoming Spider-Man spin-off Venom from Sony Pictures has left a lot to be desire. The movie feels unlike anything we’ve seen in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, which likely explains why it’s expressly not part of the successful, ongoing franchise of comic book movies featuring The Avengers. But maybe that’s because we’ve already seen this movie before.

A new trailer mash-up takes footage from The Mask, audio from Tom Hardy in the latest trailer for Venom, and clips from a bunch of other Jim Carrey movies to perfectly recreate the absurd comic book comedy starring Jim Carrey as a twisted, anti-hero comic book movie like Venom. It’s absolutely amazing, and it certainly doesn’t do Venom any favors. Read More »

Star Wars Timelines - Morning Watch

The Morning Watch is a recurring feature that highlights a handful of noteworthy videos from around the web. They could be video essays, fanmade productions, featurettes, short films, hilarious sketches, or just anything that has to do with our favorite movies and TV shows.

In this edition, a Star Wars video remix bridges the original trilogy with the prequels and the new trilogy in a very cool way. Plus, watch Dunkirk and Darkest Hour get mashed up into one epic historical drama, and see how the cast of Saturday Night Live rushes from Studio 8H to the Rockefeller Center ice rink. Read More »

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Final Cut 2017

Tonight brings the end of 2017, and it couldn’t come soon enough. This year has been a nightmare for a variety of reasons, whether it’s because of hurricanes, mass shootings, or the disaster that’s currently living in the White House. Thankfully, we got some relief from this year thanks to the movies.

Nick Bosworth, an editor for JoBlo, has created Final Cut 2017, an entertaining assembly of footage from hundreds of movies released over the past year. The movies all blend into each other with the perfect soundtrack fueling the edit, including the surprising prominence of John Denver’s “Take Me Home, Country Roads,” which was featured in several movies this year. This is the perfect way for cinephiles to finish 2017 and get ready for the new year. Read More »