Yesterday marked the 13th anniversary of Stanley Kubrick's death. His passing left a void in the film world that has yet to be filled. In honor of the man and what he added to the tapestry of film and culture, we've decided to take a look at his full body of feature film work.

Check out the trailers to each of his films below to witness the growth of not just one director, but also modern film as we know it.

Killer's Kiss (1955)

The voice-over narrator isn't kidding when he refers to this film being as hard as the streets of New York. It doesn't get much harder than threatening to kill the woman who just criticized your personal odor. Times were much different before Giuliani.

The Killing (1956)

Granted, movie trailers have changed a great deal over the past fifty years. But was it always common practice back then to show character deaths and the movie's ending in the trailer? We only do that nowadays with The Final Destination films.

Paths of Glory (1957)

You can really see Kubrick's growth as a director and auteur by watching these trailers in sequence. For instance, with the Paths of Glory trailer, his framing is built more upon movement and more dynamic compositions. The invention of the Fisher dolly likely helped with this, as well.

Spartacus (1960)

A highly-regarded classic and Kubrick's biggest film at the time, Spartacus was also the inspiration for a Pepsi commercial.

Lolita (1962)

At first, this trailer portrays Lolita as a carefree comedy about getting deep in hot teen ass, but it quickly devolves into a much more sinister presentation.

Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb (1964)

This movie is the best. Skip the trailer and watch the film immediately.

2001: A Space Odyssey (1968)

Kubrick's first foray into hard sci-fi defined the look of all space adventures that would follow it. And it has a monkey in it too. In fact, there are multiple monkeys! R.I.P. Davy Jones.

A Clockwork Orange (1971)

A super tripped out teaser for an incredibly intense movie. Let's re-edit all trailers in this style, please. It would make Katherine Heigl films much more marketable.

Barry Lyndon (1975)

A classic! - Playboy Magazine

The Shining (1980)

The Shining remains one of the most haunting films in cinema history, and the trailer does an awesome job of introducing and building upon the suspense. Also, there are some awesome shots of a little boy freaking out.

Full Metal Jacket (1987)

The trailer for Full Metal Jacket takes the radical route of not highlighting anything from the film's amazing first half and chose to focus on the parts no one ever talks about.

Eyes Wide Shut (1999)

Never would have pegged Kubrick as a Chris Isaak fan. Hmmm.

Fear and Desire (1953)

Unfortunately, I couldn't access the trailer to Mr. Kubrick's first feature film, so in its stead I present the trailer for the 1985 basketball romp, Teen Wolf. I hope you enjoy it. It's about a wolf who finds out he is a teen.

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