The only thing trailers love to use more than the "Inception" BRAAAAHM! is a moody, slowed-down cover of a popular song.

"Suicide Squad" is the latest trailer to take advantage of this trend, with its version of the Bee Gees' "I Started a Joke." Here are 13 more movie previews that make good use of great covers.

1. "Creep" in "The Social Network" (2010)

Arguably the trailer that started this trend, this preview uses a children's choir cover of Radiohead's song perfectly -- making us want to buy ALL the tickets to see the Facebook movie.

2. "Happy Together" in "The Great Gatsby" (2013)

Remember FILTER? Lots of drives to high school were scored to this band, but Baz Luhrmann may have found an even better use for their vocal stylings in this kinda badass trailer for his 2013 film.

3. "Once Upon a Dream" in "Maleficent" (2014)

Covering a song from "Sleeping Beauty" in your movie based on that film's villain? Well played, Disney.

4. "Sweet Child of Mine" in "The Last House On the Left" (2009)

The only thing creepier than this violent-as-sh*t movie is the Guns 'N Roses cover used in the trailer.

5. "Smells Like Teen Spirit" in "The Gallows" (2015)

The chorus from Nirvana's classic plus found-footage horror equals *rocks back and forth, trembling

6. "Black Hole Sun" in "A Walk Among the Tombstones" (2014)

Who knew that the "incomparable Liam Neesons" and a cool Soundgarden cover would go so well together?!

7. "Crazy in Love" in "Fifty Shades of Grey" (2015)

Pretty sure we can all agree that the only good things to come out of this movie were The Weeknd and this Beyonce-certified cover of her hit.

8. "California Dreamin'" in "San Andreas" (2015)

We'd watch The Rock fight an earthquake with or without this great tune.

9. "Diamonds" in "The Perfect Guy" (2015)

It's a Sophie's Choice between this cover by Josef Salvat or the Rhianna original.

10."Crazy" in "Birdman" (2014)

This Best Picture winner did Gnarls Barkley's song proud.

11."Everybody Wants to Rule the World" in "Dracula Untold" (2014)
20 years after HBO's "Dennis Miller Live" used the Tears for Fears classic in their opening titles, Dracula Begins over here took a page from their playbook and covered it for the trailer.

12. "Addicted to Love" in "Endless Love" (2014)

Somehow, the cover of this Robert Palmer classic makes this feel like an ad for "Creepy: The Movie."

13. "I've Got No Strings" in "Avengers: Age of Ultron" (2015)

You tell 'em, James Spader.