By Anthony Breznican
Updated May 06, 2014 at 12:00 PM EDT

Do awards shows for advertising have “for your consideration” ads for their ads?

While your brain ponders that Russian nesting doll of a question, let’s take a look at the contenders for this year’s Golden Trailer Awards, the top honor for those clips that make you say, “Man, I’ve got to see that.”

The 15th annual competition doesn’t honor the best movie, just the most alluring promo. And it has a somewhat dubious special award known as the “Golden Fleece,” which honors the best trailer for the worst film.

The commercial for All Cheerleaders Die, featured above, is up in the “Trashiest” category.

Here is a sample of this year’s other competitors:

Golden Fleece

After Earth — “Payoff Trailer”, Columbia Pictures, Create Advertising Group

The Fifth Estate — “The Future”, DreamWorks, In Sync Advertising

Homefront — “House”, Open Road, Buddha Jones

OldBoy — “Mystery Redband Trailer”, FilmDistrict, Ignition

Paranoia — “Trailer”, Relativity Media, The Refinery AV

Best Action

Brick Mansions — “Clash”, Relativity Media, Ignition

Captain America: The Winter Soldier — “Fear”, Disney, Trailer Park

Edge of Tomorrow — “Believe Again”, Warner Bros., Wild Card

The Hunger Games: Catching Fire — “World Event”, Lionsgate, Trailer Park

Star Trek Into Darkness — “Illusion”, Paramount Pictures, TRANSIT

Best Animation/Family

Frozen — “Forces First Ped”, Disney, Trailer Park

How To Train Your Dragon 2 — “Master”, 20th Century Fox, Aspect Ratio

The Lego Movie — “The Special”, Warner Bros., TRANSIT

Muppets: Most Wanted — “The Switch”, Disney, Buddha Jones

Rio 2 — “Survive”, 20th Century Fox, Wild Card

Best Comedy

22 Jump Street — “Redband Trailer”, Columbia Pictures, Vibe Creative

Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues — Paramount Pictures, Industry Creative

Bad Words – “Red Band Trailer 1”, Focus Features, Mark Woollen & Associates

A Million Ways To Die in the West — “Trailer 6 Red Band”, Universal Pictures, Workshop Creative

Neighbors — “Trailer 4”, Universal Pictures, Workshop Creative

Best Drama

American Hustle — “Trailer”, Columbia, FotoKem-Creative

Lee Daniels’ The Butler — “Trailer”, The Weinstein Company, AV Squad

Lone Survivor — “Trailer 1”, Universal Pictures, Wild Card

Rush — “Trailer 1”, Universal, Mark Woollen & Associates

The Wolf of Wall Street — “Become”, Paramount Pictures, Buddha Jones

Best Fantasy Adventure

300: Rise of an Empire — “Vengence”, Warner Bros., Mob Scene

The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug — “Corruption Cutdown”, Warner Bros., Trailer Park

The Hunger Games: Catching Fire — “Trailer 2B”, Lionsgate, CARVE

Maleficent — “Dream”, Disney, Open Road Entertainment

Star Trek Into Darkness — “Destiny Trailer 3”, Paramount Pictures, AV Squad

Best Horror

The Conjuring — “Case”, Warner Bros., Buddha Jones

Deliver Us From Evil — Screen Gems, Seismic Productions

Oculous — “Past/Present”, Relativity Media, mOcean

Open Grave — “Domestic”, Tribeca Film, Picture Production Company

The Quiet Ones — Lionsgate, AV Squad

Best Romance

Before Midnight — “Domestic Trailer”, Sony Pictures Classics, The Grossmyth Company

Enough Said — “Should I Stay”, Fox Searchlight, Empire Design

The Fault in Our Stars — “A Good Life/Story”, 20th Century Fox, Motive Creative

Her — “It’s Real”, Warner Bros., Motive Creative

Labor Day — “Three Days”, Paramount Pictures, Acme Trailer Company

The Don LaFontane Award for Best Voice Over

Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues — “New Decade”, Paramount Pictures, Trailer Park

Don Jon — “Trailer 1”, Relativity Media, Mark Woollen & Associates

The Heat — “Can You Dig It?”, 20th Century Fox, Big Picture

Knights of Badassdom — eOne Entertainment, AV Squad

Nebraska — “Trailer 1”, Paramount Pictures, Mark Woollen & Assoctiates

Most Original Trailer

Don Jon — Relativity Media, Mark Woollen & Associtates

Gravity — “Detached”, Warner Bros., mOcean

The Secret Life of Walter Mitty — “Go/Cloud”, 20th Century Fox, TRANSIT

This is the End — “April Fools Trailer”, Columbia Pictures, Vibe Creative Inc.

Transcendence — “It’s Me”, Warner Bros., Buddha Jones

Best Summer 2014 Blockbuster Trailer

The Amazing Spider-Man 2 — “Payoff Trailer”, Sony Pictures, Create Advertising Group

Godzilla — “Ravaged/Event”, Warner Bros., Trailer Park

Edge of Tomorrow — “Converge Trailer”, Warner Bros., AV Squad

Transformers: Age of Extinction — “Teaser Trailer”, Paramount Pictures, Industry Creative

X-Men: Days of Future Past — “Remember”, 20th Century Fox, Mob Scene

Trashiest Trailer

All Cheerleaders Die — Moderncine, Wheelhouse Creative

Bad Milo! — Magnet Releasing, Jump Cut Creative

Buck Wild — Millennium Entertainment, Jump Cut Creative

Manborg — MPI, Zealot Productions Inc.

Nurse 3D — Lionsgate, AV Squad

For the full list of nominees, go to: