For Stanley Kubrick, red was a loaded color. The legendary director used vivid red details to add uneasiness to otherwise calm scenes, like the mother in a red jacket taking her son for a walk in The Shining. (What could possibly go wrong?) At other times, Kubrick flooded the screen with torrents of red: soldiers in Barry Lyndon, fire in Spartacus, or blood in Full Metal Jacket. In this (not safe for work, obviously) supercut, Rishi Kaneria highlights Kubrick’s use of the color red in seven of his films, also including 2001, A Clockwork Orange, and Eyes Wide Shut. Watching these scenes back-to-back is thrilling and unsettling — which is, after all, the point. If you need something to bring you down afterwards, check out Kanera’s delightful video deconstructing the use of color in Pixar films, below.