Quentin Tarantino is to sound/music as Stanley Kubrick is to color. The supercut short film titled Kubrick In Color explores how the director masterfully utilized different shades and hues in order to intensify a scene's impact/message. Created by Marc Anthony Figueras, it was inspired by Rishi Kaneria's exploration of the color red in Kubrick movies. Figueras's efforts cover a broader spectrum of colors, from blue, red and green all the way to black and white.

If you fancy yourself a bit of a Kurbick afficianado, peep the supercut video below and see how many films of his you can identify (if you're inpatient, scroll down to see which were featured).

Clips taken from:

2001: A Space Odyssey
A Clockwork Orange
Barry Lyndon
The Shining
Full Metal Jacket
Eyes Wide Shut

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