Purple may not be a common color in horror, but when it does make an appearance, it’s hard to ignore. Find out what it means when you see purple in horror.
The Meaning of Blue in Horror
From the spooky ultramarines of midnight chases to the supernatural azures of possession scenes, blue follows horror everywhere. But what does it mean?
The Meaning of Green in Horror
Both cool and warm, natural and unnatural, life and death, green is unlike any other color. From sick rooms to existentially vast forests, here’s how horror uses the color green.
The Meaning of Yellow in Horror
From The Yellow Wallpaper to that trope of kids in horror wearing the same yellow raincoat, yellow follows horror wherever it goes. Here’s why.
The Meaning of Orange in Horror
From Halloween and Day of the Dead to ritualistic fire scenes in cult horror, the color orange has a unique role in the horror community. Learn more.
The Meaning of Red in Horror
From Edgar Allan Poe to Belgian cannibal horror Raw, red has a unique role in horror. Read more to see what it is.
The Meaning of Color in Horror
Color is all around us, ascribed a primal meaning that preexists rational thought. Here’s an overview of how horror uses color, from blood red to organ pink.
WandaVision is My Favorite Horror from 2021… so far
Find out how WandaVison offers some of the most interesting horror in 2021, from the uncanny to suburban horror (despite not being a horror show)
The Symbolism of Mushrooms
Fungus: neither plant nor animal. A little of both, a little of neither. What do they mean and how can you use them (as symbols in your writin… this isn’t a recipe)?
Anonymity in the City: Crime, Spiritual Vacancy and the Loss of Selfhood in Less Than Zero and American Psycho
The American metropolis is the zenith of capitalist aspiration, but the price to reach the top is high, more spiritual than financial. Find out how Brett Easton Ellis explores this.