Monday, October 24, 2011

What are the best horror anime series'/films?

I really am not a big fan of Halloween. Don't get me wrong, I love candy just as much as the next person. Now that I'm an adult, I can have candy whenever I want! That right there killed off a lot of my interest in Halloween. When you can pick up candy and not have to dress up for it, things certainly change.

With that said, I am a fan of horror features. Be it traditional movies or TV shows, anime or literature, I do like to get scared. The issue is, I never really do get horrified by this stuff. A lot of the content that Hollywood pumps out is nothing more than cheesy or gory. I can appreciate that stuff and laugh at it as well, but it's not going to make me jump out of my beard.

I was looking to turn to you guys to find out some of the scariest anime features out there. I know there's a handful of horror-related anime to pick up, whether it focuses on monsters, ghosts or what have you. Sadly, my knowledge in this area of anime is a bit lacking.

What is the scariest anime you've ever seen? Is there a horror anime that really makes you shiver every time you think about it? It's okay if it's a gore-fest anime as well. All is fair when you're in the month of October!


  1. When The Cicadas Cry Second Season, especially. One part in particular is one of the most disturbing parts I seen in any anime...

  2. What the guy above me said, except the original visual novel was far scarier.

  3. I want to watch Higurashi so bad but I know I'll just puke :<

  4. I'm talking about the orphanage part, always gives me chills. What's implied and also the screaming is just horrible to think about... :(

  5. To me the entirety of Higurashi was pretty scary, it always started off perfectly nice and then over time everything begins to go to hell.

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