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What is it that frightens us so much? Is it the excitement, the rush, and the dread that draws people to eerie and terrifying stories? Is it the suspense, the mystery, or the horrifying realism that something like this could possibly happen that draws you in?
The human mind is the least upsetting and terrifying of all. When it comes to horror fiction, the human brain is always at the center of everything that transpires in the story, regardless of whether the characters are insane or monsters. Who would have guessed the characters’ messed-up situations or the gruesome, violent scenes? A human. That human maybe you or me, or anyone else with a creative mind. To summarise, we are the source of all evil. We construct psychologically terrifying settings because we enjoy the rush of danger.
‘The only reasonable reaction to an insane society is insanity,’ as Thomas Szasz famously said. But don’t get too excited… Let’s take a look at several anime series that include excellent horror stories that may be quite unsettling to watch.
Naku Koro ni Higurashi no (When They Cry)
There are a total of 26 episodes in this series.
Maebara Keiichi, a regular high school student, has recently transferred to a small rural village’s local school. He lives a quiet life and befriends a bunch of naïve and lovely schoolgirls. He becomes embroiled in a never-ending cycle of violence, dread, and death after a series of strange events occur in the enigmatic city of Hinamizawa.
When it comes to frightening content, this anime is an amazing masterwork. It may appear strange and uninteresting at first, but believe me when I say that the events that follow will forever traumatize you. I’ve watched a lot of anime, but nothing compares to Higurashi’s gore and violence. It made me cringe a lot, and I’ll never forget the intensity and vulgarity of some of the situations. The show’s female leads will undoubtedly give you nightmares.
There are a total of 26 episodes in this series.
A railway disaster took the lives of Kei Kurono and his childhood companion Katou. They awaken in a small room full of strangers and a massive black orb is known as GANTZ after they die. They are drawn into a game, or rather a talent test, in which they must kill aliens and robot creatures in order to survive.
GANTZ is a vicious opponent. It contains graphic gore, brutality, and even rape scenes that are not suitable for young children. The sexual content of this anime is disturbing. There are some graphic moments, and believe me when I say that nothing in this program is made in a mature or rational manner. GANTZ depicts the dark side of modern life through obscene situations that will make you question your own morality and values.
Experiments in Sequence Lain
There are thirteen episodes in this series.
Lain Iwakura, a shy fourteen-year-old, receives an email from her classmate Chisa, who committed herself lately. She is led into the Wired (what we now know as the internet) as she reads the email, where she encounters many enigmatic mysteries and happenings. As Lain begins to question her own identity and consciousness, the line between Wired and reality gets increasingly blurred.
The mindfuck of all time. I’m not sure how else to phrase it. Serial Experiments Lain is a show that thrives on perplexing its audience. It has a ‘experimental’ style that demonstrates that anime does not have to be violent to be spooky and disturbing. Serial Experiments Lain will undoubtedly get to you in sequences where everything appears to be dead, long stretches of quiet or nothing but noise, and loads of symbolic talks. It is a difficult show to follow because it is slow-paced, and it, in my opinion, requires multiple viewings to truly appreciate and appreciate its beauty.
There are a total of 12 episodes in this series.
Mononoke, or evil spirits, plagued houses in feudal Japan, leaving a trail of terror behind them. A guy is known as ‘Medicine Seller’ is on the lookout for these hostile spirits so that he might slaughter them with his special tactics and Exorcism Sword. To destroy the spirits, he must comprehend Mononoke’s Form, Truth, and Reason, which proves to be highly difficult and deadly.
The most gorgeous, surreal, and well-designed animation I’ve ever seen. Mononoke is a unique film that is also terrifying. The abstract imagery, strange Edo period ambiance, music, sound effects, and even the voice acting, along with the fact that everything is presented like a play (with sliding screens replacing curtains), is what truly makes it unnerving and disturbing.
However, before viewing Mononoke, you should watch Ayakashi – Japanese Classic Horror, which consists of three different stories, the third of which, Bake Neko, can serve as a brief prelude to the original Mononoke series.
There are six episodes in this series.
Rin is an immortal private eye. She’s eaten fruit from the Yggdrasil guardian tree, which renders her immortal, which comes in useful when she’s in peril. But there are drawbacks to immortality. Rin and her assistant Mimi have survived numerous assassination attempts throughout the years. When higher forces come after them, however, they must utilize all of their resources to avoid what may be their only and final death.
Mnemosyne is a mature-oriented anime. I mean a lot when I say a lot. It contains sex, nudity, and brutal torture, but despite the violence and sexual undertones, the content is never gratuitous. This isn’t your typical obnoxious fan service.