7 horror/horror animes with complex history
Yes, horror/horror anime with complex history! It's not enough to scare you. That feeling of "dead end" invades, you really get stuck, watched episode The Crazy episode of History. The adrenaline proposed by the terror you spent watching the anime gives you the strength to continue watching, especially if it is marathon (12 EP. Is easy).
The Shibuya Institute of Psychic Research is an office directed by Shibuya Kazuya, or Naru, and studies paranormal cases. His job is to investigate scientifically and minutely psychic phenomena at the request of clients. One day, Taniyama Mai, a high school student, causes an accident and Lin, Naru's assistant, is hurt. From there, Mai starts working in the office as Naru's new assistant; Although he does not understand a bit with him. Ghosts, spirits, curses and mass exorcisms… In this authentic mix of horror and mystery, the members of the Institute and their newest helpers: The priestess Matsuzaki Ayako, the medium Hara Masako, Father John Brown and the monk Takigawa Houshou, will solve countless cases incredibly bizarre with much prayer and Very good humor.
There are 400 years, in a peasant village, that there is a ritual to give good harvest where in this ritual, a girl of seven years, must be sacrificed every seven years as an offering to the gods. Ai is chosen for the sacrifice, for being seven years old, and also for being considered a "monster" of the village, when a boy saw her return to life a butterfly that had died. But even though she was prepared to die, her parents trusted her cousin Sentaro to hide her so she wouldn't be buried alive. Six years pass, and Ai was 13 years old. The village goes through a disastrous period, where the harvest does not give profits, and suspicious, a group of people follow Sentaro when he was going to bring supplies to the girl, discovering then that Ai was alive this whole time. They blame her for the lack of food and condemn her, along with her parents, to be buried alive, as a pardon to the gods.
A millennium from now, in Japan, there is a utopia. The protagonist, Saki Watanabe, lives in an idyllic village barred from the outside world. Your world is governed by people who possess "the Power of the gods" of Psychokinesis. After finally obtaining his own powers, Saki enters the Zenjin Academy to train together with five other children: Satoru Asahina, Maria Akizuki, Mamoru Itou, Shun Aonuma and Reiko Amano.
Mima Kirigoe, a member of a group of pop called "CHAM!", decides to stop singing to pursue a career as an actress. Some of his fans are unhappy with this decision, particularly one called Me-Mania. As Mima progresses in her new career, people close to her are violently murdered one by one, and Mima begins to lose the ability to distinguish reality from fantasy.
Get ready to enter the world of fantasy and imagination, where reality and dreams turn into a succession of brilliant visual effects in this impressive animated film by acclaimed director Satoshi Kon. The center of the magical Fable is a revolutionary machine that allows scientists to access the brain and record dreams. Shortly after it was stolen, a fearless detective and an excellent therapist join forces to recover the device before it goes into the hands of a "dream terrorist".
The story focuses on the journey of a drug salesman who deals with countless spirits, or mononokes, during feudal Japan. In his fights against these hidden forces, the seller relies on a series of tools and his vast knowledge of the supernatural world. However, he needs to discover Mononoke's form, truth and repentance in order to unsheathe his sword of exorcism and eliminate it. Mononoke is a story totally permeated with symbolisms and characters of Japanese and Chinese mythologies, so it requires a lot of attention (and even research) to have a complete understanding of each episode. In addition, the theme addressed is more adult, bringing the problems of the time to narration from a supernatural perspective.
Dr. Kenzo Tenma is a renowned young brain surgeon descended from Japanese working in Europe. Highly praised by his peers as one of the great young minds who will revolutionize the field, he is blessed with a beautiful bridegroom and is on the verge of a great promotion in the hospital, he works. However, all this is about to change with a critical decision that Dr. Tenma faces one night to save the life of a child or mayor of the city. Despite being pressured by his superiors to perform surgery on the mayor, his morals force him to perform surgery on the child, saving his life and losing the mayor of. Everything from a sudden world of Dr. Tenma is turned upside down by his decision leading to the loss of everything he had previously. A physician is taught to believe that all life is equal, however, when a series of murders occur in the vicinity of Dr. Tenma, all evidence pointing to the child he saved, Tenma's beliefs is shaken. Naoki's monster Urasawa is a tale full of mystery, suspense and intrigue as Dr. Tenma travels to discover the true identity of the child. In turn, the fate of the world may depend on it.
Bonus: Junji Ito (manga)
Junji Ito's horror manga collection. These manga are the definition of terror, and even being short stories are well crafted in plot, each with its peculiarity. Recently released the anime, but go for me, start with the manga, give value to this artwork made in the smallest detail.
Yes, horror/horror anime with complex history, in the smallest detail
Many people believe that terror is only related to fright. It goes far beyond, it is terrorizing with the unknown, it is literature discrepant to reality. Artistic and literary forms that cause fear reach the weak point of the human being, the fear of the unknown. At the same time with feeling of repulse accompanies the feeling of worship. It's fascinating, it's like a religion.
Note: Some of these anime may look like they are not horror/horror. But all technically possess this genre, just pay attention to the details of each.
Watch to understand this "terror"