When it comes to the horror genre, gore and blood are nearly always a part of the package during Halloween. This list of nasty anime has bloodbaths and horrific deaths since it was carefully chosen to focus on massacres and violence. You’ve been warned that some images may contain spoilers. That’s all there is to say about the top ten blood-spattered anime to watch this Halloween.
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10. Angels of Death
Based on the popular video game series of the same name, Angels of Death is an anime adaptation of the same name. When Rachel, 13, wakes up in the basement of an abandoned building with numerous floors accessed via an outdated elevator, she finds herself in a predicament. Eventually, she comes across Zack, a man dressed in bandages wielding what looks like a scythe or sickle after a brief exploration of the basement floor. They work together to figure out how they ended up in the creepy building in the first place. This anime is not recommended for those who are easily frightened. There isn’t a lot of blood or gore in this film, but there are enough scenes of death and injury to earn it a spot on our Halloween must-see list.
9. Made in Abyss
Initially, this anime appears to be a happy-go-lucky, fantasy action-adventure series with tiny kids as the heroes. A crater-sized hole (dubbed “the Abyss”) that many explorers venture into and never emerge from deepens the tension in the show’s plot.
Riko, a young girl, has been without a mother for a long time. A mechanical boy named Reg greets her as she makes her way closer and closer to the Abyss’ entrance. Riko and Reg begin their perilous journey to discover Riko’s mother in the Abyss, which is riddled with strange threats. Many gruesome and brutal moments in Made in Abyss may make you reconsider your plans to visit the Amazon Rainforest and other dangerous natural environments.
8. Deadman Wonderland
On this list, Deadman Wonderland marks the beginning of the chaotic gore-fest anime. Ganta Igarashi, a high school student, is imprisoned in “Deadman Wonderland,” a prison amusement park. With his life in jeopardy, Ganta must play and survive the deadly games of the prison to both free himself and find out who put him up. Even though the number of individuals cut, diced, and impaled in this anime is staggering, the show presents a compelling mystery and suspense that will keep viewers on the edge of their seats and gasping for air until the very end of the series.
7. Inuyashiki: Last Hero
Every viewer should be aware of the following: This is a fantastic, but strange, anime that defies preconceptions and prejudices in every way possible. Inuyashiki: Last Hero’s protagonist, Ichirou Inuyashiki, is a 58-year-old family man who is experiencing a mid-life crisis. The middle-aged guy is struck by a mysterious bright light from space, which transforms him into some kind of mechanized weapon, allowing him to fly with jetpacks that emerge from his back (you heard that right).
Everyone else in the group also gained special abilities, of course. Similar treatment was meted out to yet another unusual young man, however this one is even more deranged. This anime has a disturbing gore level of seven because the villain performs terrible assassinations and atrocities, some for their own delight.
6. Attack on Titan
The Eren Jaeger Tik Tok craze is a testament to the success of Attack on Titan, which has made its way into the vernacular. In addition to being a meme factory, it is well-known for its iconic horrific deaths and for the large number of humanity that were eaten in half by the enormous Titans. When Eren Jaeger and his friends witness his mother being devoured by a Titan, they join the military to rid the world of the creatures.
There are numerous heart-stopping and blood-curdling moments to be found in the twists and turns of the plot and the wriggling victims before they are chomped to death. An absolute must-see for anyone interested in the various ways giant Goliaths can consume humans during Halloween.
5. Goblin Slayer
That’s right: mass murder. The level of cruelty is a perfect 10. Definitely a cool protagonist! Class-A horror film Goblin Slayer has it all, and more, in abundance. The plot of this film is quite simple. Goblins are the most horrific of the various monsters in this fantasy realm, and their mass-bred numbers make up for their small stature.
As a goblin-slaying hero, he is referred to as the “Goblin Slayer” mainly because he takes on goblin-related missions. Story follows the Goblin Slayer and his gruesome encounters with goblins along with a group of recurrent pals. There are unpleasant images of sexual assault in this anime, therefore viewers should use caution when watching it.
4. Tokyo Ghoul
Tokusatsu Ghoul is a well-liked series for its relentless murders. After a near-fatal ghoul attack, college student Ken Kaneki is transformed into a half-ghoul. As a ghoul, your main limitation is that you can only feed on human blood, but you also gain healing powers and other unique talents as a result of doing so. A carnage is what awaits Kaneki on his quest as he struggles to reconcile his human and half-ghoul nature. Over 100 people died as a result of the ghouls’ vengeance in the first season alone. Don’t get scared by ghouls while trick-or-treating on Halloween.
Another isn’t just another horror movie plot device. Misaki, a high-ranking classmate of Misaki’s, died in 1972. The news breaks the hearts of the students, but they do their best to get through the rest of the year and graduate on time. In 1998, a new character, Kouichi Sakakibara, enrolls at the same school where Misaki died, and the drama pivots around him.
No one but him is aware of a young woman who wears an eye patch. Misaki is also her name. Find out what happened in this gut-wrenching mystery by watching it. This anime has many twists and turns that will keep the audience guessing, while also making them sick as the anime’s scenes of devastation of death are non-stop.
2. Corpse Party: Tortured Souls
This would be a fantastic title for a spooky horror anime! There are a lot of classic horror aspects in Corpse Party: Tortured Souls, making it the best all-around Halloween-esque anime to watch on our blood-filled list. It’s the last time they’ll see each other before they go their separate ways in this story of nine high school pals. To ensure that their friendship would prosper in the future, it is customary to perform a ritual involving paper charms cut into the form of dolls.
However, this rite throws them into an elementary school populated by the vengeful ghosts of dead children. As the nine heroes strive to find a way out of the horrible elementary school, blood and other bodily fluids fly everywhere. However, this isn’t the most gruesome anime on the list.
That Blood-C is this Halloween’s top horrific anime is no surprise. It was necessary for Japan to filter the graphic violence, and as a result, viewing in China was temporarily halted. Saya Kisaragi, a superb swordswoman, is entrusted with killing rampaging creatures known as “Elder Bairns” who feast on human blood.
Like the Titans from Attack on Titan, but 10 times more fearsome and nasty than their prey, are the monsters of Blood-C. A few moments of failure force Saya into watching her companions become ripped apart limb from limb. She attempts to do everything she can to defeat the Elder Bairns. This is another anime that should be seen at the discretion of the viewer and possibly with at least one, two, maybe ten additional friends in order to avoid wetting yourself.