Uh… was that supposed to frighten us? Welcome to WatchMojo and today we are counting down our picks for the "Top 10 Worst Horror Anime."
If you are wowed by Train to Busan (2016), the South Korean “zombies-on-a-train” blockbuster film, Netflix’s Kingdom will impress you just as much, if not more.
Hello and welcome to the second part of Hulu's Horror Anime collection! I have been hanging out with Hulu this past couple of weeks and now see my whole life in anime lol seriously; I love myself some good anime (dub or sub). Lately, it seems like I have been itching for an excellent plot with strong leads, insane action, and comedy to give me relief from the remarkable stories. I like to think that we are all like myself in that sense. Rarely I have to watch a relief show to help me get over spooky, creepy, or the horrific; but when I do, it is usually after a movie that scares me to tears. With Asian anime shows, I never feel the need to seek out that sort of relief because "relief" is such a massive part of their important stories. Without the comedy, our next set of Anime would be cringe-worthy enough for a quick visit to your nearest church.
Buffy the Vampire Slayer has to be one of the most beloved shows that has graced the television screen, and it’s definitely one of my all time favourites. Once you begin to look back on Buffy the Vampire Slayer as a whole series and pick out key episodes there are a fair few that were really groundbreaking for television at the time, in their representation of women, same-sex couples, and damn good writing. I’ve picked out the seminal episodes so you don’t have to. So without further ado, here are the ten best and most influential episodes of the show (not in any particular order):
I am the type who bores easily. I tend to get bored with everything from food to music and books. Sometimes I get bored with the screen time too. It is really bad. I am also a bore because I stay within the walls of eerie shows. I do have to admit I lean towards horror most of the time. When I do switch tastes, I go from Netflix to HULU for an anime high sometimes. I also have an account with Crunchy Roll when I want to discover new animes. I have mentioned in previous articles that I have a love for subtitles and anime is where I can enjoy that word-on-word romance.
I have mentioned before my love for horror. I believe that I have also mentioned my love for zombies. If I have not, well, I love love love zombies.
To say I have watched The Walking Dead from the start would be a complete lie. When the show aired its first episode in 2010, I had heard of it briefly but decided to give it a miss.
One season after another, this series has delivered the goods when it comes to baddies! Welcome to WatchMojo.com, and today we’re counting down our picks for the top 10 American Horror Story villains.
Seeing as how I've been nothing but sick the last four days, I took it upon myself to finish The Haunting of Hill House and frankly... it was rather disappointing. Again, spoilers ahead.
Yesterday I was scrolling through Netflix when I finally decided to give The Haunting of Hill House a chance, only after watching the trailer for it a dozen times. Six episodes later, I decided to call it a night. I couldn't tell if I liked it or if I didn't, so instead of posting another review, I guess I'd rather ask questions about it. Spoilers ahead.
SPOILERS FOR AMERICAN HORROR STORY: APOCALYPSE. Obviously.
The Walking Dead has done the impossible. When news released that Andrew Lincoln would be exiting The Walking Dead, I was skeptical on how intrigued I would be in Rickless Walking Dead. Yet, after last night’s episode, the show has found its’ momentum once again. I hope I’m not jinxing it though; considering I’m basing that opinion on the idea that the last two episodes were really great and the trailer for what's to come in the next three episodes is epic.