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Tortured Souls: The Corpse Party
The anime adaptation of the infamous horror video game “Corpse Party” is called Corpse Party: Tortured Souls. Taking horror to the next level, this evolved into the manga and anime platforms to reach a wider audience.
Personally, I believe this is one of the best horror anime series available. It has ghosts, violence, gore, and blood, as well as anything else frightening and horrifying! You don’t want to be locked in Heavenly Host Elementary School, the horrible school in this anime, believe me.
As a result, I’ve compiled a list of additional anime like Corpse Party to whet your appetite for more horror. It’s not simply horror; there are also some mystery
and thriller shows sprinkled throughout. And, in case you’re wondering, yes, they all resemble Corpse Party to some extent.
The chit-chat is now over. Watch these shows to see how similar they are! In this list of anime that are related to Corpse Party, you’ll find horror, mystery, and thriller.
Another Ghastly and bloody is, in a word, what “Another” is. It employs ghosts, blood, and gruesome killings to send shivers down the spines of anybody who watches it, as terrifying as it is. And, while it disturbs for the thrills, there is an undeniable frightening mystery lurking in the shadows! It’s up to you whether you want to follow the curse’s rules or die! crunchyroll Watch party
Class 3-3 at Yomiyama North Middle School has a tragic past and a terrible secret! It all started with a pupil who died in the past!
In the present, Kouichi Sakakibara joins the school in Class 3-3. He observes something strange the next day: one pupil is treated as if she didn’t exist at all! Mei Misaki is the pupil, and she referred to as “Another.” Even the tiniest interaction or misapplication of the curse’s restrictions will result in death. That’s right—class 3-3 is surrounded by death! The cause is unknown, but the person labelled “Another” is the solution!
Higurashi no Naku Koro ni (Higurashi no Naku Koro ni)
Higurashi no Naku Koro ni is for you if you just want a show where everyone is completely insane and full of violence. It’s ludicrous, it’s ludicrous! This show shines because of its craziness. Combine that with a great deal of violence and lunacy, and you’ve got yourself a pretty awful spectacle.
Hinamizawa hamlet may appear to be a normal, calm town, yet it conceals heinous secrets beneath its placid exterior. Keiichi Maebara is a newcomer to the area, but he has already made acquaintances at school. However, as the village’s yearly festival approaches, so do the village’s terrifying secrets.
Keiichi has been perplexed. He is completely oblivious to what is going on. He enlists the help of his buddies, but this proves to be a catastrophic error! Keiichi experiences a twist of fate combining brutality, madness, and cruelty as he gets closer to the truth.
This show is both traumatising and heartbreaking, in my opinion. Because of the graphic gore, it’s a traumatic experience. Because of its brutal and tragic plot, it is heartbreaking. Overall, Elfen Lied is a terrifying show that is capable of tearing feelings apart just o induce fear and quite a bit of melodramatic emotions.