Not all thrillers and horror stories need disposable tricks like jump scares to be successful. Some anime achieves that sinister, disturbing feeling by influencing your mind instead of your heart rate. Other anime choose drama over the thrill, telling an affecting tale that you just can’t forget. These are the best psychological anime out there.
Seinen manga is in an entirely different hemisphere than either Shonen and Shojo. Not only regarding mature content but, most noteworthy, in the themes presented. Shonen manga focuses more on interpersonal development and personal growth has to do with characters becoming physically stronger. But Seinen manga tends to be more introspective. It deals with the
Horror is a very tricky genre. People of this generation are very much aware of all the horror tropes. But some of the most bone chilling horror stories come from a very basic plotline. These horror stories make us feel so insecure as this stuff can happen to any of us. That is why we
Vampires have always excited us. I use the word ‘excited’ because Vampires don’t necessarily scare us. In fact, most of the modern day movies portray Vampires as romantic creatures rather than the ones that seek for blood all the time. Also, this was the case in the novel that started it all, Dracula. Bram Stoker’s
Anime’s impact on pop culture is unprecedented. Every action movie Hollywood produces, at some point, tried to mimic legendary Anime like DragonBallZ and Ghost in the Shell. In fact, they even tried to put out their own versions of these beloved franchises. So it makes sense that Netflix would choose this path as they are
Anime is becoming popular day by day and people at Hollywood are finally understanding the sensibilities of people in Japan and are making honest adaptations of beloved Anime like Ghost in the Shell and Alita: Battle Angel. And Netflix is doing its part as well. Apart from buying off the rights to classic anime and