Horror anime is one of the finest types of anime, and if you are into it, you are really going to enjoy this article as we are going to list all of the finest horror anime that you can watch on Crunchyroll.
Finding the best type of horror show is not that easy because so many anime shows claim to be the best, but they’re not impressive at all. But, with all of the below-given shows, you won’t need to look for suggestions anymore because we have got you covered.
We have shortlisted 6 of the finest anime shows that you can easily watch on Crunchyroll so, make sure to keep reading.
This series features multiple ghost stories. It revolves around a playground where an old man comes every week. The kids are very fond of the man because he tells them stories, but not ordinary stories.
He tells some ghost stories based on Japanese folk and urban legends. Every episode of this show is based on a new story by the man. The man also uses the method of paper drama to tell the story, and all of the stories sound very realistic, making it one of the best anime series.
This supernatural anime is all about Ghouls, that are also the main characters. They are creatures that look and behave exactly like humans, but they can only survive on human flesh.
Another challenge that these flesh-eating monsters face in the show is to hide their identity from the authorities of the city. Otherwise, they will have to face a deadly fate.
The question of how these Ghouls live among people and whether they will be able to dominate the human population will be answered in this series.
This weirdly scary series revolves around a young boy who finds a notebook that is similar to a future diary but is deadly, and whenever someone writes any name on the notebook and pictures that person’s face in their mind, the person dies.
The notebook belongs to a man named Shinigami Ryuk, and whoever finds this notebook gets unbelievable power.
This series is based on a Japanese manga and is produced by Madhouse. The director of this anime show is Tetsuro Araki.
The horrifying thriller show Corpse Party: Tortured Souls is all about a group of students who decide to perform a ritual that will make them better friends. They attend the cultural festival at their school when suddenly the school is struck by an earthquake.
When they come to, they find themselves in a whole different place, and that place is among the dead. The students are horrified at finding all the students of their school are murdered but soon, they figure out who the serial killer is among all the tortured souls.
The thrilling horror in this show are what make it ideal for anime fans and give them body horror.
This is a whole collection of different episodes. Each of the episodes, tells the story of a person who gets really angry with someone because of being tortured and tormented by that person. The only choice they have is to contact hell through their website.
When the queen of hell gets the request from that person, she takes her followers and carries the evil person down to hell so they cannot torment anyone anymore.
It is a pretty interesting watch if you are looking for a lighthearted short episodes horror anime.
The plot of this animated series revolves around a boy named Shinichi. He is accidentally infected by alien parasites that now live inside him, and he has to learn how to live with the reality that a monster is living inside him who can kill anyone, anytime.
These parasites are supernatural beings that eat and kill humans mercilessly and how Shinichi figures out ways to co-exist with these monsters and save his own life at the same time is the main plot of this show which makes it really interesting and a must-watch for all the anime enthusiasts.
We hope that you become fond of these shows as much as we are because each of them is worth watching. But don’t watch them alone because even though they are anime, they still are pretty scary.
You can also go for the Junji Ito collection of different horror episodes if you want to see some extreme horror shows, and all of them are easily available on Crunchyroll. So, adios from our side!