An effective, more classical approach to horror that lets the supernatural stay supernatural. While being somewhat one-note near the end, it does its job of keeping you up for a night or two.
A beautiful, raw, rattling ride focusing on human trauma in a non-pandering way. For about 70% of the way, then has a disappointing finish.
A fantastic prequel with a slightly more serious tone than the original series, and fantastic acting and animation.
A fantastic blend of everything you've ever loved from Shonen greats, in action, themes, and comedy, with none of the drag.
With a cyberpunk/Alice in Wonderland vibe, this is a fun, gritty, fantastic adventure unlike anything I've seen.
Despite poor animation, Higurashi brings a unique and potent horror experience that will stick with you for days or weeks on end.