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A girl and a boy lovingly sit beside each other in a park and lean in for a kiss, when they are interrupted by a man who pops up from behind the park bench, chopping the boy's head with an axe. Terrified, the girl runs from the boy's lifeless body as fast as she can, hoping to escape the carnage...
A maid tidies the house and prepares to 'tend to' the father of the house while his daughter is in the other room, when suddenly there's a knock on the door. A bloodied, frenzied woman screams that 'they're coming!' and promptly falls over dead... and that's when the zombies arrived...
Both are a very gruesome horror shorts. Also they share the same animation style and they were made by the same person. If you liked one you should check the other one too.
Both of these are grusome claymation shorts about a woman who is put into a terrifying and bloody situation, but choses to fight back to survive. If you can stand watching one, you might enjoy the other.
Both are violent clay animations that involve women fighting for their lives. If you watched one and enjoyed it then you will most likely enjoy the other.
Not only are they both claymation, but they are ridiculously violent and bloody to the point where they're almost hilarious. Your taste will vary but if you enjoyed one then definitely check out the other.
A busty feline walks down the road, catching the eye of a jovial pig who invites her into his home. But after drugging the cat-woman for his own nefarious purposes, the pig finds himself violently at odds with a big bad wolf who wants the girl for his own...
Both of these are shocking and grusome claymation shorts from the twisted mind of Takena Nagao. They are similar not only because of the freaky action scenes, but they both involve women trying to survive and escape from maniacs.
Both are made by the same person (Takena Nagao). They both have scenes that involve very gory violence and people that are being held against their will.
Take some characters, ramp up the creepiness to creepy-as-fuck and bake with a crappy pie crust, cook it after your dump the bucket of reds on it. Don't worry about the mess, the blood is all part of it. If you don't mind blood, claymation, some creepy characters and some disturbing stuff, check out either one. If one suits your twisted taste, the other will be right up your alley.
A girl runs through a dark alley, trying desperately to avoid being eaten by a large, red, hungry monster...
Both horror shorts share the same animation style and are quite violent and bloody. Also both of them were made by the same director. If you liked one, you'd probably like the other one too.
Aside from both having "bloody" in the title and being bloody, both claymation are about blood, other organic matter, gallons of red clay and not much else. Violent to the point of borderline hilarity, if you can stomach one, the other would match your twisted palette.
When Utsutsu and Yume were young, they were physically and emotionally abused by their sadistic father; and now that they’re older, Utsutsu swears above all else that he’ll protect his little sister at any cost. So when the girl is infected with the mysterious Pupa virus, causing her to turn into a terrifying monster that eats anything around her, the boy does the only thing he can: he offers his sister his body and flesh to consume. He won’t die, for Utsutsu was also infected with the virus, giving his body the superhuman ability to regenerate from any wound, and making himself the the perfect food source for his beloved sibling. Though nefarious researchers and doctors are studying their every move, Utsutsu will do whatever he can to keep the pupa inside of his sister from emerging and killing them all.
These are both anime with have a disturbing tone, excessive violence and not much in the way of story. Instead these are both anime that are content with showing creepy visuals with little or no narrative.
Bloody Date is a single episode Claymation short with no dialogue so its visual style is much different from Pupa, but there aren't many short horror anime out there, especially ones that are this violent. Bloody Date does have a story, but it's all told through background details and characters actions, whereas Pupa does try to tell a story, but it jumps around so much its hard to figure out what the hell is going on.
If you're going to watch these titles then go in expecting lots of gore, barebones story and some creepy imagery.
A man has a terrifying encounter in the woods with some bloodthirsty, relentless zombies...