1.877 out of 5 from 225 votes
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...
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...
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 girl runs through a dark alley, trying desperately to avoid being eaten by a large, red, hungry monster...
Aside of both being a really violent horror shorts, both shares the same style of animation and were made by the same director. So if you liked one you should try the other one too.
Both of these claymation shorts are extremely gory and made me feel sick. If you're a fan of blood and gore, check both of these out.
Both are horror clay animation shorts made by the same person. They both have plenty of over the top gory violence in them. If you watched one then you should definitely check the other out.
Blood and claymation, what more can you ask for? Both are packed with the red and violence while neglecting anything remotely about plot, characters or anything that isn't violence, blood or gore. Come for the blood, stay for the unintentional hilarity.
A man has a terrifying encounter in the woods with some bloodthirsty, relentless zombies...
Both are clay animation shorts made by the same person. They share a gruesome yet funny atmosphere. If you enjoyed one you should enjoy the other.
Both of them have a lot of things in common. Both have the same animation style, both were made by the same director, both deal with zombies and both are quite violent. If you liked one you should check the other one.
Both of these are claymation shots about zombies. The gore level is about the same, very disgusting for clay. If you happened to enjoy one, you'll enjoy the other, but I doubt you could enjoy either.
Same claymation style, same gory action, same toothless, bloody gums entertainment. Questionably entertaining, but if you liked the violence of one, check out the violence of the other.
When the infected approached Rei and Takashi's school, it led to a gruesome blood bath that left the majority of students and staff dead or turned into the zombie-like monsters that have spread throughout the world. Together with a handful of other survivors, Rei and Takashi set forth to find their families in a world that is rapidly detoriating. Governments have collapsed, the killer disease is out of control, and people everywhere are trying their best to simply live through each day...
If you like the idea of a woman being badass and kicking zombie ass, you might also enjoy Highschool of the Dead. It's much longer and more enjoyable than Chainsaw Maid.
If you liked the gore/zombies of Chainsaw Maid and want something better, try out Highschool of the Dead. Just as much gore and violence, more ecchi (though I don't think that's a good thing, haha) and more of a story.
So, how about them zombies? Both lack class, subtlety (Mammaries and the occasional violence for HotD and sheer blood in Chainsaw Maid) and an actual plot. But you aren't here for plot or characters, you're here for violence, boobs (Only HotD you horndogs) and zombie killing fun. Both are good for the first and third points and are quite the brain kill.
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 are stop motion animation and have the same director. Also, both are rather violent (though Chainsaw Maid is the more violent and gory of the two). If you like one, you'll probably like the other.
Not only do they share the same style in claymation but also absurdly bloody violence. Both Chainsaw Maid and Pussycat feature characters that tear each other apart (Or one does the tearing) and some sexual undertones, minor in Chainsaw Maid but heavily implied in Pussycat. Neither are particularly good but can be unintentionally funny. Check out either one if you liked one of them or want something violent with no redeeming value.