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The Most Unforgettable Psychological Anime Scene...
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From Higurashi:
Still having Nightmares about this episode..


From School Days:
Sekai's Divine Retribution...


From Elfen LIed:
OMG..WTH.. Bloody!!


Bonus:
Makoto Taken to hell really wanna see this animated..
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errrrr......
none...
i dont really forget the shows i watched..
but i can not-remember them if i dont want to remember them..

bad stuff that happened.. the images, the scenes.. or whatever..
theres no point in thinking too much, and recalling them...
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Lucy kills alot of people at beggining of Elfen Lied, to protect herself, like that girl that has her head choped off, but then has her body used as a shield from bullets
when Rena from Higurashi is outside of guy's house apologizing in the rain
when that purple hair girl jams her head into a knife she is holdin on the wall repeatly while Shion is laughing
when Kotonoha is on her family's yacht holding Makoto's head
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This one is from one of my favorite mangas, but since it's quite associated to anime, might as well post it here.

Manga.

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*Non-Euclidean architecture can drive a man insane if he does see such thing, According to the Lovecraftian mythos, that is.

This one is psychologically disturbing if you read the whole manga(Junji Ito's The Enigma of Amigara Fault), bothers me most of the times when i think about it:

To partially grasp why that page is disturbing, ill have to post the plot of the manga(but it's quite imperative if you do try to find the manga, trust me, its a good read):

In the beginning of the story, a young man named Owaki is hiking towards the Amigara fault, a mysterious formation that emerged from a mountain during an earthquake. He meets a young woman called Yoshida, also on her way to the fault. As the reach the site, they see a huge crowd and university scientists, all there to see the strange wall of human-shaped holes, all in the same pose. As they wonder at the formation, Nakagaki -another spectator- strips to his underwear and climbs to one of the holes, proclaiming "This hole, it was made for me" and steps into the hole. Due to the perfect fit, it is impossible to turn around, and he can only continue moving forward. The scientists rush to the site with an optic cable camera, but find no trace of Nakagaki, who has apparently shuffled over thirty meters into the mountain. An attempt is made at a rescue, but the second man is only able to go about five meters into the hole before having to come back.

Others also enter the holes during the rest of the day, all claiming the holes are their exact shape, as they turn out to be. Yoshida reveals she saw a glimpse of one hole and immediately knew it was meant for her. The two find the hole, and terrified, seal it with rocks. Owaki takes Yoshida in to his tent for the sake of comforting both of them, and they share an intimate time. Later, Owaki has claustrophobic nightmares about the holes, of a time in the far past when the holes were created as a punishment for criminals who committed completely unredeemable acts. He sees people going through the holes and eventually being stretched beyond natural boundaries, whilst still somehow alive, forcing to keep going forward without rest.

As Owaki sleeps, Yoshida tears down the makeshift barricade when the pull of the hole becomes too strong, and enters. Shocked by the disappearance of his friend, Owaki is unable to resist the attraction of his own hole and goes in.

The epilogue of the story takes place months after the first occurrence. A group of scientists have found the other end of the holes, which are not human-shaped, but described as being formless. As one scientist peers into one of the holes, he is shocked to see one of the people moving towards him, now so hideously, grotesquely deformed by the tunnel they are no longer recognizable as human.
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Erehe wrote:

This one is psychologically disturbing if you read the whole manga(Junji Ito's The Enigma of Amigara Fault), bothers me most of the times when i think about it:

To partially grasp why that page is disturbing, ill have to post the plot of the manga(but it's quite imperative if you do try to find the manga, trust me, its a good read):

In the beginning of the story, a young man named Owaki is hiking towards the Amigara fault, a mysterious formation that emerged from a mountain during an earthquake. He meets a young woman called Yoshida, also on her way to the fault. As the reach the site, they see a huge crowd and university scientists, all there to see the strange wall of human-shaped holes, all in the same pose. As they wonder at the formation, Nakagaki -another spectator- strips to his underwear and climbs to one of the holes, proclaiming "This hole, it was made for me" and steps into the hole. Due to the perfect fit, it is impossible to turn around, and he can only continue moving forward. The scientists rush to the site with an optic cable camera, but find no trace of Nakagaki, who has apparently shuffled over thirty meters into the mountain. An attempt is made at a rescue, but the second man is only able to go about five meters into the hole before having to come back.

Others also enter the holes during the rest of the day, all claiming the holes are their exact shape, as they turn out to be. Yoshida reveals she saw a glimpse of one hole and immediately knew it was meant for her. The two find the hole, and terrified, seal it with rocks. Owaki takes Yoshida in to his tent for the sake of comforting both of them, and they share an intimate time. Later, Owaki has claustrophobic nightmares about the holes, of a time in the far past when the holes were created as a punishment for criminals who committed completely unredeemable acts. He sees people going through the holes and eventually being stretched beyond natural boundaries, whilst still somehow alive, forcing to keep going forward without rest.

As Owaki sleeps, Yoshida tears down the makeshift barricade when the pull of the hole becomes too strong, and enters. Shocked by the disappearance of his friend, Owaki is unable to resist the attraction of his own hole and goes in.

The epilogue of the story takes place months after the first occurrence. A group of scientists have found the other end of the holes, which are not human-shaped, but described as being formless. As one scientist peers into one of the holes, he is shocked to see one of the people moving towards him, now so hideously, grotesquely deformed by the tunnel they are no longer recognizable as human.



oh my gosh....this REALLY is disturbing
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Every scene in Monster is psychological enough to creep you out.
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I love this thread. I think its interesting. especially the one erehe mentioned.
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tsubasanoyori wrote:


Erehe wrote:

This one is psychologically disturbing if you read the whole manga(Junji Ito's The Enigma of Amigara Fault), bothers me most of the times when i think about it:

To partially grasp why that page is disturbing, ill have to post the plot of the manga(but it's quite imperative if you do try to find the manga, trust me, its a good read):

In the beginning of the story, a young man named Owaki is hiking towards the Amigara fault, a mysterious formation that emerged from a mountain during an earthquake. He meets a young woman called Yoshida, also on her way to the fault. As the reach the site, they see a huge crowd and university scientists, all there to see the strange wall of human-shaped holes, all in the same pose. As they wonder at the formation, Nakagaki -another spectator- strips to his underwear and climbs to one of the holes, proclaiming "This hole, it was made for me" and steps into the hole. Due to the perfect fit, it is impossible to turn around, and he can only continue moving forward. The scientists rush to the site with an optic cable camera, but find no trace of Nakagaki, who has apparently shuffled over thirty meters into the mountain. An attempt is made at a rescue, but the second man is only able to go about five meters into the hole before having to come back.

Others also enter the holes during the rest of the day, all claiming the holes are their exact shape, as they turn out to be. Yoshida reveals she saw a glimpse of one hole and immediately knew it was meant for her. The two find the hole, and terrified, seal it with rocks. Owaki takes Yoshida in to his tent for the sake of comforting both of them, and they share an intimate time. Later, Owaki has claustrophobic nightmares about the holes, of a time in the far past when the holes were created as a punishment for criminals who committed completely unredeemable acts. He sees people going through the holes and eventually being stretched beyond natural boundaries, whilst still somehow alive, forcing to keep going forward without rest.

As Owaki sleeps, Yoshida tears down the makeshift barricade when the pull of the hole becomes too strong, and enters. Shocked by the disappearance of his friend, Owaki is unable to resist the attraction of his own hole and goes in.

The epilogue of the story takes place months after the first occurrence. A group of scientists have found the other end of the holes, which are not human-shaped, but described as being formless. As one scientist peers into one of the holes, he is shocked to see one of the people moving towards him, now so hideously, grotesquely deformed by the tunnel they are no longer recognizable as human.



oh my gosh....this REALLY is disturbing


Indeed, Had a hard time sleeping afterwards, btw, In this image contains the "Human Shaped Holes"(This is where the people enter) that the people are referring, compare it to the image/last page(This is where the people exit) above:

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anyone know anything about this anime? My friend was telling me it was really scary. Higurashi no Naku Koro ni
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darkeyesloveshp wrote:

anyone know anything about this anime? My friend was telling me it was really scary. Higurashi no Naku Koro ni


First image in the topic starters post.
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Baccano! Czes's scenes on the trains. And Graham's scenes. And Firo/Martillo/Mafia scnes. Every scene. Nuff said.
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The nail ripping scene in Higurashi. Ouch!
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Why hasn't anyone said absolutely everything in NEON GENESIS EVANGELION yet?!?!?!!?!?!?


That will remain in my heart FOREVER!!!!
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Crelrn wrote:

Why hasn't anyone said absolutely everything in NEON GENESIS EVANGELION yet?!?!?!!?!?!?


That will remain in my heart FOREVER!!!!


NGE might be a Psychological anime, but it really isn't that disturbing compared to Higurashi and Elfen Lied.

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Erehe wrote:


Crelrn wrote:

Why hasn't anyone said absolutely everything in NEON GENESIS EVANGELION yet?!?!?!!?!?!?


That will remain in my heart FOREVER!!!!


NGE might be a Psychological anime, but it really isn't that disturbing compared to Higurashi and Elfen Lied.



They weren't disturbing at all T_T
But if you think so, that's your opinion
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