If there’s something we love about anime is the myriad of stories and concepts that not only push the envelope, but are sometimes so disturbing, dark, or real that we can never forget them.
If Perfect Blue, Parasyte (Kiseijuu) and Puella Magi Madoka Magica (Mahou Shoujo Madoka Magica) are your idea of a twisted good time, then come look at our psychological anime recommendations and reviews!
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We humans love a good mystery. Whether you love solving puzzles or trying to outwit friends while watching mystery TV shows, the mystery genre continues t...Readmore
Psychological anime are all about examining the mind, whether it’s the struggles of an individual or the collective unrest of an entire group. Oftentimes,...Readmore
Despite the show’s title, Madoka has mostly been an observer. Watching from the sidelines, she is powerless to stop the tragedy before her. As the end...Readmore
What You Need to Know: HIDIVE announced today that it acquired streaming rights to Puella Magi Madoka Magica spinoff Magia Record: Puella Magi Madoka Magic...Readmore
Madoka Magica is a story of contrasts. Sectioning off its world, the show bars the gates to each characters’ past, ending their childhood forever. H...Readmore
In film, cameras are a window into a character’s thoughts. By moving alongside a character and emulating their actions, a physical closeness develops:...Readmore
Within Madoka Magica, divisions are presented through lighting, architecture, and objects. Visually, these split the world in two, creating a distin...Readmore
In the magical girl genre, mascot characters provide both emotional support and vital lessons for the cast. By imparting valuable lessons, mascots c...Readmore
Madoka Magica takes cues from its mentors, learning from their lessons and ideas. By borrowing themes from magical girl stories and twisting them fo...Readmore
Puella Magi Madoka Magica (Mahou Shoujo Madoka Magica) is an anime original, renowned for its genre awareness, writing, and directing. It is adored ...Readmore
Admittedly, 2009 was a whole decade ago, so this is a pretty old show right now. Which is all the more reason for us to be discussing Higashi no Eden (Ede...Readmore
Jin-Rou (Jin-Roh: The Wolf Brigade) is a film adaptation of Mamoru Oshii’s Kerberos Saga (manga). For this movie, Hiroyuki Okiura takes the reins as the director, character designe...Readmore
When one thinks of Studio Ghibli, one remembers fondly the classics, the beautifully directed and wonderfully written stories. Studio Ghibli has a reputat...Readmore