The 11 Goriest Anime On Hulu If You Love Raw Scenes

Gore in anime has always been a polarizing aspect among fans, with some loving it for its graphic and intense nature, while others totally hate it.

Sometimes we’re up to switch off our brains and indulge in a badass anime filled with action and gore, without the need for intricate plots or twists.

So if you are a Hulu subscriber and in the mood for this kind of anime, we have compiled a list of the best gory anime available on Hulu for you to add to your watchlist.

11. Devil May Cry

Devil May Cry is the animated adaptation of the colossal videogame developed by Capcom, released in 2007 with 12 episodes.

It follows the adventures of Dante, a half-man half-demon owner of the Devil May Cry handyman agency, just like in the original product.

With his trusty sword and guns, he fearlessly takes on any challenge that comes his way.

Devil May Cry isn’t a bad anime, but we can’t say it is outstanding either.

We recommend playing the videogame if you have the chance, or watching this series if you don’t have a console or are a fan of the series and want to experience another adventure of Dante.

10. High School of the Dead

High School of the Dead

High School of the Dead is a popular zombie anime released in 2010 packed with gore, zombies and ecchi.

In High School of the Dead, a mysterious deadly disease has spread throughout the world, with catastrophic repercussions for humanity, resulting in attacks caused by the living dead, called Them.

A group of high school students in Japan has banded together to escape the zombie onslaught, while also trying to figure out who or what is responsible for the ongoing apocalypse.

High School of the Dead is, well, we’re not quite sure.

If you’re seeking a straightforward, unpretentious anime with no shortage of zombie carnage and ecchi content, then it might be one of the top picks overall.

As an anime in the broader sense, unless you specifically seek those elements, we can’t quite label it as a great anime either.

9. Corpse Princess

Corpse Princess

Corpse Princess is an anime directed by Gainax and feels., based on revenge and the relationship between life and death. It’s also what we can consider one of the best zombie anime in circulation right now.

The main character Makina Hoshimura turns into a Shikabane Hime after she is brutally murdered by a secret organization.

This is possible thanks to the effort of the Kougun Cult, as they want her to kill other corpses, for this reason, they will grant her access to Heaven, as long as she kills 108 of them.

Corpse Princess is an action-packed and entertaining anime, although it doesn’t quite excel in anything.

So if you keep your expectations low and expect a series created to be entertaining and nothing more, you might like it.

8. The Promised Neverland

The Promised Neverland

The Promised Neverland is a popular drama/horror anime released over 2 seasons so far.

The setup of this anime is both simple and frightening. Humans and demons ended a long war by reaching an agreement known as The Promise.

Under this agreement, humans and demons will not invade each other’s worlds, but demons will be supplied with human flesh as their food source.

That’s why kids are bred in fake orphanages and raised until they are adopted and eventually fed to high-ranking demons.

The Promised Neverland is another example of a fluctuating animated adaptation, with an excellent first season that then goes downhill with the second.

We reiterate our recommendation to use Hulu to see if you like the premise of the story and then possibly continue with the manga.

7. Blood-C


Blood-C is a good anime if you want to enjoy a blend of good action, horror, and gore with a typical atmosphere reminiscent of anime from the 2000s and 2010s.

The plot revolves around Saya Kisaragi, who lives a dual life as a regular schoolgirl and a monster slayer equipped with a ceremonial sword given to her by her father.

We’re not talking about a masterpiece here, and indeed, Blood-C doesn’t intend to be one.

Its goal is to be an action-violence-based anime that you can watch to unwind and simply enjoy the action.

So if you own a Hulu subscription and you’re in the mood to watch a series like this, we absolutely recommend it.

6. Tokyo Ghoul

Tokyo ghoul

Tokyo Ghoul is the animated adaptation of Sui Ishida’s popular horror manga of the same name, with the first season released in 2014 followed by 2 more, and you can find all 3 seasons on Hulu.

The story focuses on Ken Kaneki, an ordinary college student who lives in a town plagued by strange and violent murders.

The agents suspect that the deaths are caused by Ghouls, mysterious creatures that feed on the bodies of their victims, but nobody has seen them yet.

We have expressed our opinion on Tokyo Ghoul multiple times: it’s a fantastic manga with a great story, but with an animated adaptation that falls short, cutting some parts and inventing others.

For those interested in the series, use your Hulu subscription to explore the story and then decide whether to continue with the anime or switch to reading the manga.

5. Higurashi: When They Cry -GOU

When they Cry

Higurashi: When They Cry- GOU is a series that can’t be missed from any list regarding violent anime for one simple reason: this anime doesn’t simply have gore, but it relies on it.

The plot follows Keiichi Maebara and his friends who live in Hinamizawa, a small village plagued by a macabre curse linked to the worship of a local god, Oyashiro.

But as the protagonists begin to investigate the town’s mysteries, the situation escalates, and various characters commit terrible acts as the truth is revealed.

If you are a fan of gore anime there will be numerous scenes that will turn your stomach, even if you are accustomed to raw violence.

While Higurashi features less gore compared to other anime in this list, it relies on psychological horror and character development to be frightening.

Before you run to your Hulu account, watch the 2006 anime first, then Kai and Rei because GOU is the last entry.

4. Shiki


Shiki is a great horror and mystery anime that was released in 2010 and has a total of 22 episodes that you can find on Hulu at the moment.

The anime’s plot revolves around Dr. Toshio, who is investigating a mysterious epidemic that has struck a small village.

But things become increasingly strange as the number of deaths rises. Is it really an epidemic or the deaths are connected to some supernatural entities?

Shiki is an excellent gory anime that delivers plenty of horror scenes capable of sending chills down your spine.

Its intriguing mystery elements will keep you captivated, and the addition of romance subplots adds depth to the overall story, so be sure to add it to your list.

3. Elfen Lied

Elfen Lied

Elfen Lied is a seinen manga-based anime that gained notoriety in the 2000s for its controversial and gory elements.

The story starts in a lab where Diclonius, a race of beings with special abilities, are subjected to brutal experiments to make them lethal weapons.

The events begin to move with Lucy, one of the Diclonius, escaping the base, but after suffering a violent head injury, she loses her memory.

She is later found by a boy named Kota with a connection to her past, and that’s where the plot begins.

If you are looking for a series that is gory and doesn’t shy away from showing intense graphic scenes, then Elfen Lied is undoubtedly a good choice. When it comes to gore-rich anime, it has very few rivals.

2. Parasyte


Parasyte is a 2014 anime adaptation of a vintage manga from the 1990s, presented in a modern style with excellent results.

In this thrilling anime, Shinichi Izumi, a high school student, becomes a host to a parasitic alien called Migi, who fails to take over Shinichi’s brain, ending up in his right hand.

Now, they are forced to rely on each other and defend themselves against other hostile parasites seeking to eliminate their species.

Parasyte is an incredibly well-rounded anime, blending lots of action and gore with a plot full of psychological twists and turns, even making room for romance subplots.

It is an exceptional series not to be missed, not only if you subscribe to Hulu but in general.

1. Hellsing Ultimate

Hellsing Ultimate

Hellsing: Ultimate was released in 2006 and was made as an adaptation that was more faithful to the original manga written by Kota Hirano.

The name of the series comes from the homonym secret organization Hellsing, whose duty is to hide the existence of Vampires and to keep the population safe.

The main character Alucard works for Hellsing as a vampire exterminator, being himself a member of the vampire race. He is supported by his new assistant Seras Victoria, a former policewoman who he saved in the past.

But a deep web of mysteries will soon arise.

Hellsing Ultimate is not only one of the best gore anime available on Hulu but also one of the best in general.

If you are looking for an anime to enjoy some intense action, you must watch it. Period.

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Passionate about Japanese culture for years, serial devourer of manga, anime, and videogames that have now become part of my routine. My favorite series? Goodnight Punpun and One Piece.

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