31 Days Of Anime Horror Part 23: ‘Vampire Knight’

October 23, 2020

Written by Capt McNeely

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It’s October and that means it’s time to get into the spirit of the season, and obviously nothing gets you into the Halloween mood better than horror. Unfortunately when it comes to most live-action horror films, there’s only so much that can be done and shown, but thankfully of all things, Anime can cross the line with story, gore, and intriguing storytelling. So for every day this month, I’ll be featuring a unique Anime that fits the horror genre that you can most likely find on any streaming service. Oh look, more vampires in Vampire Knight!

 

Episode 13: Crimson Chains | Vampire Knight Wiki | Fandom

 

Vampire Knight (2008) follows Yuki, a girl who was saved by a vampire when she was young, years later she now serves on a protection committee at an elite boarding school to protect the Day Class from the Night Class (which is made up of vampires) who’s head of the group is the vampire that saved her when she was young and had now developed a crush on.

 

 

Night Class | Vampire Knight Wiki | Fandom

 

 

With 26 episodes in the series, the show may not be as gory as you want, but for some of you out there who like vampire romance with secrets that will make you cry, this is for you!

 

 

Vampire Knight Guilty episode 6 | Anime Princess

 

Don’t forget to check out past entries in the 31 Days of Anime Horror by clicking below!

Part 1: Ghost Hound

Part 2: HELLSING

Part 3: Another

Part 4: Monster

Part 5: Gyo: Tokyo Fish Attack

Part 6: Requiem from the Darkness

Part 7: Paranoia Agent

Part 8: Blood-C

Part 9: xxxHOLIC

Part 10: Ghost Hunt

Part 11: Higurashi When They Cry

Part 12: Dorohedoro

Part 13: Occult Academy

Part 14: Junji Ito Collection

Part 15: Shiki

Part 16: Ajin: Demi-Human

Part 17: Corpse Party: Tortured Souls

Part 18: Hell Girl

Part 19: Ayakashi: Japanese Classic Horror

Part 20: Red Garden

Part 21: Psychic Detective Yakumo

Part 22: King’s Game: The Animation

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