Sunday, 4 August 2013

Ghost Hunt


Telling ghost stories is a favorite past time of Mai Taniyama and her friends—that is, until she meets 17-year-old Kazuya Shibuya, the man sent by Shibuya Psychic Research Center to investigate paranormal activity at a supposedly haunted school. When Mai gets caught in a dangerous situation, she is rescued by Kazuya's assistant. Saving her lands the assistant incapacitated, and Kazuya demands that Mai become his assistant, instead...

Creepy as fuck, but also a good comedy: Ghost Hunt is a bit of everything and really entertaining! I've watched it in one shot because I couldn't stand the tension. Let me tell you why you should do the same!




One thing: it's creepy. Not creepy to death, but veery, veeery creepy! It's not like you only see those ghost balls flying around. One time, there's a doll and it starts moving and twisting and the next thing you see is its fucking face in front of you! That scared the shit out of me. 


That's how I felt with this doll. Well, another thing is: sometimes it gets a bit sad. It is NOT a very emotional nor sad anime, but you see different cases of ghost hunting and some of them have a sad background story. But that was a plus! It made the anime even more exciting and better.


What I truly loved was how funny Ghost Hunt is! It's scary and sometimes sad, but most of the time they're just derping around and fuck things up. This people aren't even talented or something. Naru seems to be the only senseful character of the story and the other guys are just standing around and feel badass. 


Well, yes. As you can see: this anime is a bit of everything. Ghost Hunt has everything a good anime should have. Ghost Hunt IS a pretty good anime! All I can do is recommend it ;)





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