Higurashi no Naku Koro ni - English Sub

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Higurashi no Naku Koro ni [When They Cry] 

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Synopsis

Keiichi Maebara had just moved to a quiet little village in Hinamizawa in the summer of 1983, and quickly became an inseparable friend with Rena's Ryuuguu schoolmates, Mion Sonozaki, Satoko Houjou, and Rika Furude. However, darkness lurks beneath the beautiful-looking life they lead.

As the village prepares for the annual festival, Keiichi learns about the surrounding local legends. To his horror, he discovered that there had been a number of killings and disappearances in the village in recent years and that they all seemed to be connected to the festival and the village's protective deity, Oyashiro. Keiichi tried to ask his new friend about this incident, but they were suspicious of silence and refused to give him the answer he needed. As more and more strange events occur, he wonders just what else his friends might keep from him, and if he can even trust them at all.

When madness and paranoia begin to take root in Keiichi's heart, he will immediately stumble into the mystery at work in Higurashi no Naku Koro ni, a story told in several arcs.

Higurashi no Naku Koro ni Season 1

Information
Type: TV
Episodes: 26
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Apr 5, 2006, to Sep 27, 2006
Premiered: Spring 2006
Broadcast: Wednesdays at 01:30 (JST)
Producers: Geneon Universal Entertainment, Frontier Works, Sotsu, DAX Production
Licensors: Sentai Filmworks, Geneon Entertainment USA
Studios: Studio Deen
Source: Visual novel
Genres: Mystery, Dementia, Horror, Psychological, Supernatural, Thriller
Duration: 24 min. per ep.
Rating: R - 17+ (violence & profanity)

Reviews: [01]




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Watching Higurashi is like locking up a group of happy people in the test room, only going back to find they have hacked into each other into a bloody mess. The terrible, the surprising, but some of you, can't help but be surprised, how did that happen?

Curiosity takes over ... and so you repeat the experiment, knowing well that those who are funny looking for teens who have just been sent will end up as bloody PULPS. But hey, at least every time they die, you are one step closer to finding out why they died, it's all good.

Higurashi basically puts you in the role of a scientist. It divides itself into several bows, each of which starts exactly the same. A teenager moves into a remote rural village and befriends a group of sweet fangirls who can get outright from the harem Rom / com. Then, explained, the wrong thing ... very wrong.

Excellent trimming, throbbing tension. You know terrible things will happen, but you don't know exactly what. Higurashi will appeal to two types of people. Maglomanics who cackle fall in seeing happy communities drop to the depths of oblivion, and curious scientists who watch each bow with intense interest ... because they want to know exactly * why * everything goes wrong (although they can also cackle fall only slightly).

The interesting right of Higurashi is a mystery. This series will make you guess, postulate all kinds of reasons why the sweet girl in class now slaughters every child that looks with a giant machete. Every experiment you run (the arc you see) reveals a few more clues, and you formulate a new theory, only to find it destroyed by another totally unexpected horror in the same arc. The beauty of Higurashi is that such a large-scale mystery, every detail is meticulous, and while every bloody event seems random at first, they all eventually fall into place

Not only are characters easy to remember, and are full of interesting secrets, and unlike school days, they are actually very fun too. This is not a small achievement, given what they take to do with each other.

Higurashi is actually the culmination of a dark mystery. You will start with crazy scientists, watching innocent people in the test room with morbid curiosity. However, slowly, that morbid curiosity will turn into sympathy, and when you fall in love with this victim, that initial curiosity will be a sincere desire to find out what's happening so they can be saved.

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As always, I welcome feedback!

Reviews: [02]




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Higurashi symbolizes how you should never judge something by its cover. At first glance, it looks like a simple, generic or paralyzed harem series, Romance cliche. This anime, however, does not lack genius. The whole setting, atmosphere, and mood are very well executed. The plot may seem simple at first, new children move to a strange, new city and meet new friends. However, behind the outward appearance of this seemingly docile series, there is a dark story of murder, violence, and mystery.

Story: I can confidently say that the story/plot is the strongest aspect of this series. I congratulate the original game designers who created this series. Implementation of the genius plot. This series consists mainly of bows. Although this bow seemed disjointed at first, it was all part of the plot and was actually an important part of solving the mystery of Hinamizawa's murder. However, this is not a simple, generic murder mystery where solutions are forced to the viewers; It is up to them to decide between what is right and what is not. In this way, it makes viewers think and interact with the story, and this is what I like most about Higurashi.

Art/animation: if there is one reason why I didn't give this series 10, then it's because of art and animation. The art itself isn't too bad, but animation ... How do you get started? This can be very inconsistent at times with everyone's face emo contortions, sometimes out of sync, and maybe animation with a relatively low budget. Thankfully the Director of Season 2 learned from these mistakes, and the animation greatly improved on Kai. One good thing I have to say is that the background and settings are very well done.

Sound: the acting voice in this series is amazing. With a series filled with psychotic laughter, blood-curling screams, and in some cases, very funny sounds, the voice of an actor/actress is very versatile. The opening is one of my favorite openings of all time. It set the mood very well and sent chills down my spine when I first saw it. There can't be a better opening. Late, a slow piece rather mellow, suffering from the terrible Engrish. I like the piano part in the end though. Finally, background music regulates the mood well but can be repeated at times. I like the sound of crickets; it gives a feeling of impending doom.

Characters: After the initial shock of their mental instability, casts of characters are very well written and developed. Of course, there is no main character who is emotionally and mentally stable; do not take away from their personalities and interactions. One of the best things about this series is that there are no throwing characters that only appear once, do something, and leaf. Each character serves a purpose in mystery and plot, both directly and indirectly.

Enjoyment: as I said before, I like how Higurashi is not a passive anime where I can just sit in front of a computer and turn off my brain. Then again, I love psychological anime. Higurashi is the first series to force me to watch raws because I can't wait for subs.

Overall a very good event. This will definitely be 10 if not for mediocre animation. Last rating: 9/10





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