Books & anime for your solitary, locked-in-alone binging pleasure

I knew when I started writing about books and anime for Tor.com that I wanted to work on this article:

With horror fiction and horror anime both being such incredibly in-depth areas, we’ve narrowed it down to pairings of stories that focus on people and the relationships between them. While many of the stories possess paranormal elements, the real terror lies not in the monster you’ve barricaded out, but the person you’re locked inside with.

Find my four perfect pairings over at Tor.com. Fun fact: the first anime on the list terrified me so much I had to be removed from a Youmacon screening room in 2009, one of my favorite series of all time is the second, and the last involves something I’ve loved for quite some time — but you can read more online.

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