Pet Shop of Horrors (1999– )

TV Series   |  TV-14   |  Animation, Fantasy, Horror

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Count D, a quite interesting pet shop owner from an area called Chinatown, sells rare and hard to come by pets to people longing for something special, but with each sale comes a contract. ... See full summary »




  • Pet Shop of Horrors (1999)
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2 April 2006 | SyberHunterX
Anime Twilight Zone
I'll start by saying that maybe it's too simplistic to say that "Pet Shop of Horrors" is an anime form of "The Twilight Zone." They are different shows. Yet, they both thinly disguise parables of morality in the horror/sci-fi genre. However, each episode of "Pet Shop of Horrors" preys upon a given deadly sin of a character from the entrancingly effeminate and mysterious Count D who gives the buyer exactly what he or she wants. The lust in their soul around the pet he or she receives grows until the owner dies from exhaustion, and the police find a seemingly innocent pet waiting for attention.

Confused? Don't be. It's all very simple. And well worth the time to investigate how awesome the anime is and the stories are, as well as how beautiful and lavish the animation is.

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1 March 1999



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