I should have taken that last spoiler seriously. My stomach doesn't feel too good after watching that, like no joke; I should probably drink some ginger ale now to calm it. T_T
You haven't seen Miyazaki and Studio Ghibli's films yet? I'd recommend at least watching Totoro, Spirited Away, Howl's Moving Castle, and Princess Mononoke since those are the most popular ones.
I did watch all of Attack on Titan, and the soundtrack's composition is marvelous (Hiroyuki Sawano composes some great music as a whole though). It's too bad the mastering is kind of lame and compressed like nearly all other anime series because it would be one of the few soundtracks I would like to buy. Let's see if I can find my favourite track
^ the naming of tracks always seems inconsistent to me depending on where you look, so I don't know what that track is officially called
I guess Attack on Titan scared me because of the brutal deaths some of the people encountered, as it's part of what I consider to be in the horror genre. I would give it 9/10 based on the AnimeNewsNetwork rating scale (excellent). Mikasa saying "Eren" a thousand times per episode got annoying to me, and likewise for Armin's voice, but the action, soundtrack, and unique story made up for it.
I haven't seen Higurashi yet other than the nippa~ scene. I don't really plan to watch it either as I've heard a lot about it and it doesn't suite my tastes.
I would give Attack On Titan 7/10 and Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood 10/10. Watch ittt!
Did you see the English dubbed episodes of Attack On Titan that are out so far? I loved when Mikasa called her comrades worms! Her speech was much better in that dub, IMO.
I saw Spirited Away many years ago.
That is my second favorite track. I call it "Counter Attack - Mankind"; the back of the CD case says "cóunter・attàck-mˈænkάɪnd" lol
Higurashi is by far the most deep and emotional anime I've seen. It has some very intense horror-oriented scenes, which is why you may not like some of it - but it's not even 25% as violent as the Blood-C clip you just saw. Watch the scene I mentioned in this post. It's only a few minutes long. The music was edited with different tracks to make it even more intense than the original.