>>17919>I heard that Rei and Outbreak were bad so I just skipped them.
Well, I wouldn't call them that bad compared to kai, but the writer just ran out of ideas and it shows.
>but i'm not really into games. I like seeing a story unfold and my favorite parts of Higurashi were the physiological ones, which obviously can't be the main focus of a video game.
But this is basically what higurashi up to the 6th novel was…
In all seriousness now though, maybe you'd like to specify/narrow some more what kind of thing you'd be interested in watching, there are dozens of things out there with completely different focuses (splatter, bizarre, psychological, etc). Well, kinda, you already said you enjoy psychological stuff, but that still leaves off some offset you may want to cut.
For example Deadman Wonderland is cataloged as horror? Even though it hardly fits the standard definition of it, and I wouldn't certainly watch in on halloween for the spooks.
Anyway, you may be interested in reading the manga, Fuan no Tane (or anything by Nakayama Masaaki, really), if you haven't. Maybe not as passive as watching a movie but definitely worth checking at 3AM on halloween. Junji Ito is another good artist, for that matter.