Monsternote Johan's deeds could easily score much higher, but the show is rather restrained with showing anything too graphic.
My Hero Academianote There isn't quite as much blood, but things like Midoriya's limbs being broken so badly that they turn purple, most of the things Overhaul does, Shoji getting one of his hands cut off, etc. edge it into this category.
The Mysterious Cities of Goldnote Here because one of the live action sequences which end each episode shows a chicken being ritually decapitated. The episodes themselves tend to hover around Level 4.
Fullmetal Alchemistnote Includes both adaptations, though the rather grisly mutilation the homunculi face might go a level or two higher if they were actual people and not Humanoid Abomination with unlimited regeneration. The 2003 anime reaches a level 8 at times due to some incredibly graphic dismemberment (with visible viscera and torn flesh) and far less stylized violence, and The homunculi are (or were) people this time around.
Haibane Renmeinote Solely for the scene in which Rakka gets her wings, in the first episode; otherwise a level 3 or 4.
Promarenote Much of the violence is level 5 or 6. What gets this film here is footage of Kray Foresight shooting Deus point blank in the head with a resulting giant blood spurt, repeated several times.
Berserk (1997) * note Here as a result of the Limited Animation. The horrific rape scene during the eclipse, which scores a 10 in the original even without gore, is lowered here due to being mostly offscreen.
Ghost in the Shell (1995) note Bloody exploding head, very bloody but brief result of a high power sniper shot to a body, artificial muscles and flesh very graphically torn up (would be a 9 if they were fully organic).
Cross Angenote Contains bifurcation of a 12 year old with lots of blood, characters get eaten by Dragons, contains Attempted Rape scenes, the final episode has Embryo getting bisected, Jill gets her skin melt off by a hot laser beam causing a lot of blood.
Ghost In The Shell 2: Innocence (2004) note For the very gory, butchered body at a crime scene thats is very briefly seen. Otherwise a hard 7 for bloody decapitations and gunshot wounds. Rare for a PG-13 movie.
Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complexnote Contains two scenes of graphic head explosions akin to the anime movie, as well as an episode centered around a serial killer skinning victims alive (one of whom is a young girl), albiet they're not very detailed.
MWnote While not especially gory, it goes well beyond a level 7 due to Michio's "creative" methods of murder. For just one example, he injects a woman with a poison that causes death on orgasm just before she climaxes and then stuffs cigarretes into the mouth of her father until he falls down a sheer cliff face. And plenty of his victims are children, as well.
Barefoot Gennote For the very graphic depictions of innocent civilians, including children and animals, being burned up by the atomic bomb's explosion, and the corpses and very severely-injured survivors in the aftermath. The "ant-walking alligator people", anyone?
Gantznote Protracted, brutally gory deaths to humans and aliens (so brutal even their deaths hit this level).
Genocybernote Specifically for episodes 1 and 2; with infamous scenes involving toddlers getting completely annihilated by helicopter chainguns and a hospital's patients and staff getting mutulated in horrific ways. The rest are 9.
Golgo 13note Normally, the movie would sit at about a 6 or 7 with fairly typical action movie stuff. What mostly pushes it this high is the character Snake who commits many graphic acts over the course of the film. In particular, his absolutely brutal and realistic murder of a group of special commandos who howl in agony as he severs limbs and rips out eyes as well as his extended and mostly onscreen rape of a woman locked in a room. Other highlights of The Professional include Gold & Silver's nightmarish backstory and deaths, Snake's gruesome murder of Golgo's contacts and a man who suffers the double whammy of jumping to his death before getting shot through the forehead. That last one even includes a lovely x-ray cam that shows the bullet penetrating the skull and the guy's upper torso splattering into mush as he hits the pavement. Queen Bee normally doesn't go above an 8 at the highest. What pushes it here is the character Lt. Benning who leads a raid on Queen Bee's home village. Several noncombatants and innocent civilians are shown being gunned down while soldiers are shown being murdered in several graphic ways, such as being impaled on spikes or getting stabbed through the eye. Not even children are spared in the massacre and are killed alongside the adults. There is also a very brief but descriptive conversation about Benning murdering and eating a pregnant woman and returning to base with a helicopter of human heads. Lastly, there is a (just offscreen) rape of a little girl and a strong implication that a woman who gets shot was pregnant, which means a baby was killed as well.
Hellsing (manga and Ultimate OVA) note Innocents and belligerents; human and Humanoid Abomination alike shredded, blasted, consumed and more in ultra gory fashion.
I Am a Heronote Humans sloppily devoured by zombies and zombies blasted to pulp, etc.
MD Geistnote Bodies crushed and obliterated into gory pulp.
Mnemosynenote Grotesque sexual torture, characters torn limb by limb.
Mr. Arashi's Amazing Freak Shownote Young girl repeatedly abused, raped, and tormented. Puppies gorily pulverized. The infamous sequence of an audience getting grotesquely mutilated in the most bizzare ways.