Jin-Roh was fucking badass. I will never think of Little Red Riding Hood the same way. I feel like I was cheated as a child not to hear the bloodier, original version, because this version has a much deeper lesson that applies to life. The line about wolves being disguised as men was great, and I remember the part of the story where Riding Hood asks grandma-wolf for meat and drink, unaware that the food given to her by gandma-wolf is her body and blood. The animals from outside warn Riding Hood each time, but when Riding Hood questions grandma-wolf, he tells her to squash and ignore them, and continue eating. I felt that is a metaphor of how a soldier is treated to his commanding officers in an unjust war, how a believer is mislead by his priest, or how a citizen's rights is treated by corrupt government leaders. I see the modern-day moral of Riding Hood is to have the individual in Riding Hood's position, and the will of institutions or individuals as the wolf, because they want to shape the fate of the individual through policies or their own action and don't like to be questioned about it.
It's a shame that I can't have deep discussion like this on /a/ anymore.