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interesting collection with a wide variance in quality. theres enough outstanding material to make this an important addition to any horror collection.but such a horrifying cover, and not in a good way. thanks a lot, cover, for making sure I will never read this book in public.4 starsThe Yougoslaves by Robert Bloch: perfectly executed tale of a gentleman vampire encountering vicious ragamuffins and their repulsive, bestial Fagin. a mordantly amusing lark that doesnt stint on the horror. I know Im in the presence of a master of the form when realizing Ive been smiling with glee the entire time.The Last Illusion by Clive Barker: private investigator fights demons from hell over the soul of a magician. tremendous fun. Barker put together a glorious urban fantasy tale well before urban fantasy was even a thing. a world weary noir hero, two lost women, a pale villain and other striking antagonists, even a demon sidekick of sorts. the authors fertile imagination and smart sense of humor made this one thoroughly enjoyable, from its startling opening to its hellzapoppin finish.The House of the Temple by Brian Lumley: the collections Lovecraft-inspired entry. melancholy American inherits the Temple House and travels to Britain to explore its mysteries. hits all the right notes in just the right way: atmospheric and morbid, full of mysterious letters and dictates from the past, and of course the requisite Lovecraftian monster - lying in wait to ensnare the protagonist, as it has so many others before.Murgunstrumm by Hugh Cave: feverishly paced novella about a group of fearful vampire killers taking on a grotesque, ghoulish innkeeper - the titular Murgunstrumm - and his vampire pals. Cave wrote this in the 30s and it has all the hysterics, shouting, and blazing-eyed righteousness of horror films from that period. plus it opens with a bold escape from a madhouse. great stuff!3 starsThe Late Shift by Dennis Etchison: a strikingly nihilistic story about a zombie work force. Etchison makes sure that the reader is aware that all trajectories move downward. the prosaic uses to which the undead are put make the horror almost infuriating in its dreadful banality.Firstborn by David Campton: a wonderfully weird tale of a botanist, two poor relations, and various experiments with both plant and human. never the two shall meet! or shall they? what happened in the past shall inform, queasily, what will be happening presently. from the mad scientist to the histrionics, Firstborns retro flair is a lot of fun.Amber Print by Basil Copper: the story of a haunted print of the classic film The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari. Copper is a master at writing strange stories in a distinctly old-fashioned style and this story follows suit. theres something delightful to me on a personal level about a tale featuring two friends sipping wine while discussing film classics from a collectors perspective... even more delightful is Coppers skill at creating a discomfiting, hallucinatory experience for both his characters and his readers.Crystal by Charles L. Grant: an American abroad in London finds trouble after purchasing a strange painting. enjoyably perplexing tale of a death magnet and women who are both victims and villains. I enjoyed the inexorable move from the prosaic to the horrible and Grant excels at making his tale feel real. that said, the central characters final decision doesnt ring particularly true based on his development throughout the story.The Horse Lord by Lisa Tuttle: family moves to an upstate property governed by a hostile force. this was a really original take on the old children-being-possessed standard. a little bit of fascinating history, a little bit of kitchen sink reality, a little bit of gray atmosphere. the image of children dancing like horses was perfectly eerie; even better is the shocking ending.2 starsBunny Didnt Tell Us by David J. Schow: not only is a limo buried in that cemetery, theres something buried in that limo too. eh. was sort of funny but basically one-note.Out of Copyright by Ramsey Campbell: spooky nonsense by one of my favorite horror authors. Campbell is capable of much better. that said, the focus on the sinister shapes that dust can take - floating in the air, settling on furniture, settling on you - felt pretty original.Pigs Dinner by Graham Masterton: effectively disgusting blast of gore. but Im sorry but my power to suspend disbelief doesnt extend to accepting that a man who has just had his entire crotch ripped out can somehow still operate heavy machinery.The Jumpity-Jim by R. Chetwynd Hayes: an historical pastiche concerning the tribulations of a young maid new to the sorcerous ways of certain manor folk. florid, superficially characterized, unconvincing. the unearned darkness of its gotcha ending also aggravated me. but the repulsive Jumpity-Jim itself is a fine creation, and worthy of a better vehicle.Junk by Stephen Laws: the intro calls this techno-terror, which... no. its goal of creating a horrorshow set within an auto junkyard was certainly accomplished; how it reached that goal was unfortunately quite predictable. the story reaches its heights in the description of the eerie being at the heart of it all.1 starThe Satyrs Head by David Riley: a muddled, overlong mess describing the unappealing side effects of owning an unappealing little curio. its clear that Riley is attempting to harness some of Lovecrafts xenophobia and fear of hidden dark desires, via regular bits of racism dropped randomly throughout the story and the protagonists increasing self-loathing over his incipient homosexuality. but sadly the confused - rather than ambiguous - storytelling only makes his tale come across as racist and homophobic, rather than as a commentary on such things.Buckets by F. Paul Wilson: the worst of the bunch. you know those right-wing Christian haunted houses that function as gory morality lessons concerning drug use, premarital sex, homosexuality and the like? this story is one of those haunted houses: an OB-GYN doctor gets his bloody due at the hands of ghost children hes aborted. verdict: an eye-rollingly moralistic and offensive piece of garbage that pretty much guarantees I will never read anything by this ridiculous author again.5 starsthere are two absolutely perfect tales in this collection. they couldnt be more different from each other.The Black Drama by Manly Wade Wellman: Lord Byron... immortal warlock! sorta. this late 1930s novella is pure dazzling fun. a formerly down-on-his-luck actors memoir tells the story of a sinister and charismatic fellow who puts together a lost play purportedly written by that infamous libertine/ revolutionary/ mad genius, Lord Byron. The Black Drama has atmosphere to die for (a creepy lakeside theater), fun heroes, heaps of references to cinema and theater and Byron, and a beguiling villain. Wellmans prose is so smooth and engaging; his plot is the very example of page-turning. this story made me immediately add its author to my Must Read More list. The River of Nights Dreaming by Karl Edward Wagner: a woman escaping prison soon finds herself within another. its hard to know what to say about this one except that it has everything I want from my horror. everything! luscious prose, brilliant dialogue, a dreamy narrative, layers upon layers of ambiguity, the past coming back to haunt and slowly infiltrate the present, a heavy-breathing erotic charge (of the lesbian variety), mind-bending twists and turns, a sublimely disturbing end. plus references to The King in Yellow. everything!

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