Sometimes I think that horror just works better in short story form than any other. There is something about the intensity that can be held over the course of a short story that does not work the same in a longer form. This collection has some great examples of stories that do this, doing great jobs of holding a constant tone and intensity. There are a couple of stories from big names, Neil Gaiman and Clive Barker, and those stories are good but not necessarily the best, but both are good. There is an interesting story, A HAUNTED HOUSE IS A WHEEL UPON WHICH SOME ARE BROKEN by Paul Tremblay, that is a fun play on the old Choose-Your-Own-Adventure books with a e-book twist. There are a number of good stories, WHEN WE ALL MEET AT THE OFRENDA by Kevin Lucia, stuck with me for a bit. Overall, a great collection of stories.
tl;dr Review: Recommended for fans of short horror fiction.