A joy to read; insightful and well researched, it serves as encouragement to return to Halloween once again.
Sheer Filth was one of the more eclectic fanzines, covering not only cutting-edge exploitation but strange music and literature.
Not all of the tales are memorable but overall The Best British Horror 2014 is an agreeable, worthwhile anthology.
An incredible amount of humour, and the weird-for-the-sake-of-weird mentality is not just ballsy, but also highly entertaining.
Buchan excels at short and twisted love stories, but it’s Simmonds’ graphic artwork that makes the author's prose shine.
An excellent study in its own right, well researched, informative and intelligently written in a clear, presentable style.