The quality of this publication is impressive. The interior layout is extremely well done, and easy on the eye. As with any collection by a number of authors, there are some stories I loved, some I liked, and a couple I wasn't so keen on (but that's just down to personal taste; all were very well-written).
I'll mention my favourites: `Beneath the Weeping Willow' - about an autistic boy - was brilliant and heart-breaking, with excellent characterisation. `Full Dental' was great fun to read. That is one crazy workplace! `Weird Tales' reminded me of old-fashioned ghost stories, and it has a great last line. `Playlist at the End' is a good one about a serial killer's choice of music. As usual with Shock Totem, there's a good mix of fiction and non-fiction. I liked the `Living Dead' essay, and the section showing the inspiration for the stories is a nice touch.
I'll definitely be re-reading Shock Totem #4.