None of the stories here are particularly bad, but it lacks the one or two truly great tales that make picking up a collection like this worthwhile.
My favorite story was "Wolf in the Memory" by Stephen Gresham. It doesn't belong here (there's no real horror element to it), but it's a terrific story about adolescence and awakening sexuality.
R. Patrick Gates' "A Hard Man Is Good to Find" is very raunchy and very, very funny (I would expect nothing less from the man who brought us the disturbed "Grimm Reapings").
Richard Laymon's "Tub" was simple and effective. Don D'Ammassa's "The Splicer" is an inventive little fantasy for movie buffs. Lucy Taylor's caustic "Atrocities" is by far the most frightening tale.
The above stories are worth reading, but the other nineteen aren't all that creative, and edge toward being boring.
I personally bought this collection to read Laymon and Gates. Since both of their stories worked (and Gates gave me a good laugh) I walk away satisfied. But if you're looking for more than just a handful of good stories you might want to look elsewhere.