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"Easily one of the strongest horror anthologies of the year."
"If you're a child of the VHS era, a cinephile with a penchant for the absurd, or just a horror junkie who really wants to find a new set of mind-bending ideas, Lost Films is going to have something to pull you in." --Leigh Monson, BIRTH.MOVIES.DEATH.
"If Lost Films represents the general quality of horror fiction that Perpetual Motion Machine Publishing are submitting to the marketplace, then I believe they have a very bright future in front of them. Lost Films is a brilliant horror anthology, containing well-written, highly engaging and often intensely horrifying and disturbing stories, all based around a theme that has yet to be well-mined by the genre. Accompanied by fantastic cover art and superb interior illustrations, editors Max Booth III and Lori Michelle have produced an anthology that should sit on the shelf of any discerning fan of the horror genre."
--Sci-Fi and Fantasy Reviewer
"Betty Rocksteady's 'Elephants that Aren't' stands as a picture-perfect example to other purveyors of the weird and bizarre; such a surreal but grounded experience that really packs a wallop. Then [Jessica McHugh] comes in with 'Things She Left in the Woods, ' a deceptively simple yarn of an abandoned shack in the woods that twists the folk-horror approach of creepypasta and fleshes it out with her deft hand at character."
"[...] rich in imagination [...] this anthology features all manner of descents into madness, horror, and mayhem, aided by the largely inhuman hand of technology. [A] melting pot of horror."