Real vampires. Tasteful dismemberments. And delightful shivers, from ten old-fashioned horror stories: a. The Moonlight in Genevieve's Eyes: unrequited love. Tragic. Just tragic. b. Choice: second chances are rare. Especially when you work for a vampire. c. The Flowers in Mr. Williams' Garden: neighborhood watch, ghost style. d. Cistern: zombies are horrible, until they hire you. e. The Elvish Woman: lovers who steal your soul. Literally. f. The Trumpet Inside the Warehouse: no one can hear you scream. g. King of the Bears: be victorious, or be dinner. h. Angel Eyes: man's best friend, when you forget your cross and garlic. i. The Absence of Land: sell the farm, pay the consequences. j. Face to Face: Mother's day.