Body horror is nothing new in the horror genre. For decades now, David Cronenberg has delved into our base fears about how our bodies can be altered and changed, causing pain and suffering. In the last decade or so, cinema from the Far East has been utilising this sub-genre to good effect, giving us tales of eye and even hair transplants which have come back to haunt the person who has undergone the procedure. So how exactly do you keep the idea fresh enough for an anthology of twenty tales from different authors?
Review: Zippered Flesh edited by Weldon Burge
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