from Flixster's synopsis, "...the greatest horror anthology film..." If I hadn't seen it with my own eyes, I'd be inclined to scoff, particularly with story lines being meted out to multiple directors. But the praise is definitely merited. I'd have much rather seen it with Basil Dearden directing throughout, as the closing scenes of the film have cinematography and suspense that is (and hear this loudly) on par with the best work of Alfred Hitchcock. (Re-read that last bit again, if need be.)
Now, if you've not already seen it, consider yourself being taken to school AND GO WATCH THIS FILM.