HEREDITARY (2018) — A Gehenna Post Review

Greetings from the Ether, In a summer filled with superheroes, thrillers, giant monsters, and disappointing sequels, one film has stood above the rest in capturing originality, passion, and horror. Hereditary is director Ari Aster’s debut, and it is one of the most unnerving and nail-bitingly intense films in recent memory. Whereas most horror films that … Continue reading HEREDITARY (2018) — A Gehenna Post Review

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THE MALAISE by David Turton — A Gehenna Post Review

Greetings from the Ether, As many of you may know, David Turton is an author who has been with us from the start. Hinnom Magazine Issue 007 will mark the 4th time he's appeared in our releases and we couldn't be more excited for what the future has in store for him. His work thus far … Continue reading THE MALAISE by David Turton — A Gehenna Post Review

READY PLAYER ONE (2018) — A Gehenna Post Review

Greetings from the Ether, What could go wrong with a film featuring King Kong, Freddy Krueger, Deathstroke, Harley Quinn and the Joker, the motorcycle from Akira, and a plethora of other iconic references? Oh, and it’s directed by THE Stephen Spielberg? Well, this should be a sure fire mega hit. Unfortunately, this isn’t the case. … Continue reading READY PLAYER ONE (2018) — A Gehenna Post Review

A QUIET PLACE (2018) — A Gehenna Post Review

Greetings from the Ether, You know a film is going to be good when there is a public service announcement before the movie’s opening that tells the audience to keep their mouths shut. The insane part? In a world where theaters are plagued with loud-mouthed teenagers and attention-craving clowns, it worked. There wasn’t a single … Continue reading A QUIET PLACE (2018) — A Gehenna Post Review

STRANGE IS THE NIGHT by S.P. Miskowski — A Gehenna Post Review

Greetings from the Ether, As the second part of our S.P. Miskowski review series, we will be taking a look at her recent collection Strange is the Night, which contains 13 haunting horror tales that further establish Miskowski as one of the best voices working today. We previously reviewed the author's novel I Wish I Was … Continue reading STRANGE IS THE NIGHT by S.P. Miskowski — A Gehenna Post Review

I WISH I WAS LIKE YOU by S.P. Miskowski — A Gehenna Post Review

Greetings from the Ether, As the first part of our S.P. Miskowski review series, we will be taking a look at her Bram Stoker Award-Nominated novel I Wish I Was Like You, which follows an innovative narrative around a young woman named Greta, and her struggles in life, as well as death. We will follow with … Continue reading I WISH I WAS LIKE YOU by S.P. Miskowski — A Gehenna Post Review

I AM THE RIVER by T.E. Grau: 2018’s First Great Novel — A Gehenna Post Review

Greetings from the Ethereal Plane, Very rarely, readers are presented with a work that will not only stand the test of time, but also ingrain itself deeply into our thoughts while forcing us to question the very beliefs and notions we have come to accept as the truth. I Am the River is a breathtaking epic … Continue reading I AM THE RIVER by T.E. Grau: 2018’s First Great Novel — A Gehenna Post Review

ANNIHILATION (2018) — A Gehenna Post Review

Greetings from the Ether, The long awaited release of Annihilation, the film based on Jeff Vandermeer's 2014 Weird Fiction epic, is finally upon us. Facing a troubled pre-release, with its distribution being limited and the rights bought by Netflix, a lot is riding on Annihilation's success, which could inevitably dictate the future of thought-provoking science fiction. With last … Continue reading ANNIHILATION (2018) — A Gehenna Post Review

THE RITUAL: Adam Nevill’s Headfirst Collision into Horror Cinema — A Gehenna Post Review

Greetings from the Ethereal Plane, Based on Adam Nevill’s brilliant 2012 novel, The Ritual follows four grief-stricken friends on a hiking trip that rapidly takes a wicked turn for the worst. Employing pagan themes and a weird fiction atmosphere, the film still holds strong its roots in mainstream horror, honoring the source material and ensuring … Continue reading THE RITUAL: Adam Nevill’s Headfirst Collision into Horror Cinema — A Gehenna Post Review

THE CLOVERFIELD PARADOX — A Gehenna Post Review

Greetings from the Ethereal Plane, As per the viral marketing standards of J.J. Abrams, we were granted another installment of the Cloverfield franchise with The Cloverfield Paradox. According to various sources, this film was originally titled God Particle before Abrams and company snatched the script and added a bit of extra footage to tie it … Continue reading THE CLOVERFIELD PARADOX — A Gehenna Post Review