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

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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

The Secret of Ventriloquism by Jon Padgett — A Gehenna Post Review

Greetings from the Ether, We are excited to present our review of Jon Padgett's The Secret of Ventriloquism, which follows our previous review of his chilling novella The Infusorium, which can be read here. These journeys through the eerie and macabre will culminate into one final exploration of Jon Padgett's mind via an interview that the author has … Continue reading The Secret of Ventriloquism by Jon Padgett — A Gehenna Post Review

The Gull: And Other Short Tales of Horror by David Turton — A Gehenna Post Review

Greetings from the Ethereal Plane, David Turton started his writing career in 2017 and, within a few months, racked up quite a few impressive publications in a short time, including three stories published with Gehenna & Hinnom Books: "Length" in the Year's Best Body Horror 2017 Anthology and "Bonjour, Stevie" in Hinnom Magazine Issue 003, and "The … Continue reading The Gull: And Other Short Tales of Horror by David Turton — A Gehenna Post Review

HOUSE OF WINDOWS by John Langan — A Gehenna Post Review

Greetings from the Ethereal Plane, Dark fiction titan John Langan has been on the scene for many years, producing numerous memorable tales, collections, and novels along the way. We previously reviewed his 2016 effort, The Fisherman, and now present to you our analysis of House of Windows. Once all is said and done, we’ll cap off the review … Continue reading HOUSE OF WINDOWS by John Langan — A Gehenna Post Review

THE FISHERMAN by John Langan — A Gehenna Post Review

Greetings from the Ether, Dark fiction titan John Langan has been on the scene for many years, producing numerous memorable tales, collections, and novels along the way. In 2016, Langan released The Fisherman. The poetic, imaginative novel went on to win the Bram Stoker Award for Best Novel. It is our pleasure to present the first … Continue reading THE FISHERMAN by John Langan — A Gehenna Post Review

Star Wars Episode VIII: The Last Jedi: The Changing of the Guard — A Gehenna Post Review

Greetings from the Ether, The immortal franchise of Star Wars has seen many highs and lows, between the original trilogy's achievements to the prequel trilogy's lackluster execution. One thing that has remained consistent with the series is the general consensus between audiences and critics. In The Last Jedi, a schism has occurred. Audiences are divided down the … Continue reading Star Wars Episode VIII: The Last Jedi: The Changing of the Guard — A Gehenna Post Review