Behold the Void by Philip Fracassi: A Gehenna Post Review

Greetings from the Ether, Closing our review series with Philip Fracassi's work, we present to you Behold the Void. Fracassi's debut collection and a piece that will not soon be forgotten by dark fiction enthusiasts. We previously reviewed Fragile Dreams and Sacculina, two chapbooks by the author that prepared us for the journey that is Behold the Void. We … Continue reading Behold the Void by Philip Fracassi: A Gehenna Post Review

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Blade Runner 2049: Modern Struggles of a Visual Masterpiece

Greetings from the Ether, We had announced a review for Blade Runner 2049 a couple days ago, following our review of the original, and after seeing the early showing. Our hesitation was based in the fact that this film needed time to digest. The film was breathtaking, mind-boggling, and possibly one of the most beautiful movies … Continue reading Blade Runner 2049: Modern Struggles of a Visual Masterpiece

Blade Runner (1982): Do Replicants Dream of White Unicorns? — A Gehenna Post Review

Greetings from the Ethereal Plane, In anticipation for the long-awaited sequel Blade Runner 2049 (which we will be reviewing later on tonight!), and the upcoming Transhuman Anthology, we wanted to delve into the classic film from Ridley Scott that started it all. Nevertheless, let the review commence! Based in a dystopian world, Blade Runner Rick Deckard (Harrison … Continue reading Blade Runner (1982): Do Replicants Dream of White Unicorns? — A Gehenna Post Review

Demons (2017) and the Quest of Indie Film — A Gehenna Post Review

Greetings from the Ether, We were given the honor to attend an early screening of Demons, a new horror film from Mississippi powerhouse Miles Doleac (American Horror Story, The Magnificent Seven). We would first like to thank the director for the invite and for him reaching out to the Gehenna Post. We hope this will be the … Continue reading Demons (2017) and the Quest of Indie Film — A Gehenna Post Review

Sacculina by Philip Fracassi: A Gehenna Post Review

Greetings from the Ethereal Plane, As the second part of our review series of critically-acclaimed dark fiction writer Philip Fracassi's work -- preceded by our review of Fragile Dreams and to be followed by a review of his new collection Behold the Void -- we now present our review of his novella, Sacculina. The review series will be finalized … Continue reading Sacculina by Philip Fracassi: A Gehenna Post Review

Fragile Dreams by Philip Fracassi: A Gehenna Post Review

Greetings from the Ether, As part of our new review series, we will be reviewing three works by critically-acclaimed author Philip Fracassi. The first is the review of Fragile Dreams, which you are reading, and will be followed by Sacculina, and last but certainly not least, his new collection Behold the Void. The review series will be … Continue reading Fragile Dreams by Philip Fracassi: A Gehenna Post Review

IT (2017) — One of the Best King Adaptations and a Terrifying Thrill Ride — A Gehenna Post Review

Greetings from the Ethereal Plane, The last chapter of our review series for Stephen King's IT is upon us. We reviewed the novel, the miniseries, and now we present to you the review for the highly anticipated 2017 remake of King's classic tale. Does it live up to the hype? Is it better than the miniseries? … Continue reading IT (2017) — One of the Best King Adaptations and a Terrifying Thrill Ride — A Gehenna Post Review

Stephen King’s IT (1990): An Adaptation that Floats on Aged Waters — A Gehenna Post Review

Greetings from the Ether, Earlier, we reviewed the novel of Stephen King's IT, as a part of our review series leading to the release of the new film tonight. Now we present to you our review for the 1990 miniseries. Engraved in our memories as frightening at the time, let's see how well it floats against … Continue reading Stephen King’s IT (1990): An Adaptation that Floats on Aged Waters — A Gehenna Post Review

Stephen King’s IT (1986): A Horrific Epic with a Heart of Gold — A Gehenna Post Review

Welcome to Gehenna &            (Derry)            Hinnom. This is the first review in our series leading up to the release of the 2017 film, IT.  The miniseries will follow some time tomorrow and the review for the new film will be up tomorrow night around midnight or … Continue reading Stephen King’s IT (1986): A Horrific Epic with a Heart of Gold — A Gehenna Post Review

43 Underrated Films from the Darker Side of Cinema You’ve Probably Never Seen — A Gehenna Post Article

Greetings from the Ether, In today's age of cinema, where anyone with a camera can make a film, it is easy to overlook and/or under-appreciate certain movies that entirely deserve more credit when considering what they effectively achieve. In this list, you will find 43 films that we felt are lacking in recognition and that … Continue reading 43 Underrated Films from the Darker Side of Cinema You’ve Probably Never Seen — A Gehenna Post Article