ANNOUNCEMENT! Halloween Blowout Sale on G&H Publications

Greetings from the Ether, We are happy to announce that from the 25th-31st of October, we will discount all our titles to $0.99 on Amazon. We may have some difficulty running the promotion for Hinnom Magazine Issue 003, but rest assured, we will do our best to include the Halloween-themed issue in the lot. We advise … Continue reading ANNOUNCEMENT! Halloween Blowout Sale on G&H Publications

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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

ANNOUNCEMENT: An Introduction At Last

Greetings from the Ethereal Plane, We had high hopes for securing an introduction from an essential voice in body horror, and while that didn't pan out, the possibility of attaining an introduction for Volume II of the Year's Best Body Horror Anthology series from said voice looks likely for 2018. However, you don't have to be … Continue reading ANNOUNCEMENT: An Introduction At Last

OATS STUDIOS – VOLUME 1: Rakka — A Gehenna Post Review

Greetings from the Nether Realm, Director Neill Blomkamp has proven himself time and again as an innovative director, bringing to life such films as District 9 (2009), Elysium (2013), and Chappie (2015). It was rumored a few years ago that Blomkamp was working on an Alien (1979) film that would continue the franchise directly picking up where James Cameron's Aliens (1986) left off. Such characters as Michael … Continue reading OATS STUDIOS – VOLUME 1: Rakka — A Gehenna Post Review

Call for Submissions — Science Fiction Anthology, “Year’s Best Transhuman SF”

CLOSED TO SUBMISSIONS as of 8/15/2017 Greetings from the Ether, The second anthology of Gehenna & Hinnom will be published in late-November of 2017. It will feature only the most speculative, intriguing, and mind-enhancing science fiction stories readers have ever read. The challenge is up to you, the authors. How in depth is your grasp … Continue reading Call for Submissions — Science Fiction Anthology, “Year’s Best Transhuman SF”

HINNOM MAGAZINE 001 Cover Reveal and Table of Contents

Greetings from the Ether, It is with much joy that we now share the cover art for the inaugural issue of Hinnom Magazine, by the fantastic L.A. Spooner, as well as the Table of Contents. The magazine will hit print and e-book on June 30th, 2017 for all major distributors including Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and … Continue reading HINNOM MAGAZINE 001 Cover Reveal and Table of Contents

ALIEN: COVENANT and the Search for Ridley Scott — A Gehenna Post Review

Nearly 40 years ago, 38 to be precise, audiences were stunned with a film that would not only spawn a franchise, but also create an entire science fiction legacy, atop of the fire that it would breathe into the life of one director's career--none other than Ridley Scott, who would go on to craft such … Continue reading ALIEN: COVENANT and the Search for Ridley Scott — A Gehenna Post Review