2017 in Review: Gehenna & Hinnom Books Summation

Greetings from the Ethereal Plane, 2017 was the birth year of this company, the starting point of what would become a venture that grew in ways we never imagined possible. Back in April, we opened our doors. Our first call for submissions was for the Year's Best Body Horror 2017 Anthology. The volume of authors who … Continue reading 2017 in Review: Gehenna & Hinnom Books Summation

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Call for Submissions — Hinnom Magazine 2018: Bi-Monthly Weird Fiction and Cosmic Horror

Please read the submissions guidelines below. HINNOM MAGAZINE pays $55 for accepted stories over 3,000 words and $30 for stories under 3,000 words.   Greetings from the Valley of Hinnom, With the amazing success of Hinnom Magazine during the year of 2017, we have decided to move onward with this publication and to make several big changes … Continue reading Call for Submissions — Hinnom Magazine 2018: Bi-Monthly Weird Fiction and Cosmic Horror

HINNOM MAGAZINE 002 Cover Reveal and Table of Contents

Greetings from the Valley of Hinnom, We are excited to present to you the cover and table of contents for Hinnom Magazine 002. Cover design is by the amazing Matthew Andrew. His vintage feel for the cover shouts back to the old Weird Tales magazines that helped Lovecraft cement his name in the pulp arena. The homage … Continue reading HINNOM MAGAZINE 002 Cover Reveal and Table of Contents

OATS STUDIOS — Volume 1: Zygote — A Gehenna Post Review

Greetings from the Ether, The last installment of our review series on director Neill Blomkamp's OATS Studios short films--at least until a new short releases--will revolve around "Zygote." An abomination of John Carpenter's The Thing and the video game franchise Dead Space, with a dabble of Event Horizon, "Zygote" is horrifying and grotesque in the most perfect … Continue reading OATS STUDIOS — Volume 1: Zygote — A Gehenna Post Review

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

THE NAMELESS DARK: A COLLECTION by T.E. Grau: A Gehenna Post Review

Greetings from the Ether, Leading up to the much-anticipated release of dark fiction writer T.E. Grau's novella I Am The River, The Gehenna Post is doing an exclusive review series of Grau's two previous works, The Nameless Dark: A Collection (the article you are reading now) and They Don't Come Home Anymore. Once the review series is finalized, … Continue reading THE NAMELESS DARK: A COLLECTION by T.E. Grau: A Gehenna Post Review