SEFIRA & OTHER BETRAYALS By John Langan – A Lisa Quigley Gehenna Post Review

Greetings from the Ether, Nearly daily, I am blown away by the quality, diversity, and profusion of talent that is available for the consumption of horror readers. The work of John Langan is no exception, and his latest collection Sefira and Other Betrayals deserves to be promoted to the top of your TBR pile yesterday—but … Continue reading SEFIRA & OTHER BETRAYALS By John Langan – A Lisa Quigley Gehenna Post Review

Top 100 Films & Television Series You Didn’t Know Were Lovecraftian (Parts 1 Through 4 Compiled)

Greetings from the Ether, We have compiled our "Lovecraft in Film" series. Join us as we explore 100 films that, while not direct adaptations, are inspired either partially or greatly by Lovecraft's fiction. Prepare for madness as we embark into the unknown. These films are in NO PARTICULAR ORDER. This is not a ranked list. … Continue reading Top 100 Films & Television Series You Didn’t Know Were Lovecraftian (Parts 1 Through 4 Compiled)

Top 100 Films & Television Series You Didn’t Know Were Lovecraftian (Part 4 of 4)

Greetings from the Ether, As the final part of our "Lovecraft in Film" series, we will be exploring 25 films that, while not direct adaptations, are inspired either partially or greatly by Lovecraft's fiction. Prepare for madness as we embark into the unknown. These films are in NO PARTICULAR ORDER. This is not a ranked … Continue reading Top 100 Films & Television Series You Didn’t Know Were Lovecraftian (Part 4 of 4)

Top 100 Films & Television Series You Didn’t Know Were Lovecraftian (Part 3 of 4)

Greetings from the Ether, As the third part of our "Lovecraft in Film" series, we will be exploring 25 films that, while not direct adaptations, are inspired either partially or greatly by Lovecraft's fiction. Prepare for madness as we embark into the unknown. These films are in NO PARTICULAR ORDER. This is not a ranked … Continue reading Top 100 Films & Television Series You Didn’t Know Were Lovecraftian (Part 3 of 4)

Top 100 Films & Television Series You Didn’t Know Were Lovecraftian (Part 2 of 4)

Greetings from the Ether, As the second part of our "Lovecraft in Film" series, we will be exploring 25 films that, while not direct adaptations, are inspired either partially or greatly by Lovecraft's fiction. Prepare for madness as we embark into the unknown. These films are in NO PARTICULAR ORDER. This is not a ranked … Continue reading Top 100 Films & Television Series You Didn’t Know Were Lovecraftian (Part 2 of 4)

Top 100 Films & Television Series You Didn’t Know Were Lovecraftian (Part 1 of 4)

Greetings from the Ether, As the first part of our "Lovecraft in Film" series, we will be exploring 25 films that, while not direct adaptations, are inspired either partially or greatly by Lovecraft's fiction. Prepare for madness as we embark into the unknown. These films are in NO PARTICULAR ORDER. This is not a ranked … Continue reading Top 100 Films & Television Series You Didn’t Know Were Lovecraftian (Part 1 of 4)

MANIAC (2018) Review: A Dazzling Journey both Mind-Bending and Emotional

Greetings from the Ether, To open up the New Year, we wanted to start off with a review of a Netflix original series that hasn't received the attention and love it deserves. While not necessarily horror or weird, MANIAC borders the lines of several genres and through its scope and originality, bolsters the significant distinction of … Continue reading MANIAC (2018) Review: A Dazzling Journey both Mind-Bending and Emotional

OPPERTOBER: The Crimson Tome By K. A. Opperman — A Gehenna Post Review

Greetings from the Ether, As part of our interview special with the renowned K. A. Opperman, we're opening up with a review of the poet's 2016 collection The Crimson Tome, published by Hippocampus Press. Opperman was the first poet we ever published, and is single-handedly responsible for Hinnom Magazine opening up for poetry. The next issue, which releases … Continue reading OPPERTOBER: The Crimson Tome By K. A. Opperman — A Gehenna Post Review

THE ENDLESS (2017) — A Gehenna Post Review

Greetings from the Ether, Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead have gained a reputation for being the premier Lovecraftian directors working in film today. Their ideas are original, their direction crisp, and they consistently yield scripts unorthodox with an inkling of true genius interwoven between the lines. Their latest effort, The Endless, just might be their best … Continue reading THE ENDLESS (2017) — A Gehenna Post Review