Greetings from the Ether, Best news in a while is that Hinnom 010 is officially live! Our first release since the smash success of the Kickstarter. Thank you to everyone who supported us through thick and thin. We have releases lined up every month for the next several, so this is only the beginning. Thanks to all … Continue reading HINNOM 010 IS LIVE! Plus A Note on Radio Silence!
Greetings from the Ether, We are happy to announce that both the paperbacks and e-books of Strange Company and Others by Peter Rawlik and Hinnom Magazine Issue 010 are live for pre-orders! Just click through the images below! Individual links for each edition will be at the bottom. Thanks for all your support and we can't wait to … Continue reading STRANGE COMPANY & HINNOM 010 PAPERBACKS LIVE FOR PRE-ORDERS!
Greetings from the Ether, A couple years back, Jordan Peele blessed us with the film that was Get Out, a mind-boggling study in cultural stereotypes with a large mix of horror spread throughout. Many were eager to see Peele's sophomoric film US for obvious reasons. While it is an entirely different film than Get Out in just about … Continue reading US (2019) — A Gehenna Post Review
Greetings from the Ether, As promised, the first year of Hinnom Magazine is now free on the site. Follow this link, or click on "Free Issues of Hinnom Magazine" in the website menu at the top of this page. Over 400 pages of fiction, interviews, reviews, and more are now within your grasp. If you ever wanted … Continue reading Hinnom Magazine Database is Live!
PLEASE READ THE SUBMISSIONS GUIDELINES BELOW. THE HINNOM MAGAZINE RETRO "WEIRD TALES" EDITION WILL BE A PROFESSIONAL MARKET, PAYING 6 CENTS ($0.06) PER WORD FOR FICTION, AND WILL ONLY BE OPEN TO FEMALE AUTHORS. Greetings from Hinnom Valley, After the immense success of the Kickstarter, we're kicking things into gear. We mentioned a "retro" edition of Hinnom Magazine … Continue reading Call for Submissions — Hinnom Magazine Retro “Weird Tales” Edition: WOMEN ONLY
Greetings from the Ether, As our Kickstarter hits its final week, we want to take the time to highlight another Kickstarter that is in its final two days of crowdfunding. REANIMATED is a short film from Tom Byrne, and we firmly believe it has the makings for a classic of Lovecraftian film. Let's dive into what the … Continue reading REANIMATED – A Short Film Based on the Works of H. P. Lovecraft — Final 24 Hours and $200 Away from Meeting its Goal!
Greetings from the Ether, The upcoming adaptation of Frank Herbert's Dune is shaping up to be a massive motion picture event. Barring the film experiencing a similar fate to David Lynch's 1984 financial disaster/cult classic adaptation, Denis Villeneuve's track record and what is likely to be a gigantic budget are definitely hyping up the film. The … Continue reading What We Know About Denis Villeneuve’s DUNE So Far . . .
As has come to be expected these days, the Super Bowl's main attraction for entertainment fans resided in the trailers that were premiered during the game. There was a revelation of sorts this year, that only cemented what we at Gehenna & Hinnom have said for a few years now. Horror and Sci-Fi are making … Continue reading Sci-Fi & Horror Dominated the Super Bowl — Here are the Highlights
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)
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)