Kickstart Sunday: GEHENNA

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Japanese horror films never cease to scare the crap out of me, and Hiroshi Katagiri‘s Gehenna looks like it will be no exception.  Just look at the still above and tell me that doesn’t creep you out just a bit.  Katagiri is setting out to make a story-driven Japanese/American fright flick, which will favor down and dirty practical effects over glossy CG.

This Kickstarter project currently has 33 days remaining with a goal of $250,000.  Click here to donate and show your support today and look below for more information.


Paulina and Tyler visit Saipan to locate the ideal property for their new company resort. After finding the perfect location, they discover a hidden cave on the property and decide to explore with Alan, their local coordinator, and his assistant, Pepe.

The cave reveals a long abandoned Japanese military base, dating back to WW2. Further investigation uncovers several dried up corpses, but curiosity outweighs fear and they walk further.

From the darkness, an elderly man approaches; a man barely recognizable as human. Horrible deformities ravage his frail body, as if he had been living in the cave for his entire life.

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