Haunted Honeymoon

Unearthed Books brings on the depravity with ‘Hellucination: A Memoir’

Looks like Unearthed Films has gone in the publishing direction as well, this new release just came over on a book written by the president himself. I’ll let you read the details on this trippy new release.

A drug-fueled trip through the gruesome levels of Hell may sound like a fictional horror story to some, and since the traveler in question was movie distributor Stephen Biro, it could just as easily have been one of his film projects. But Stephen’s experiences were the real, life-changing sort. They’re also proof that the Lord does work in mysterious ways — extending all the way to squares of LSD and nitrous oxide cartridges.

http://www.unearthedfilms.com/

Armed with psychedelics, hallucinogenics and a brave desire to meet God no matter the personal cost, Stephen pushed beyond the boundaries of safe drug use. He took the most nightmarish of trips from a cramped one-bedroom apartment that he used for running his underground video business. With initial difficulty finding God in his altered state, Stephen instead encountered depravity and grotesquery enough to make his soul weep, but he pushed on. And if that wasn’t bad enough, his Hellish experiences bled over into his waking days, and his friends and acquaintances began identifying themselves to him as Antichrists, deities and other assorted beings from “the other side.” Reality was blurring and shifting, and Stephen was run utterly ragged. Could he fulfill his quest to learn universal truths before his extreme drug use took its toll?

Hellucination: A Memoir spares no disturbing detail of the unusual route that one man took to find Christ and the God of the Bible. The memoir also follows younger Stephen through his 1970s childhood and his bizarre early encounters with religion that drove him to Atheism.

Mind-boggling and enthralling. The visualization techniques used is astounding. – Paul White – Producer of Bride of Re-Animator and Brian Yuzna’s Society

I felt myself questioning my faith, or lack of faith, on religion, Jesus, God, the Devil, and what the purpose and point of my life and existence really was/is. I think that is the point of the book. The book raises awareness and makes readers think about the meaning of life and what their purpose is in it. That, in itself, is a pretty scary thing to think and ponder about. – Hellucination – Book review by www.shuizmz.com

Cinematic… it’s going to scare the Hell out of some Christians. – Jim VanBebber – Director of The Manson Family and Deadbeat At Dawn

This entry was posted in News and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink.

Also, if you like following updates on industry Horror News..
Make sure to subscribe to our RSS Feed!

About Horrornews.net

Horrornews.net is a popular Horror Genre site.

HNN is a full featured Horror resource that focuses on News, Upcoming Horror Film Releases, Reviews, Articles, Interviews, Art, Trailers and Industry Features.

HNN is aimed at providing one of the Top resources for the film and book reviews to consumers by covering a large spectrum of Horror titles combined with Cult films, Asian Horror and Extreme Underground Films.

One Response to Unearthed Books brings on the depravity with ‘Hellucination: A Memoir’

  1. Carol park says:

    What sick and depraved people are you to write a joke book about dead babies, have your any idea how upset some people are. I hope that whoever has wrote this book experiences the grief and they might think why did I think it was funny.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>

Articles of Interest from Web