Dominic Stabile's bizarre fiction has appeared in numerous magazines and anthologies, including The Horror Zine, Sanitarium Magazine, Atticus Review, and Fossil Lake III: Unicornado! He is a regular contributor to Manor House Productions' horror podcast, which produces haunting audio dramas.
His bizarro-noir thriller, Stone Work, was released in 2016 by Mirror Matter Press and then re-released by Sinister Grin Press in 2017. The second book in the series, Stone Wall, was published by SGP in 2017. His Weird Western, "Full Moon in the West," was released by Grinning Skull Press in 2016. The third installment in the Stone series, Stone Dead, is scheduled to be released in late 2017/early 2018.
Category Archives: movie reviews
This one threw me off a little, but not necessarily in a bad way. My expectation for this one going in was that it would be good, wholesome, schlocky fun. And by that I of course mean I … Continue reading
What do mechanical alien cephalopods, future boobs, and Bruce Campbell have in common? Moontrap. Astronauts Ray (Bruce Campbell) and Jason (Walter Koenig) happen upon a derelict spacecraft, floating aimlessly through space. Upon investigating it, they uncover an odd metal egg … Continue reading
Termite aliens from outer space? I don’t know. What? Oh, Bruce Campbell’s in it? Why didn’t you say so? Let’s do this! I have not seen every Bruce Campbell movie ever made. Part of the reason for that is many … Continue reading
I’ve seen this one before, but thought it would be a perfect choice for this page. Not to mention, She Who Wears the Flesh of Her Enemies had not seen it, and I thought that needed to be fixed. You … Continue reading
“In the year 1990 the Bronx is officially declared No Man’s Land. The authorities give up all attempts to restore law and order. From then on the area is ruled by the Riders”. This 1982 release, directed by Enzo G. Castellari, … Continue reading
A Nymphoid Barbarian in Dinosaur Hell – that’s a title. This 1990 Troma production is short on dialogue and plot. But it still manages to entertain. Our nymphoid (yes, that word is made up) barbarian is the last woman … Continue reading