Black Oracle is a fanzine published by George Stover devoted to horror literature and film.
Black Oracle was first published in the late 1960s. It later evolved into the larger magazine Cinemacabre.
Featured were interviews with Robert Bloch, film stills and movie reviews.
Director Don Dohler read about George Stover's zine in a local paper and tracked him down and the two became friends, with Stover performing in all of Dohler's horror and science fiction films. However Stovermay be better known as one of John Water's repertory players, making his screen debut in Female Trouble.