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The Origins of Kenny Kage – Episode 5: Marv Albert, All Hopped Up

In the fifth, and your fearless editor’s favorite installment of The Origins of Kenny Kage, the man himself interviews local comedian “Steven Blueballs”. And yeah, it gets weird. The Origins of Kenny Kage – Episode 1: A Man With No Name The Origins of Kenny Kage – Episode 2: Andy Kaufman Reborn The Origins of Kenny […]

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The Origins of Kenny Kage – Episode 4: Rhode Island’s Best Comic

In the fourth installment of The Origins of Kenny Kage, the biggest star in the history of Public Access Television accepts the award for 2010’s Best Comic in Rhode Island…when he was just supposed to present it. The Origins of Kenny Kage – Episode 1: A Man With No Name The Origins of Kenny Kage – […]

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The Origins of Kenny Kage – Episode 3: Meryl Streep, Not That Good

In the third installment of The Origins of Kenny Kage, Kenny Kage leaves the world of Frozen Flick Reviews behind to debut his brand-new talk show Rage in the Kage. In this edition, he interviews up and coming local actress Danielle Mayer. It doesn’t go well. The Origins of Kenny Kage – Episode 1: A Man With No […]

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The Origins of Kenny Kage – Episode 2: Andy Kaufman Reborn

In the second installment of The Origins of Kenny Kage, Kenny Kage reviews the Jim Carrey-starring Man on the Moon and decides to pay tribute to his hero Andy Kaufman by challenging a woman to a wrestling match live on Public Access television. Will Kenny Kage become the second coming of Andy Kaufman, or will he be […]

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The Origins of Kenny Kage – Episode 1: A Man With No Name

Six years ago, a group of newly-minted Rhode Island College graduates descended upon a Public Access Television studio in Pawtucket, Rhode Island with the intentions of crafting an unforgettable film review show. Seen by virtually no one, it’s safe to say ‘Frozen Flick Reviews’ was not the success story they had planned, but it did […]

Morbidly Amusing Productions taps writer-director Tom DeNucci to pen feature film, ‘SLIMEBUCK’

  PRESS RELEASE Morbidly Amusing Productions, LLC taps writer-director Tom DeNucci to pen feature film, SLIMEBUCK Cranston, RI – March 31, 2016 – Acclaimed filmmaker Tom DeNucci has been tapped to pen a feature film version of SLIMEBUCK by Rhode Island-based production company Morbidly Amusing Productions. This science fiction-driven family comedy centers around the adventures of a boy […]

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‘The Walking Dead’: Season 6 So Far Review

It’s been awhile… …and this season of The Walking Dead has been an intense one. We have seen so many additions and subtractions to the cast of characters that I’ve had trouble keeping track of what is what and who is who. However, as much as I love The Walking Dead, we might have gotten to the […]

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Andrew’s Top Ten Films, Favorite Performances & Other Bests of 2015

With the Oscars now upon us, it’s time for me to look back on the year in film that was 2015. While certainly not the strongest year in recent memory, particularly when it comes to a good chunk of the films being celebrated by the academy, 2015 still provided us cinephiles with plenty of films […]

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Morbidly Amusing’s Most Anticipated Horror Films of 2016

The year in horror that was 2015 has now come and gone, having delivered new horror classics, some massive disappointments, and everything in between. Now it’s time to look ahead to 2016 and see what our favorite genre here at Morbidly Amusing has to potentially offer us over the course of the next eleven months. […]

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The Warrens Take On the Enfield Poltergeist in the First Trailer for James Wan’s ‘The Conjuring 2’

Back in the Summer months of 2014, a horror film burst onto the scene and not only delivered a heavy dose of scares but also delivered big at the box office, a rarity for horror films released in the Summer. And so it comes as little surprise that James Wan, the man behind the Saw and Insidious franchises, […]