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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 […]

Kyle Cerilli’s Short Horror Film ‘SlimeBuck: The Strange Tale of A Boy and His Monster’ Set to Premiere November 6th at Rhode Island College

Last Fall, a film crew descended upon the Cerilli household in Cranston, Rhode Island to make a short horror film. This film, SlimeBuck: The Strange Tale of a Boy and His Monster, is directed by local filmmaker Tom DeNucci from a script by our founder here at Morbidly Amusing, Dr. Morbid himself, Kyle Cerilli. Well, […]

Tom DeNucci’s Horror Flick ‘Almost Mercy’ Hits VOD & iTunes Today

From Rhode Island-based filmmaker Tom DeNucci comes Almost Mercy, a new horror flick centered on a friendship between two burgeoning sociopaths. What could possibly go wrong? Starring horror icons Kane Hodder and Bill Moseley, Almost Mercy is DeNucci’s third feature-length directorial effort, following Self Storage and Army of the Damned. As many of our readers may already know, this past Fall […]

Dr. Morbid’s Short Horror Film ‘SLIME-BUCK’ Is Becoming A Reality

Earlier this month, a film crew descended upon the Cerilli household in Cranston, Rhode Island to make a short horror film. This film, SLIME-BUCK – The Strange Tale of a Boy and his Monster, is directed by local filmmaker Tom DeNucci from a script by our founder here at Morbidly Amusing, Dr. Morbid himself, Kyle Cerilli. […]

New Horror Film ‘Almost Mercy’ Promises A New Breed Of Terror, Co-Stars Kane Hodder And Bill Moseley

  The Woodhaven Production Company and Verdi Productions  announced that they will be producing three feature films over the next 10 months.  This includes Bad Hurt (a drama), Bleed For This (a boxing film that involves Oscar-winner Martin Scorsese) and last but not least, Tom DeNucci’s third feature film Almost Mercy. Tom DeNucci (writer/director of […]

Michael Berryman Interviewed About ‘Army of the Damned’

  I have covered Tom DeNucci’s film, Army of the Damned, previously (in a review I gave it an 8 out of 10).  In this interview with Michael Berryman (The Hills Have Eyes), he talks about his role in Tom’s film playing Crazy Earl, and working with the young director.  For more interviews and Behind-The-Scenes content, […]

Army of the Damned (2013) Review

Rated: R 90 mins. Written &  Directed by:  Tom DeNucci Army of the Damned is Tom  DeNucci’s second feature film and he shows much promise as a young 29 year old Director.  The films plot follows Police Captain Bridge, followed by a Cops-like reality TV show crew (the cameraman played by none other than ex-NSync […]

An Interview With Horror Director Tom DeNucci – Part 2

Tom DeNucci is a horror actor/ writer/ director, who has been responsible for two full-length feature films in 2013, “Self Storage” and ”Army of the Damned”, the first of which is currently available on Netflix. He recently (October 19th) premiered “Army of the Damned” at this years Rock N’ Shock horror convention held in Worchester, […]

An Interview With Horror Director Tom DeNucci – Part 1

Tom DeNucci is a horror actor/ writer/ director who has been responsible for two full-length feature films in 2013, “Self Storage” and ”Army of the Damned”, the first of which is currently available on Netflix. He recently (October 19th) premiered “Army of the Damned” at this years Rock N’ Shock horror convention held in Worchester, […]

Self Storage (2013) Review

Rated: R 93 mins.  Written & Directed by: Tom DeNucci . Tom DeNucci is a name to keep an eye on, not just because he’s from my home state of Rhode Island, but because this is his directorial debut and Self Storage is pretty damned entertaining.  The story, although it basically falls into basic slasher territory, adds […]