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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 – […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

Zombies, Vampires & Aliens Duke It Out in First Red-Band Trailer for ‘Freaks of Nature’

It’s been another disappointing Halloween season as far as new horror releases go, but a new red-band trailer has dropped for a horror-comedy that may appeal to some of us fanatics. Freaks of Nature is a horror-comedy flick that comes from a script written by Oren Uziel (22 Jump Street) that made The Black List (which […]

The Horror Film Goes Meta in First Trailer for ‘The Final Girls’

It burst onto the film scene back in March at South by Southwest and now its first trailer is here to slice its way through the masses. The Final Girls is a meta horror comedy from director Todd Strauss-Schulson (A Very Harold & Kumar 3D Christmas) and writers M.A. Fortin & Joshua John Miller. It centers […]

Kevin Smith’s ‘Tusk’ (2014) Review

Rated R 102 min. Written & Directed by Kevin Smith Starring: Michael Parks, Justin Long, Haley Joel Osment, Genesis Rodriguez & Johnny Depp “Is man indeed a walrus at heart?” This is a question posed by Howard Howe (Michael Parks) to asshole podcaster Wallace Bryton (Justin Long) in Kevin Smith’s latest film, Tusk. I’ll be honest, […]

Jason’s Fatality Theater

For fans of Friday the 13th & Mortal Kombat: Ever wonder what would happen if Friday the 13th slasher Jason Voorhees stepped out of Crystal Lake and entered Shoa Kahn’s Arena? Well this video answers that question as the machete wielding madman observes the fatalities from Mortal Kombat (2011) and rates the most brutal. Enjoy […]

‘Tucker and Dale Vs Evil 2’ Announced, More Redneck Carnage To Come

Tucker and Dale Vs Evil was a pretty terrific horror/comedy that seemed to come out of nowhere, and for those that have never heard of it, the film follows two kind-hearted rednecks that are mistaken for psychotic murderers.   It has been three years since that film was released and in a surprise announcement, it […]

The Regurgitator’s Rot Got Musical Revue – Killswitch Diss-Engaged

The Regurgitator comes back with his third review for Morbidlyamusing.com. This time in a special Grammy award episode showcasing a stupendous review for the band Killswitch Engage. The album being reviewed here is the widely popular ‘Disarm the Descent’. This is also dedicated to the memory of legendary Gwar frontman Dave Brockie aka Oderus Urungus […]