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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 […]

Tommy Wiseau’s New Sitcom ‘The Neighbors’ Gets An Incredibly Odd Teaser, Set For Release This September

Most of our faithful readers know by now that we here at Morbidly Amusing are big fans of Tommy Wiseau, the writer-director behind the cult classic The Room. The last news we heard involving the man revolved around James Franco’s plans to helm a film adaptation of the fantastic book, The Disaster Artist, which tells the story […]

FearNet’s ‘Fear Clinic’ Movie Debut Trailer Released

  FearNet is a horror channel and website that features great original programming.  One of those original programs, released back in 2009, was the web-series Fear Clinic that starred Robert England and was directed by Robert Hall, the man behind the cult film ChromeSkull: Laid To Rest 2.  Well, it seems that director Robert Hall […]

Mortal Kombat: Legacy – Season 2 (2013) Review

Series Directed by: Kevin Tancharoen Mortal Kombat was one of the most controversial video games ever released.  The 1995 feature film based on the video game, while entertaining during my childhood, was missing something.  The mixture of a PG-13 rating and characters that weren’t fleshed out besides the three main characters had something to do with […]