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Category Archives: Cats
Some time ago, the following image appeared in one of the Worth1000 thematic image-creation competitions — a lovely piece of digital manipulation using the latest Photoshop technology (created by “boofhead”): But the idea of a rampaging giant cat didn’t begin … Continue reading
Schlock patriarch Ted V. Mikels, whose blood-drenched exploitation films were grindhouse regulars back in the 1970s, has revealed to Undead Backbrain that a third sequel to one of his classics is about to start filming. His 1971 camp horror classic … Continue reading
It might be brief, but it’s cute… Thanks, Avery!
Yay! Another Simon’s Cat cartoon has appeared. Love ‘em! More Simon’s Cat
Source: icanhascheezburger.com via Cat Sparks
This guy’s been spying on us…. It cracks me up! Animated by Simon Tofield of Tandem films.
Soon to go into production — and starring Nemo (aka “Mister White”) — is Fantom Feline Against the Dragon. Peter Jackson was set to direct, but when Nemo (who wrote the script) refused to change the title to The Hobbit, … Continue reading
Here’s another great cat cartoon. Happens to me all the time:
This is frighteningly accurate! Animated by Simon Tofield of Tandem films.