The quality of this film – concerning cats and otherwise – should be easy to recognize from the pun-tastic title. This Christmas movie is all about the kittens. When Santa becomes incapacitated, it’s up to three kittens to transport all of the presents to the right homes – and boy, do they deliver. Everything about… Read More

Hocus Pocus is a difficult one to pin down for a review. In a sense, there isn’t really a cat in the movie. Instead, there is a boy who, by the witches in the film, gets turned into a cat. However, he is played by a real cat for most of the scenes in the… Read More

With a name like “Catwoman,” you probably expect the film to have some cats. I’m here to tell you that this movie does not disappoint. From the very beginning to the final scene, cats are dispersed throughout the film. The introduction to the film – over which the credits roll – can often be a… Read More

Written by Carianne Steinman San Diego Comic-Con is coming up this week. The large gathering is full of exclusive goodies and previews for comics, games, television, and movies. It describes itself as a “celebration of popular arts,” and anyone who goes can confirm this is true. Like any gathering involving the pop culture, cats are… Read More

(photo source: Some movies just get cats right. The attitude, the matching walk, as well as the playfulness and the love cats have for their people. These films are likely made by cat people, the ones who understand the strange dynamic between feline and their human companion. Then there are other movies that get… Read More

I recently had the opportunity to chat with the wonderful Mary Kate Wiles! In this video, we chat about her cat Rosie (named after Rosie Cotton from Lord of the Rings), as well as her work with cats, her favorite film cat, and what she has planned for the future. Check it out: Mary Kate… Read More

“That Darn Cat!” is a movie for every cat lover. It begins by following the cat, a beautiful chocolate point siamese with bright blue eyes, prowling around his neighborhood, taunting a dog in one yard, stealing food after sneaking into the next house. One place he wanders into happens to be the apartment of two… Read More

I’ve never met a film more difficult to review. Most movies make it obvious – the cat is featured a lot or a little, it’s treated well or very poorly. Manglehorn is different, and as such is more difficult to judge. I’ve currently given it a solid three, but with more reflection this may change.… Read More

We’re branching out to more than just movies. With this expansion, I’m delighted to bring you “KittyChat,” a new interview series. In KittyChat, I talk with creative artists about their love of cats. In this episode, I chat with Jenny Parks, a talented illustrator who masters in famous characters drawn as cats. Check it out below!… Read More

While we spend most of our time rating cat movies of both the past and present, most of them tend to be on DVD. Meanwhile, you might be wanting to see a cat on the big screen. What are you to do? We still want to help. Because we love cats you can see in the… Read More