Wildcat Cult

Halloween, vintage photos, dry humor and comic strips. 

Dreaming of being Spider-Man

Posted 2011-06-12 13:33:40 | Views: 9,604

Dreams aren't just made for kids.

Black Cat wants Attention

Posted 2011-06-11 13:55:19 | Views: 9,767


This is what it looks like when a

is trying to:

A. Catch the cameras flash.


B. Be an attention whore.


C. All of the above.
































The Simpson's Creator Matt Groening freelanced for Apple

Posted 2011-06-10 08:20:20 | Views: 8,828

The Simpson's creator Matt Groening

did work for Apple.

In this booklet, dating all the way back to 1989, there are quite a few Matt Groening pieces, and a handful of glimpses at old school MACs, and the commercial concepts that accompanied them.

Apparently Matt Groening did some illustration work for MAC back in the days.

Less Sleep, Less Bullshit

Posted 2011-06-10 07:10:39 | Views: 10,154

Can She Cook?

Posted 2011-06-09 10:50:54 | Views: 9,426

Something Every Man Wants to Know

What Happens At a Busy NYC Intersection

Posted 2011-06-09 07:30:02 | Views: 7,812

 NYC Intersection Perfection?


Ron Gabriel lives in NYC and wants "to show our interconnected role in improving the safety and usability of our streets."


Instead of writing some tired editorial, the visual artist pointed a camera at a busy New York City intersection and recorded what happens when cars, bikes and pedestrians come together in one place. I'm not sure what's more impressive — the videography or that nobody got hurt during the making of the film. [Ron Gabriel via Kottke]


Millennium Falcon Bed (Star Wars)

Posted 2011-06-08 22:30:11 | Views: 9,437

Millennium Falcon Bed

Every geeks wet dream is here. The most famous Star Wars ship is coming home, as a bed.  Leia model not included.



Designed by Kayla Kromer the Millennium Falcon Bed is a Star Wars geek dream come true. I mean, look at it, it is a bed shaped like the Millennium Falcon from Star Wars. And there is a lady dressed as Princess Leia, for crying out loud. The only thing that would make this dream better is if she was wearing the metal bikini outfit from Jabba’s Palace in Return of the Jedi.  Apart from the incredible design, the Millennium Falcon Bed features working headlights, hidden compartments for your every day needs, starfield projection and even cockpit space for you favorite Star-Wars action figures. I’m pretty sure that every Star Wars fan would love to sleep on this bed. Would you love to sleep on it ? Pictures by Heather Leah Kennedy.

Have You Paid Your Bill?

Posted 2011-06-08 22:20:40 | Views: 8,972

No, has anyone lately in this economy?

Dean Martin was born Yesterday

Posted 2011-06-08 21:59:39 | Views: 7,769





Somebody should have told DEAN MARTIN (Dino Paul Crocetti, 1917-95) that his canary-yellow turtleneck in the Matt Helm movies didn’t flatter a face tanned like saddle leather. Martin was already an established Hollywood and Vegas property when he made The Silencers (1966), first of four campy perversions of Donald Hamilton’s tough, witty spy novels, and subsequent influence on everything from Mel Brooks’s “Get Smart” series to Mike Myers’s Austin Powers franchise. The opening sequence has Helm sliding from a tilting circular bed into a vast bubble bath with his ‘secretary’ Lovey Kravezit then emerging to be buffed with power towels and fitted with silk kimonos dropped from above — the bachelor-pad equivalent of overcomplicated battle-prep assembly lines in Gerry Anderson’s Thunderbirds Are GO (also 1966) or Nick Park’s The Wrong Trousers (1993). The Helm movies are tedious babe-parades loosely draped over supervillian-in-underground-lair-bent-on-global-domination plots, but they mark an important shift in Dino’s long and unstoppable career: from cherished if slightly goofy crooner-comedian of the Martin-Lewis and Rat Pack heydays, to dinner-jacketed hunk of boiled meat. Hosting the Dean Martin celebrity roasts of the 1970s, laboured televisusal festspielen that skewered a gallery of hilo notables ranging from Barry Goldwater and Ralph Nader to Truman Capote and Evel Knievel, Martin reached his nadir. Always in the middle seat, making with the conspicuous guffaw, highball and cigarette reliably in hand, there was tan-tan Dino, cocoa-butter shell of a man. Kick in the head is right.












Creepiest Video of All Time

Posted 2011-06-07 16:50:02 | Views: 7,719

What the Hell?

Look, I know you pop music people like your little radio music and your American Idol and your Jersey Shore and whatever else BS you are into. I just saw this, come on! I first thought this was an SNL satire of some sort. The guy reminds me of those 52 year old men you see that are recently divorced and drop 10k in the VIP in South Beach or Vegas. Shit's creepy as hell. Age with grace pop music people...or we are fucked.

This has to be the creepiest video of all time.