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Captain Feline Desktop Wallpaper Calendar: January 2013

It’s time to freshen up your desktop with Captain Feline’s “Felineship” Desktop Wallpaper Calendar for January 2013!

Enter to Win an Amazing Captain Feline Prize Pack

There’s still time to help celebrate Captain Feline coming to life by entering the GeekTyrant giveaway! One lucky fan will take home a one-of-a-kind prize pack! (Closes 1/12/2013 8:00 PM). There’s really no more to read here – just go and enter the Captain Feline/GeekTyrant Giveaway! Winner will receive a Captain Feline debut t-shirt of […]

Here Kitty, Kitty

Captain Feline and Catster are proud to join forces to give away a bunch of free stuff. Did someone say ‘free’? Oh, right – that was me. But anyway, if you’d like to win a Captain Feline t-shirt and wall calendar, plus a Captain/Catster mug and another t-shirt from Kelly of Saucewear (who happens to be a Captain Feline partner as well), then you simply must check out the giveaway…

Captain Feline is almost here!

Captain Feline is almost here! Captain Feline is almost here! The launch of Captain Feline is imminent!

Help Launch Captain Feline!

Captain Feline is finally here!

After a year of work, Dave and I have at last launched Captain Feline on Kickstarter. You can help get our first completely indie brand off the ground by pledging towards the project on Kickstarter.

Interview with artist/designer Pete Bessent aka Purple Cactus

Matthew Dunn sits down with with artist/designer Pete Bessent aka Purple Cactus for a GritFX Magazine interview.

The Best Death Scene In Movie History

The Best Death Scene In Movie History (aka The Most Absurd Death Scene In Movie History)…

The Ten Best Films I Saw In 2011

There were some great films released in 2011. Lars VonTrier, despite his Hitler comments at Cannes, produced another great work in Melancholia. Woody Allen served up his best film in years with Midnight In Paris. Kevin Smith tried something different and almost succeeded with his off-beat horror film Red State. Margin Call and The Ides Of March proved that decent drama is not yet dead. The much-maligned Apollo 18 breathed new life into the slowly fading mockumentary sub-genre, much like last years’ The Troll Hunter…

Tees To Be Seen In During 2012

As part of 2012, I plan to take a photo a day and today I would like to share image #1 – today’s laundry! As you can see I own some great tees by some of GritFX’s talented peers…

RIP Ken Russell

Avant-garde British filmmaker Ken Russell of “Altered States” fame has passed away at age 84…

Langley Parks: Soundscapes, Themes & Noise – free individual track download…

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