“Butthole Cut” of Cats Is the Hilarity We Need Right Now

“Butthole Cut” of Cats Is the Hilarity We Need Right Now

Some of you may have seen the new CATS movie adaptation. For those that have, and to T.S. Eliot who must be rolling in his grave, I offer my deepest condolences. At least the entire experience has offered us an everlasting vault of comedic material. The newest treasure in our little trove comes from Twitter user Jack Waz: I’m not sure this man knew what he was getting into, but this triggered something deep inside the Internet and thanks to him the hashtag #ReleaseTheButtholeCut is now trending. Here are a couple of the best:   Aren’t you so glad there’s …

T.S. Eliot Would Have Approved of ‘Cats’ Film, Estate Says

T.S. Eliot Would Have Approved of ‘Cats’ Film, Estate Says

The trailer for the upcoming musical adaptation Cats debuted last week, and the responses ranged from “curious” to “horrified”. The CGI-versions of the main cast as anthropomorphic cats was widely criticized on social media, but not from the estate of the author whose poems inspired the musical.     Speaking to The Guardian, Clare Reihill, who administers the Elliot estate, said that the late author would have been pleased with how disturbing the characters look within the film.   “I think Eliot might have enjoyed the rich strangeness of the blurring of the boundary between human and cat in the …

The Internet’s Response to Creepy ‘Cats’ Trailer Is Just Purrrfect

The Internet’s Response to Creepy ‘Cats’ Trailer Is Just Purrrfect

The trailer for the film adaptation of Andrew Lloyd Webbers’ Cats: The Musical, based on the poems of T.S. Eliot, has arrived and the memelords have a lot to say about it. Yesterday the behind-the-scene footage of the Broadway movie adaptation was at released on YouTube by One Media.       The video gives us an idea of how the film will look, and how the famous actors have begun their transformation into the dancing cats we fell in love with back in the 80s. With the help of movie magic, and incredible set design, the movie looks like it …