40 episodes

"Cat & Cthulhu is like Toy Story. Except instead of being based of the imagination of a child like Andy, based on the imagination of a child like Sid. Ok Cat & Cthulhu isn't really like Toy Story at all. Except that the main characters are stuffed toys (or an action figure in the case of Marvin). Oh and I do try and keep it at a level suitable for children. But apart from that it is nothing at all like Toy Story. Except that Cat & Cthulhu is also funny in places. Well Cat & Cthulhu is different in that we have Jedi and Ninja. And lots more seafood references. But that is mainly because the two protagonists are seafood junkies. Oh and we have mentions to impending apocalyptic genocide perpetrated by a main character. But then if you have Cthulhu in your cast roster it is kind of hard to get around that fact. Well I hope you enjoy Cat & Cthulhu. If you giggle just a little bit I'll have succeeded." --- William Ellwood, Author

Cat and Cthulhu: The Podcas‪t‬ Richard Shaw

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    • 4.5 • 2 Ratings

"Cat & Cthulhu is like Toy Story. Except instead of being based of the imagination of a child like Andy, based on the imagination of a child like Sid. Ok Cat & Cthulhu isn't really like Toy Story at all. Except that the main characters are stuffed toys (or an action figure in the case of Marvin). Oh and I do try and keep it at a level suitable for children. But apart from that it is nothing at all like Toy Story. Except that Cat & Cthulhu is also funny in places. Well Cat & Cthulhu is different in that we have Jedi and Ninja. And lots more seafood references. But that is mainly because the two protagonists are seafood junkies. Oh and we have mentions to impending apocalyptic genocide perpetrated by a main character. But then if you have Cthulhu in your cast roster it is kind of hard to get around that fact. Well I hope you enjoy Cat & Cthulhu. If you giggle just a little bit I'll have succeeded." --- William Ellwood, Author

    Cat & Cthulhu – Episode 60 “Wake The Dead”

    Cat & Cthulhu – Episode 60 “Wake The Dead”

    After 6 months away the Cat and Cthulhu Podcast is back! In this gripping season finale Cat and Cthulhu are transported through time and space when Cthulhu's attempt to bend the Universe to his will go slightly awry...

    Starring
    FNH (of The Cthulhu Podcast) as "Cat"
    Timothy M Ralphs (of The Room Behind The Bookcase) as "Cthulhu"
    and introducing in his "Cat & Cthulhu" debut
    Andrew W Campbell (of The Nightsound Show) as "The Narrator"

    Featuring music by The Darkest Of The Hillside Thickets
    (Courtesy of Divine Industries)

    In This Episode

    1. Introduction

    2. A 1920s piece called "Me and the Man in the Moon" by the Ambassodor's Orchestra, vocals by Frank Sylvano.

    3. Episode 60: "Wake the Dead to take them to new places"

    4. Promos

    5. Epilogue: Double-O-Eighty

    6. "Some Things Man Was Not Meant To Know" by The Darkest of the Hillside Thickets, courtesy of Divine Industries © Copyright 2009

    Other Audio Credits

    "Horror 290" is part of the Open Source Audio collection at www.archive.org

    The following sound effect files are part of the Freesound Project at www.freesound.org:

    4096__plagasul__rarexport_05
    30306__ERH__tension
    35496__Co3__Horror_Ambient_W_Delay_Chorus_Verb
    33245__ljudman__grenade
    33796__yewbic__ambience03
    19998__acclivity__SummerEveningInMyGarden

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    Cat & Cthulhu – “The name’s Bond, Cthulhu Bond…”

    Cat & Cthulhu – “The name’s Bond, Cthulhu Bond…”

    Today we ask Cthulhu:� What kind of James Bond would he be?

    Voice of Cthulhu is played by Timothy Ralphs of The Room Behind The Bookcase.

    Music is "Tension" by ERH, as posted on the Freesound Project.

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    • 1 min
    Cat & Cthulhu – Promo

    Cat & Cthulhu – Promo

    In the run-up to the release of "Wake The Dead" in mid-July I'm going to be releasing several promos. Here's the first, a re-release of the M&S Food parody promo.MP3 Link

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    Cat & Cthulhu – Episodes 52 to 54

    Cat & Cthulhu – Episodes 52 to 54

    "Cat & Cthulhu is like Toy Story. Except instead of being based of the imagination of a child like Andy, based on the imagination of a child like Sid. Ok Cat & Cthulhu isn''t really like Toy Story at all. Except that the main characters are stuffed toys (or an action figure in the case of Marvin). Oh and I do try and keep it at a level suitable for children. But apart from that it is nothing at all like Toy Story. Except that Cat & Cthulhu is also funny in places. Well Cat & Cthulhu is different in that we have Jedi and Ninja. And lots more seafood references. But that is mainly because the two protagonists are seafood junkies. Oh and we have mentions to impending apocalyptic genocide perpetrated by a main character. But then if you have Cthulhu in your cast roster it is kind of hard to get around that fact. Well I hope you enjoy Cat & Cthulhu. If you giggle just a little bit I''ll have succeeded." --- William Ellwood, Author

    Cat & Cthulhu – Episode 51 “There’s Something About Drinking”

    Cat & Cthulhu – Episode 51 “There’s Something About Drinking”

    "Cat & Cthulhu is like Toy Story. Except instead of being based of the imagination of a child like Andy, based on the imagination of a child like Sid. Ok Cat & Cthulhu isn''t really like Toy Story at all. Except that the main characters are stuffed toys (or an action figure in the case of Marvin). Oh and I do try and keep it at a level suitable for children. But apart from that it is nothing at all like Toy Story. Except that Cat & Cthulhu is also funny in places. Well Cat & Cthulhu is different in that we have Jedi and Ninja. And lots more seafood references. But that is mainly because the two protagonists are seafood junkies. Oh and we have mentions to impending apocalyptic genocide perpetrated by a main character. But then if you have Cthulhu in your cast roster it is kind of hard to get around that fact. Well I hope you enjoy Cat & Cthulhu. If you giggle just a little bit I''ll have succeeded." --- William Ellwood, Author

    Cat & Cthulhu – Episodes 50 "What are we?"

    Cat & Cthulhu – Episodes 50 "What are we?"

    "Cat & Cthulhu is like Toy Story. Except instead of being based of the imagination of a child like Andy, based on the imagination of a child like Sid. Ok Cat & Cthulhu isn''t really like Toy Story at all. Except that the main characters are stuffed toys (or an action figure in the case of Marvin). Oh and I do try and keep it at a level suitable for children. But apart from that it is nothing at all like Toy Story. Except that Cat & Cthulhu is also funny in places. Well Cat & Cthulhu is different in that we have Jedi and Ninja. And lots more seafood references. But that is mainly because the two protagonists are seafood junkies. Oh and we have mentions to impending apocalyptic genocide perpetrated by a main character. But then if you have Cthulhu in your cast roster it is kind of hard to get around that fact. Well I hope you enjoy Cat & Cthulhu. If you giggle just a little bit I''ll have succeeded." --- William Ellwood, Author

Customer Reviews

4.5 out of 5
2 Ratings

2 Ratings

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Making human misery fun!!

It started as flash fiction, then became an podcast. What happens when you get a one eyed cat and cthulu together in fluffy form on top of a computer monitor. Well generaly you get fun stuff (and souls).

Not really much to add on to the description although.

Gave 4 stars as the podcast has only just come out (3 episodes at time of writing this review) and some minor issues with sound quality still seem to need ironing out, but based on pure content I would highly recommend this podcast.

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