Sunday Shorts: The Cat With Hands

Sunday Shorts: The Cat with Hands

Last week, I teased a great interview for this Sunday, but last minute logistical issues have sadly pushed that back a bit. Not to worry, however — as I have an excellent short to share in The Cat With Hands, an excellent live-action/animated horror jaunt. It will leave you with something I’ve known all along — cats are not to be trusted; particularly those with, you know… hands.


Written/Directed/Animated by: Robert Morgan

Starring: Livy Armstrong, Daniel Hogwood, Victoria Hays

Produced by: Sylvie Bringas

Morgan has been the recipient of over twenty awards for his short films, and has a beautifully creepy body of work under his belt. Raised near Broadmoor Hospital, a high-security psychiatric ward that helped inspire some of the dark themes of his future work, a nd noting 1958’s Fiend Without a Face as one of his favorite movies, it’s reasonably clear that the UK native was built to have an off-kilter style custom made for horror.

Recently, Morgan has been moving away from animated shorts and toward live-action feature films.

Here is hoping he can take the unique vision and atmosphere of fun stuff like The Cat With Hands and fully flesh them out into a feature length format. That would certainly be a rewarding experience for prospective theatergoers.

Enjoy the rest of the weekend — and perhaps put the cat out tonight instead of letting it sleep at the foot of your bed. Just an idea…

Until next time, this has been your Sunday Shorts.

Dustin is a California transplant by way of West Texas, spending most of the last ten years anywhere between Oceanside and Santa Barbara. Dustin has been writing since adolescence, winning such illustrious honors as first grade teacher Ms. Wall's Creative Critter Writing Award.

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