• Interviews
    Interview with Lazarus and the Plane Crash

    By Jordan Mooney. Every so often you can come across an incredible album by happy coincidence. It’s a rare but delightful occurrence, and since I started writing about my interests (these being the usual things such as music, animation, film..um…Victorian Folklore…) it’s becoming increasingly common. It’s under these circumstances I came across a delightful band […]

  • Features
    Five Reasons Why Peter Capaldi Is Perfect For Doctor Who

    By Mark Potter. 1. He’s a fan Peter was unveiled as the twelfth Doctor in a specially broadcast live show on BBC1. The programme itself may have been cringe worthy in its presentation but the moment Peter walked out on stage his fan credentials were clear as he thumbed his lapel imitating the gesture made […]

  • Interviews
    Interview with Zervas & Pepper

    When you hear the music of Zervas & Pepper it’s difficult to comprehend that the city they call home is not located in the golden state of California. Hailing from the Welsh capital Cardiff the pair create harmony-fuelled folk rock that transports you to the sun soaked coastal roads of Big Sur or to a […]

  • Reviews
    London Film and Comic Con July 2013 – Event Review

    Review by Mark Potter. Day 1 The London Film and Comic Convention is the biggest fan event of the year in the UK. Held each summer at London’s Earls Court Exhibition Centre, the weekend long event features the opportunity to meet some of the biggest stars from the world of film, television, sports, comics and […]

  • Interviews
    Interview with Aurelio Voltaire

    Artwork by Daarken www.daarken.com Interview by Jordan Mooney. Of all of the musicians on the Goth circuit, there are few with the sheer scale of Aurelio Voltaire. The man is a jack of all trades, constantly working and pushing his own boundaries. The result is that by far he has the largest amount of media […]

  • Reviews
    Man Of Steel: The Review

    Review by Mark Potter. Man of Steel is currently the number one movie in the world. A bold, modern retelling of the Superman story this is an instant classic that will be looked back on for many years as perhaps the definitive take on the first superhero. Please be warned this article contains lots of […]

  • Features
    Doctor Who Special: SUPER EIGHT

    Cat On The Wall is celebrating 50 years of Doctor Who! We’ve asked fans of the series to contribute articles and stories about the extraordinary television show that has captivated audiences for generations. We’ll be posting these fan contributions regularly until the 50th Anniversary TV special in November. If you have an idea for an […]

  • Features
    The Late Night Douche: Why We Need Craig Ferguson

    Article by Jo Whitby We don’t really do the late night talk show in the UK or at least we haven’t done it very well. The once a week celebrity gawping with the likes of Graham Norton and Jonathan Ross are small fish in comparison to their counterparts in the US who, for the most […]

  • Features
    What Can We Learn From Doctor Who?

    Cat On The Wall is celebrating 50 years of Doctor Who! We’ve asked fans of the series to contribute articles and stories about the extraordinary television show that has captivated audiences for generations. We’ll be posting these fan contributions regularly until the 50th Anniversary TV special in November. If you have an idea for an […]

  • Interviews
    Interview with WeirdGear

    We’ve been Twitter friends with synth-pop legends WeirdGear for a number of years now and with their third album ‘Cosmonautes Discotheque’ on the way we thought it was about time we interviewed them. Cat On The Wall’s Jo Whitby caught up with the band via email and here is what they had to say… Cat […]