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Peter Lane

Review: Next Gen

Next Gen is the new Netflix original film released to the teaming service on September 7th. The story revolves around a rebellious girl ‘Mai Su’ and her burgeoning friendship with a battle robot ‘7723’. Over the years the thought of a new Netflix original film has filled the […]

How the Gameboy Advanced saved lives

It’s well documented that Nintendo’s Gameboy Advance is one of the most hackable consoles ever produced. With the right knowledge you could hack the console to run through an N64, act like an Etch-a-Sketch, advanced sewing machines, fish sonar, or even connect to the web. It wasn’t until […]

Interview: Richard T. Wilson

As season two of Under the Flowers hits the web, Cult Faction’s Peter Lane caught up with visionary behind the series Richard T. Wilson. Along the way we found out how many ‘hell yeah!’ moments the production gave him. Q1. How would you describe the ‘Under the Flowers’ […]

Review: Geek Girl Mini Series #1

So once again we join the adventures of Geek Girl. Created by Sam Johnson she’s just an average girl who gains special powers by donning a technically advanced pair of glasses. This issue concentrates on the arc development of a number of the main characters. There seems to […]

Cult TV Essentials: Psychoville

Between the cult classic ‘The League of Gentlemen’ and the critically acclaim of ‘Inside Number 9’ there was ‘Psychoville’. Reece Shearsmith’s and Steve Pemberton’s psychological horror comedy mystery seems almost forgotten now, but it deserves so much more. Just like ‘The League of Gentlemen’ ‘Psychoville’ see’s Shearsmith and […]

Brighton Beach Comic Con Preview

This April 7th ‘The Grand Hotel’ will become a haven for the nerdy as it hosts this year’s ‘Brighton Beach Comic Con’. Guest will include ‘Buck Rogers’ Gil Gerrard and ‘Primeval’s’ Andrew Lee Potts; there will also  be a trio of ‘Power Rangers’ with Erin Cahill, Jason Faunt […]

Heroes of Cult: Kenny Everett

A comedian, DJ, presenter and a singer with a top ten single. In the modern day this would be the supposed career of Big Brother housemate post leaving the house (or Chris Moyles). But for nearly three decades it was the career of one of Britain’s national treasures, […]

Review: Them (2016)

‘Them’ is a 2016 horror short by ‘Vulpinos Film’. Directed and co produced by Charles Bolprand and staring Claudia Rivarelli. The short has little in the way of plot it’s a single header, which seems to focus on protagonist succumbing to worsening schizophrenia. The visual are more uncomfortable […]

Remembering the Amstrad GX4000

The GX4000 was Amstrad’s short-lived attempt to enter the games console market. With a higher spec graphics card and more memory Amstrad saw the GX4000 as serious competition for Sega’s Master System and market leaders Nintendo’s NES. The 8-Bit console was into the European market in September 1990 […]