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Heroes of Cult: Bernard Cribbins

Born in 1928 Bernard Cribbins career has spanned over 70 years. A career that has seen him appear alongside Peter Sellers, become part of the Carry On team, become a hero to Whovian’s, the voice of children’s television to a generation and have two top ten hits. Starting […]

Review- The Misplaced (2018)

Pre-title sequences have longed been used in horror to set a premise before moving on into the main narrative of the film. The Misplaced feels like a pre-title sequence to a film that will never be made. Playing on the fears of the items you temporally lose in […]

Cult TV Essentials: Fortitude

Fortitude was a Sky Atlantic psychological sci-fi thriller TV series that ran between 2015 & 2018. For twenty-six episodes over three seasons it bewildered, amused and triggered its audiences gag reflex. Set on an island in the Norwegian Arctic the premise focused on a prehistoric parasite that has […]

Review: Doctor Who – Resolution

For years now steampunk Dalek’s have been confined to Comic Cons, which seems unfair since the Cyberman version appeared in 2008’s ‘The Next Doctor’, but now in 2019 they finally get to make their appearance (kind of anyway). So here it is the first (stand alone) ‘Doctor Who’ […]

Review: Next Gen (2018)

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’ […]