Cult Comic Essentials: Playing Out

It’s the summer holidays in Manchester and Kieran, Jamal and Connor are doing what any self-respecting kids would do on a Saturday: killing time by walking around the city centre. Disgruntled shopkeepers distrust them on principle, off-duty teachers blow their minds by – shock horror – having a […]

Preview: STRANGE ATTRACTORS #1 (of 5)

What’s to Love: Writer Charles Soule (Daredevil, Civil War) crafted a mind-bending story about how chaos math kept New York City from collapsing under itself. Presented for the first time as a limited series, each oversized issue of Strange Attractors features 30 pages of content, including new, never-before-seen […]

Cult TV Essentials: Aquila

Aquila was a British children’s television show based on the book Aquila by British author Andrew Norriss. It aired on the BBC from 1997 to 1998, lasting two series (13 episodes). It followed two Bristol boys, Tom Baxter (played by Ben Brooks – Universal Soldier III: Unfinished Business) and Geoff Reynolds (played […]

Erik Bauersfeld passes away aged 93

It is Cult Faction’s sad duty to report that Erik Bauersfeld died on April 4th 2016 at his home in Berkeley, California, his manager told the Associated Press. Bauersfeld served as the Director of KPFA’s drama and literature department for 31 years. Outside of radio, he dabbled in voice-over work […]

Preview: Danger Tomorrow

Tony Award winner Zena Walker stars as a woman whose psychic abilities uncover a dark deed from the past in this compelling crime mystery from the early 1960’s. Also featuring renowned Scottish character player Robert Urquhart and Maigret star Rupert Davies, Danger Tomorrow is presented in a brand-new […]

Ade Edmondson to join Star Wars?

If tabloid reports are true it would appear that Ade Edmondson (The Young Ones, Bottom, The Comic Strip) will be appearing in Star Wars: Episode VIII. Like all Star Wars film knowledge it is shrouded in secrecy but according to The Sun, “Edmondson bagged a role in the film after impressing […]

Heroes of Cult: David Tennant

From his first appearance in 1974 Tom Baker seemed to win every ‘favourite Doctor’ poll. To many he was the epitome of what the Doctor should be. So much so that his large curly haired frame would seem to over shadow all those that followed. That was until […]