Published: Fri, December 28, 2018
Entertaiment | By Minnie Bishop

Black Mirror Bandersnatch Hits Netflix Tomorrow, Watch The Freaky Trailer

Black Mirror Bandersnatch Hits Netflix Tomorrow, Watch The Freaky Trailer

Netflix has released a trailer for Black Mirror: Bandersnatch, which will officially arrive on the streaming service tomorrow. The trailer introduces Stefan (Fionn Whitehead), a computer programmer tasked with adapting the fantasy novel Bandersnatch into a video game.

"Black Mirror: Bandersnatch" stars Whitehead ("Dunkirk"), Asim Chaudhry ("People Just Do Nothing"), Will Poulter ("The Maze Runner"), and Alice Lowe ("Prevenge").

Black Mirror explores the negative impact new technology can have on the modern world in a satirical manner.

There have been reported doing the round that the Bandersnatch movie will be five-hour long.

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The last time Black Mirror visited the 1980s was "San Junipero", and that turned out pretty well. While the trailer doesn't confirm that this is indeed the choose-your-own-adventure style movie that we've been hearing it's going to be for some time, it seems very likely that's going to be the case and, when applying that knowledge to what we see in the trailer, it's pretty clear that this is going to be a weird and possibly incredible experience.

The trailer landed Thursday for the new 90-minute Black Mirror special debuting Friday. This same character then takes a cluster of colorful pills, yet we don't know if they're his medications or drugs provided by someone else.

The Bandersnatch has remained a cult figure in popular culture, making appearances in other novels, television series and even video games.

So far, it looks a little like "Playtest" meets "White Bear" meets "Hang the DJ", but, of course, we have no idea what the heck is actually going on in this movie.

David Slade (Hannibal, The Twilight Saga: Eclipse, a 2017 episode of Black Mirror) directs the movie.

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