"Black Mirror" next attacks the pinnacle of video games in the 80s.
On Thursday, Netflix released the trailer for the upcoming movie of the acclaimed show, which features a young British programmer by Fionn Whitehead who helps design a video game based on a book with a fearsome backstory. The author of the book is a man named Jerome F. Davies. And like most Black Mirror episodes, the situation takes a wild and distorted turn.
The trailer contains numerous' 80s nuggets, as the nameless main character ceases to take his medication while working on the titular concept game. Soon, the reality and the game seem to merge, or Whitehead's character loses his mind.
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Viewers are shown how Davies is being explored by his character, who apparently "went cuckoo and cut off his wife's head," including some trippy moments, including the protagonist's discovers violent works of art somehow important, and his hand, which seems to have fused with a mirror, and Frankie Goes' classic "Relax". The movie is not for the faint of heart.
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With this special movie, however, "Black Mirror" already sets an ambitious one History of storytelling in progress. According to Engadget, this film offers a number of ways for viewers to determine the course of the story, similar to the classic adventure books that you can choose yourself.
"Black Mirror: Bandersnatch" will be available for streaming on Friday.