Shortly before the Friday premiere of Black Mirror: Bandersnatch has received a trailer for the new Netflix movie, and it already looks like the biggest, most ambitious Black Mirror – Project date.
Bandersnatch seems to be a precursor to the upcoming fifth season of the series. Supposedly with more than five hours of footage, it's practically a feature film from which you can choose your own adventure and part of Netflix's recent push for interactive television.
Netflix's cover page for Black Mirror: Bandersnatch describes it as "absent-minded, unconventional and cerebral," and the trailer annoys all of these elements. Despite his retro attitude from the 80s, he looks in spite of everything that has taken place in the near future for the first time. (His simulated '80s episode, Season 3 "San Junipero" won two Emmys, so it's nice to see the show return to the epoch.)
The trailer also seems to be the plot summary confirm discovered by former Korean fans of Black Mirror who translated the most important plot details in Korean message boards as follows: "A young programmer turns a fantasy novel into a game. Reality and Virtual World [sic] are soon mixed and cause confusion. Dunkion 's Fionn Whitehead plays the young programmer who works for a company that wants to become a "hit machine" video games. It is a book entitled Bandersnatch by a fictional author named Jerome F. Davies. According to the trailer "Davies" went a cuckoo and cut off his wife's head. "And it looks like Whitehead's character will start his own descent later on ̵
Both the movie and the book in the movie have their own Name, "Bandersnatch", by a mythical long-legged, fast-moving and cruel creature with "frumious backs", created by Alice in Wonderland author Lewis Carroll The creature is first mentioned in Carroll's poem "Jabberwocky" which appears in his stunning sequel to  by Alice Through the Looking Glass and then reappears in his 1874 stand-alone model of the poem "The Snark's Hunt."
Black Mirror : Bandersnatch is directed by David Slade, who gave us one of the Black Mirror most memorable and controversial episodes of the fourth season with "Metalhead" (the black and white with d killer robot dogs). Say what you want about this episode, it's clear that Slade is prepared to offer us an absolutely basic experience Black Mirror . Order a self-driving pizza and prepare for the last weekend of 2018 to dive the darkest rabbit hole of pop culture.
Black Mirror: Bandersnatch debuts on Friday, December 28, on Netflix.