Netflix's 'Black Mirror: Bandersnatch' Trailer Is a Creepy Mind Trip

Netflix's 'Black Mirror: Bandersnatch' Trailer Is a Creepy Mind Trip

Bandersnatch is set in mid-80s United Kingdom andfollows young programmer with a tragic history as he tries to turn a fantasy novel into a story-led video game and the mental troubles that ensue.

The cast for "Black Mirror: Bandersnatch" includes Fionn Whitehead, Will Poulter and Asim Chaudhry.

David Slade, who had directed Black Mirror's Metalhead episode (season four) has reportedly helmed Bandersnatch, but Netflix has not yet confirmed this.

The new Black Mirror event movie Bandersnatch is about to premiere and you might be wondering... what does the word Bandersnatch mean?

In "Bandersnatch", Stefan, a young programmer wants to design a computer game inspired by an interactive novel given to him as a child.

Yep, Black Mirror is actually trying to help you find your dream job ahead of 2019.




If the English actors starring in the movie and the English accents of the trailer didn't give it away, Bandersnatch was filmed in Croydon, England. Netflix says there are five ending (with variations) as well as easter eggs nestled within the show. The title let a kid pick whether Puss, for example, fights against a god or a tree by choosing with a TV remote control or by tapping on a device's screen.

His character describes the video game he's creating.

The movie will last around 90 minutes long (but that will depend on the choices you will make).

Missed the trailer? We don't blame you.

For most of the choices, you have to watch your decision play out in full and you can't rewind.

As you watch Bandersnatch, certain scenes will have Stefan forced to make certain choices. Black Mirror creator and writer Charlie Brooker chose the default path himself, and if viewers opt out of participating, they'll be presented with "the most basic version of the story".

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