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

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Annabel Jones, who has 20 Black Mirror executive producer credits to her name, fills the same role with Bandersnatch. Released at midnight PT/3 a.m. ET on December 28, Bandersnatch, with a feature-length runtime for all its various iterations, includes hours of footage that users can explore while they personalize their dystopian experience.

It appears that Black Mirror fan are going to get a present from Netflix this week. "Welcome back", the synopsis says.

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It would be in line with trippy atmosphere of the trailer as well as the Bandersnatch subtitle of the movie title.

Bandersnatch preserves that A-or-B plot choice format, but the movie gives it a self-referential spin by building the story around a literal choose-your-own-adventure novel.

The "choice points" then become more significant, and potentially more life-changing for Stefan as the story progresses towards one of five possible endings. "Your present. Your future", reads the text in the trailer.

Will Poulter, Craig Parkinson, Alice Lowe and Asim Chaudhry are part of the cast.

Information and one mind-altering trailer came flooding in on Thursday for Netflix's Black Mirror event film Bandersnatch to overload your senses.

However, with this particular film, "Black Mirror" is kicking their already-ambitious brand of storytelling up a notch. Two, outstanding television movie and outstanding writing for a limited series, movie or dramatic special, went to "San Junipero" while "U.S.S. Callister" was awarded another four.

Black Mirror, a sci-fi anthology show that began on the BBC but continues on Netflix, has been a consistent hit for the streaming platform.