In 1984, a young programmer begins to question reality as he adapts a dark fantasy novel into a video game. A mind-bending tale with multiple endings.

Release: December 28, 2018

Developer: Endemol/House of Tomorrow

Publisher: Netflix

Type: Interactive Film

Platforms: Netflix


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Bandersnatch won 2 Emmy Awards including the award for Outstanding Television Movie.

Black Mirror is a sci-fi anthology series. The stand-alone interactive film Black Mirror: Bandersnatch is available to watch on Netflix (subscription required).

The film has 5 different endings, multiple Easter eggs, and many scene permutations.

Writer Charlie Brooker wrote the film using Twine, an application for writing interactive, non-linear stories.

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Stefan..... Fionn Whitehead

Colin..... Will Poulter

Mohan..... Asim Chaudhry

Peter..... Craig Parkinson

Directed by..... David Slade

  December 2018

Black Mirror: Bandersnatch Review - The TV of Tomorrow is Now Here (Link)

"Whatever your visceral response to the sudden upending of every convention you depended on for your entertainment and sanity - what a rush Bandersnatch provided. What a feat you felt you were witnessing. What an accomplishment in every practical way... A new genre is now here."

  December 2018

Black Mirror: Bandersnatch is fun, but doesn't quite work as a movie or a game (Link)

"Bandersnatch is caught somewhere between a video game and a movie without ever committing to one direction. (It) has plenty of fun moments and if the construction weren't so painfully apparent it might even be exciting to guide a story and its characters along. Everything about Bandersnatch, it seems, is done in service of its concept which steadily crushes the life out of what could have been an interesting movie."

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