There’s a few more details on the rumored Resident Evil reboot. Penn Jillette teases his Black Mirror episode. Finn Jones says to expect Danny Rand’s classic costume in Iron Fist’s second season. Plus, new footage from Pirates of the Caribbean 5 and Orphan Black, and tons of new pictures from Doctor Who. Spoilers now!
Wonder Woman gets another new TV spot. It looks like Robert Zemeckis is definitely not directing The Flash. One major character will not be a part of any show in the Arrow universe next season. Plus, new pictures from Valerian and The Dark Tower, another Stan Lee cameo, and a new teaser for Twin Peaks. To me, my…
Everybody knows 2016 was a weird year. But guess what: So far, 2017 is even weirder. Like dystopian, wake-me-from-this-nightmare, am-I-living-in-an-episode-of-Black-Mirror weird. We’ve got the tweets to prove it.
The Herald in Scotland pretty much said what we were all thinking this weekend, announcing the inauguration of Donald Trump like a four-year episode of The Twilight Zone.
An artist has created gorgeous comic book covers of some of Black Mirror’s most iconic episodes so far...and yes, that includes an image of Porky Pig readying a bottle of lube. It’s about as awkward as it sounds.
At what point does the bleak marketing for Black Mirror stop being edgy and start actively discouraging you from watching? Because Black Mirror is worth watching, but this short seems to advocate ditching Netflix entirely.
Black Mirror is about the twist. That’s not how the show started, but it’s now its hallmark. So anytime you watch an episode of the technology-obsessed anthology series, the anticipation that something will almost certainly go wrong at any minute is excruciating. And it’s even worse when the episode is “San Junipero,”…
The finale to this season of Black Mirror, “Hated in the Nation,” is a tight police procedural that opens on Jo Powers, a controversial journalist, being murdered after people mob and harass her on Twitter. While each twist and turn is telegraphed, the episode is best at showing how viciously efficient social media is…
Black Mirror season 3 warns viewers of a spoOooOoky technologically advanced future; its first episode depicting a society where everyone rates every person they interact with, no matter how minor, and your rating determines everything. The concept is similar to that of the failed Peeple app, which was supposed to be…
In the second episode of season two of Black Mirror, the character Victoria Skillane (Lenora Crichlow) wakes up in a world where many people have been turned into zombies who do nothing but record things with their phones. And others are trying to kill her. In the original script, that was all there was to the story.
Well, this is turning out to be a good day for Black Mirror—first news of a fourth season on the way, and now, our very first footage from the third. It’s brutal, haunting, a bit NSFW, and we absolutely cannot wait to see more.
We haven’t even seen the third season of Charlie Brooker’s wonderful dystopian anthology series Black Mirror yet, but there’s already good news for the show’s future at its new home on Netflix.
Black Mirror is the kind of show you want to watch knowing almost nothing about. The first images from the third season are perfect in that regard, because they give only a tiny hint at what’s to come—just enough to make you want more.
This is a surprise—Netflix’s rejuvenation of dystopian British anthology series Black Mirror is a lot closer than we expected. We’ve heard about the tantalizing casting for a while, but now we know when we’ll finally be able to watch it.
As someone living in a country where Pokémon Go has yet to come out, it’s been certainly something to be an outsider looking in upon the sheer Pokémania that has gripped the U.S. this weekend—a touch disconcerting even, which this brilliant mash-up between the app and Black Mirror highlights to hilarious effect.
Ewan McGregor throws water on Obi-Wan movie rumors. Jon Favreau may be returning to the director’s seat at Marvel. 10 Cloverfield Lane’s director heads to Black Mirror. Plus more Power Rangers filming, even more footage from Civil War, and a new clip from Agents of SHIELD. Spoilers get!
Charlie Brooker’s masterful show Black Mirror has always featured top talent. Then, in its most recent episode, it went a bit Hollywood by casting Mad Men’s Jon Hamm. Now, with the show returning to Netflix, even more massive talent is along for the ride, both in front of and behind the camera.
We’ve loved the UK anthology show Black Mirror, and we’re excited to see more episodes coming in the near future to Netflix. While we wait, the Christmas episode has appeared on Netflix streaming, and it’s a creepy one.