Bandersnatch
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Bandersnatch is a stand-alone 90 minute episode of the series Black Mirror on Netflix. It is an interactive movie where you choose different paths to take while you watch.


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SHOW INFO

Status: Limited Run

Premiere: December 28, 2018
End Date: December 28, 2018

Category: Drama
Genres: Drama, Mystery, Sci-Fi, Thriller


 


REVIEWS

79

  • 90% 90%

  • 84% 84%
  • 64% 64%
Bandersnatch

Bandersnatch is a stand-alone 90 minute episode of the series Black Mirror on Netflix. It is an interactive movie where you choose different paths to take while you watch.


Access Method: Subscription

 

PLATFORMS SUPPORTED



SHOW INFO

Status: Limited Run

Premiere: December 28, 2018
End Date: December 28, 2018

Category: Drama
Genres: Drama, Mystery, Sci-Fi, Thriller



REVIEWS

79*

  • 90% 90%
  • 84% 84%
  • 64% 64%

*This is the show’s PeakTV score. It is an average of this show’s Metacritic, IMDb and Rotten Tomatoes ratings.

SUMMARY

In Bandersnatch, viewers make decisions for the main character, young programmer Stefan Butler who adapts a fantasy novel into a video game in 1984. Other characters include Mohan Thakur and Colin Ritman, who work at a video game company, and Butler’s father, Peter and Butler’s therapist, Dr. Haynes. The film is based on a planned Imagine Software video game of the same name which went unreleased after the company filed for bankruptcy. A piece of horror and science fiction, Bandersnatch incorporates meta-commentary and rumination on free will.




SUMMARY

In Bandersnatch, viewers make decisions for the main character, young programmer Stefan Butler who adapts a fantasy novel into a video game in 1984. Other characters include Mohan Thakur and Colin Ritman, who work at a video game company, and Butler’s father, Peter and Butler’s therapist, Dr. Haynes. The film is based on a planned Imagine Software video game of the same name which went unreleased after the company filed for bankruptcy. A piece of horror and science fiction, Bandersnatch incorporates meta-commentary and rumination on free will.