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Black Mirror holds up a… well, it holds up a black mirror to society, showing us what may come to pass. It surprises us with each episode’s unique, dark vision of the future. And still, somehow, Black Mirror Bandersnatch managed to turn our world more upside down than your average episode. With all the choices presented, any minor decision presented us with huge implications, bigger than we could even fathom. By pioneering a new style of viewing for Netflix’s already popular platform, the streaming service has proved itself as game-changer in future storytelling. But where do we go from here? Have we seen everything this episode has to offer?
Whether we’re obsessing over the in depth world full of easter eggs and connections to the previous episodes of the series or we’re stuck figuring out the best path forward in director David Slade’s masterpiece, we can’t get enough of it. So join ScreenRant as we explore the many twists and turns that Bandersnatch has to offer. Let’s see if there’s anything we missed.
ScreenRant is your one stop shop for all of latest stories about your favorite movies and TV shows. Since Bandersnatch was added to the Netflix queue, things haven’t been the same. Whether there were posters of familiar robots, references to classic episodes like Anthem or San Junipero, or buildings marked with similar names to places in other episodes, there’s something in Black Mirror Bandersnatch for everyone. Especially in the several endings hidden throughout the feature.
Entry 1 – NOSEDIVE
Entry 2 – NETFLIX’S META ENDING
Entry 3 – TO CHOOSE NETFLIX OR NOT TO CHOOSE NETFLIX
Entry 4 – PROGRAM AND CONTROL
Entry 5 – THE TRAIN DEATH
Entry 6 – THE NATIONAL NEWS CRAWL
Entry 7 – NEWSPAPERS AND MAGAZINES
Entry 8 – CONNECTIONS TO THE FUTURE
Entry 9 – THE UNLOCKABLE SCENE
Entry 10 – THE ONLINE-ONLY SCENE
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