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Charlie Brooker's Screenwipe Review

Charlie Brooker returned to our screens last night with his new series of Screenwipe. But was it any good?

Now in his third series, some people have wondered whether Charlie Brooker’s humour will get tiresome, with his misanthropic view on life being known to get a bit repetitive after a while. 605 more words

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TV review: Black Mirror, season 2, episodes 2 & 3

United Kingdom
Created by Charlie Brooker
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If there’s such a thing as a “typical Black Mirror protagonist,” it’s a morally-compromised character with whom the audience has no choice but to sympathize. 1,313 more words

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BLACK MIRROR is the rare TV show that we actually need | That Thing You Like #95

BLACK MIRROR is the techno-media-culture-paranoia anthology of our times! On this THAT THING YOU LIKE, we talk about “THE NATIONAL ANTHEM”, “FIFTEEN MILLION MERITS”, and “THE ENTIRE HISTORY OF YOU” for two hours – there was understandably a lot to talk about with each episode. 160 more words


TV review: Black Mirror, season 1, episode 3 & season 2, episode 1

United Kingdom
Created by Charlie Brooker
Official Site • IMDB

Technological devices are simply tools, possessing no innate free will, no moral agency. A tool is useless unless it’s being used. 1,441 more words

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LOL RIP: Posthumous Tweeting and Natural Language Processing

On cold, dark nights when the internet is down, what keeps me up is the thought of my future children tracing every ill-advised status update and photo uploaded to the internet in my teenage years. 902 more words

Stephanie Watches Black Mirror

After seeing a few people on my various social media feeds mention this show called Black Mirror, I had to check it out for myself. Naturally, I watched all 6 episodes available (3 episodes per season) over the course of a couple days on Netflix. 856 more words

Stephanie Watches

“A Few Ripples of You”

I won’t bother talking about episode 3 of Black Mirror because it destroyed me. So we’re moving on.

“Be Right Back” (ep. 4) is brilliant. We undergo experiences like these every single day. 341 more words

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