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“Black Mirror” is an anthology series that taps into an unease with the modern world. Its stand-alone dramas are satirical tales with a techno-paranoia bent. The series is produced by Barney Reisz, and executive produced by Charlie Brooker and Annabel Jones through their production shingle House of Tomorrow, which is owned by Endemol. 13 more words
Black Mirror is back for a second series. Back to enthrall, disturb and forebode with macabre allegory and technophobic satire. It would be safe to say that there is nothing else like it on modern television, certainly nothing that manages to weave such disturbing thematic overtones into such a tangible science fiction. 453 more words
Channel 4 is reuniting with Charlie Brooker for a return to the writer’s Black Mirror series.
A feature-length film, which will air this Christmas, sees “three interwoven stories of Yuletide techno-paranoia collide in the most chilling and mind-bending Black Mirror yet,” the broadcaster said. 25 more words
Black Mirror, Charlie Brooker’s very weird, very wonderful Twitter Twilight Zone, will be back on BBC4 Christmas day. And if you were worried that the show might lose its gloomy viciousness, fear not: Brooker said he’s looking to make it a cross between the traditional “ghost story at Christmas” and the Amicus’ compendium horror movies of the 70s. 179 more words
Charlie Brooker’s Black Mirror will return later this year for a Christmas special, it has been confirmed. 137 more words