The highly anticipated return of Charlie Brooker’s Black Mirror – after its first season on Netflix last year – begins aboard the USS Callister, a satirical… 434 more words
A great many Westerns have concerned themselves with the brutality of the developing frontier, but typically from a singular perspective: that of the white settlers, attempting to tame what they perceive to be a savage territory. 856 more words
Back when I started my communications studies, there was one less-known series that all of the lecturers were talking about. It was Black Mirror, and shortly after its first season aired, it became a symbol of the academic view of how technology and bad intentions will change our lives for the worst in the near future. 1,345 more words
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The highly anticipated fourth season of Charlie Brooker’s “technology meets the twilight zone” anthology series is finally here. I first fell in love with Black Mirror when it began airing it Netflix, though I nearly gave up after watching the first episode because my stomach gave in after watching THAT scene in “The National Anthem”. 1,548 more words