Best Black Mirror Episodes
Certainly one of the most engaging Black Mirror episodes. All of the stories are captivating, yet they leave the viewer confused as to how they are connected. The end perfectly ties the stories together, and the main characters punishments prove to be so brutal that it causes you to truly feel for them on a human level.
In a mysterious and remote snowy outpost, Matt and Potter share an interesting Christmas meal together, swapping creepy tales of their earlier lives in the outside world.
Brilliant, just brilliant!
When "exit music for a film" fades in it's truly horrifying and somehow beautiful moment, and it ties it all together perfectly. The fact that it's so real kinda sticks with you.
When withdrawn Kenny ( Alex Lawther) stumbles headlong into an online trap, he is quickly forced into an uneasy alliance with shifty Hector ( Jerome Flynn) - both at the mercy of persons unknown.
This one had me on edge the entire time. Fantastic episode and extremely f'd up
In a seaside town in 1987, a shy young woman and an outgoing party girl strike up a powerful bond that seems to defy the laws of space and time.
Rare and wonderful
In the near future, everyone has access to a memory implant that records everything they do, see and hear - a sort of Sky Plus for the brain. You need never forget a face again - but is that always a good thing?
I've never been so afraid of a fictional character in my life. great episode
After failing to impress the judges on a singing competition show, a woman must either perform degrading acts or return to a slave-like existence.
In a future entirely controlled by how people evaluate others on social media, a girl is trying to keep her "score" high while preparing for her oldest childhood friend's wedding.
A woman wakes up in a strange dystopian world with no memory, where everyone is glued to their phones and there are hunters out to kill her.
The highlight of season 4. It's an incredible and twisted ride, with a rare satisfying ending.
A superb episode
In near-future London, police detective Karin Parke (Kelly McDonald) and her tech-savvy sidekick Blue (Faye Marsay) investigate a string of mysterious deaths with a sinister link to social media.
An American traveler short on cash signs up to test a revolutionary new gaming system, but soon can't tell where the hoot game ends and reality begins.
Extremely good and original. You will feel emotionally connected to the protagonist on the entire episode.
Amazing, just amazing.
Prime Minister Michael Callow faces a shocking dilemma when Princess Susannah, a much-loved member of the Royal Family, is kidnapped.
After losing her husband in a car crash, a grieving woman uses a computer software that allows you to "talk" to the deceased.
Future soldiers Stripe (Malachi Kirby) and Raiman (Madeline Brewer) must protect frightened villagers from an infestation of vicious feral mutants. Technologically, they have the edge - but will that help them survive?
It's a suspense thriller MOVIE. I have no idea how it could be so low.
A failed comedian who voices a popular cartoon bear named Waldo finds himself mixing in politics when T.V. executives want Waldo to run for office.
I don't like the fact that Rachel and Jack are canon sisters because of Jack's attitude problem.
Genevieve deserved a better canon fate than death, did she not?
I prefer Rachel and Ashley Too as opposed to Jack.
I like Rachel and Ashley Too's friendship.