Are You Ready To Enter Black Mirror ‘Black Museum’? Watch Trailer

If it did something bad, chances are it’s in here.

Slowly we tread towards the global launch of Season 4 of Charlie Brooker’s ever-popular cult anthology series Black Mirror.The series has always been about suspenseful tales exploring themes of contemporary techno-paranoia. Society’s unease with Modern technology but below we have a new trailer for Episode entitled ‘Black Museum‘ which will see the series tip it’s toe into the horror genre. Technology now replaced by topics that challenge our views on humanity…

We can still remember this anthology horror come sci-fi come Dystopian show from its early days on Channel 4.You could clearly see there was something truly special about it, very refreshing like taking the Twilight Zone formula to another level.Episode by episode it tackles some topics that will make uncomfortable viewing.Could this episode  tie in with a season 2 episode called ‘White Bear’? It seems it’s in the same timelin and area could this connect it with the museum’s ‘star attraction’?

Black Museum tells the story a lone traveller who stumbles across a tourist-friendly crime museum with a shocking star attraction.

Black Museum‘ will be one of the episodes of Black Mirror Season 4 and Netflix hasn’t fully revealed the exact launch date. All we have is all 6 episodes will launch globally before the end of 2017, which means sometime in December. The Streaming giants have told us this trailer (and Artwork below) are part of the 13 Days of Black Mirror, does that mean 11th or 12th December? Head over to Netflix, a ‘surprise’ is coming!

This episode, written by Charlie Brooker stars Douglas Hodge, Letitia Wright and Babs Olusanmokun, and has been directed by Colm McCarthy(The Girl With All The Gifts).

Related: Netflix’s Black Mirror Season 4 Trailer Lives ‘Long And Propser’

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