You may or may not have heard that there’s always been a lot of hype around the TV series, Black Mirror.
Its clever storylines that turn technology on its head to show you the dark side of how it could affect society has been regarded as genius, original and, most importantly, thought provoking.
Channel 4’s stewardship of the show lasted for 2 series and now ever expanding Netflix has taken the reigns of Black Mirror for its latest outing.
You might be someone who hasn’t watched Daredevil before. Maybe you have. All I know for sure is that this television show is a masterpiece. That’s a bold statement, but I assure you it’s for a good reason. Well, six actually.
We can do more, buy more, live more but we’ve never been less free.
What can money buy, really? People say it brings you happiness but in today’s world it locks us in a perpetual cycle of reliance.
The Mockingjay finally spreads her wings.
Why do we lose that sparkle of happiness and pure innocence when we grow up? I guess we start to see the world for what it really is.
Our eyes are slowly opened to what the world’s really like and that happiness is something you have to fight for.
An anticlimax waiting to happen?
So, here we have a classic man meets woman situation. A loving husband, Noah, takes his family on a regular summer holiday to his in-Laws enormous mansion in a small town far from the big city.
In a small town cafe he meets a beautiful waitress who is married too. At this point, with the look in his eyes when they first meet we know that no matter how hard he fights it, no matter how good a father he seems to be, he’s going to cheat with this woman.
A closer look at James Gordon and Gotham City.
Gotham takes us back in time to the beginning of Bruce Wayne’s story – the birth of Batman, when his parents are killed in cold blood in an alleyway. What is different about this show is it doesn’t follow Bruce like we’ve seen in the much admired Dark Knight trilogy.
The drama that hides the supernatural in plain sight.
This new supernatural drama has got me restless. I’m not satisfied, comfortable or content with each episode I watch.