Netflix's latest Black Mirror-inspired advert is a futuristic nightmare

Black Mirror advert 'Introducing Netflix Vista' is basically a new mini-episode

'Get out and watch it'

Jack Shepherd@JackJShepherd
Sunday 20 November 2016 11:57

Season three of Black Mirror is quite terrifying, depicting various dystopian futures, some frighteningly close to our own reality (“Shut Up and Dance” in particular).

Even when promoting the show, Netflix has managed to creep everyone out. Their latest two-minute long advert is no exception.

“Introducing Netflix Vista” is basically a mini episode of Black Mirror in which people are able to watch Netflix wherever they are through a bizarre chip and lens system installed in their head.

Instead of enjoying romantic meetings, dinner parties, and trips to the ocean, those with the chip decide to have Netflix shows appear in their vision.

Scarily, when actively watching Netflix, their eyes turn white, reminiscent of how Toby Kebbel’s eyes went in "The Entire History of You”.

Recently, the makers of Black Mirror poked fun at the recent US election result, reminding the world: “This isn't an episode.”

Season three of Black Mirror is currently streaming on Netflix. The Netflix Vista is not currently available but should reach stores soon…

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