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We’re attempting to review each ep without spoilers, so if you want to go in completely fresh, close the review now! Logline: A desperate game is played between a scavenger and a monstrous cybernetic being. Verdict: Filmed entirely in black and white,

We’re attempting to review each ep without spoilers but if you want to go in completely fresh then walk away! Logline: Adventure awaits on board the star-searching U.S.S. Callister. Verdict: Aw, geez. It’s difficult for us not to get into this one

We’re attempting to review each ep without spoilers, so if you want to go in completely fresh, close the review now! Logline: A dating app rules this world, as people must live through multiple relationships before finding their perfect partner. Verdict: “Hang

We’re attempting to review each episode without spoilers, so if you want to go in completely fresh, close the review now! Logline: A mother struggles to shield her daughter from the world, before discovering a helpful new technology. Verdict: Black Mirror’s take

Black Mirror by this point needs no introduction. It’s gone from a Channel 4 sleeper hit to a pop culture sensation. Its maestro, Charlie Brooker, once wrote small series for the BBC and had a column for the Guardian. Now,

In the wake of Stranger Things’ continued success, it’s hardly a surprise Netflix would be attracted to anything remotely resembling their hit property. On the surface, German drama Dark seems to fit that paradigm snugly: heady sci-fi plot, plethora of