Breaking Netflix's Black Mirror (With Marquis Woolford)
Series: Fair Enough Podcast
Episode: #69 Netflix's Black Mirror (With Marquis Woolford)
Release Date: February 16, 2019
Length: 2 hours, 11 minutes, 10 seconds
Summary: Controversial author Marquis Woolford returns to the Secret Room to have a free discussion on the Netflix original techno-thriller anthology "Black Mirror!" Nathan and Craig discuss "Black Mirror: Bandersnatch" in the intro, and follow up on their recent Batman discussion in the outro. Featuring music from Ricklan, Ross Bugden, Emil Axelsson, and Silent Partner.
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Warning: Explicit language.
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Aaaand we've got a new episode of Fair Enough Podcast! Outspoken author Marquis Woolford (find his books here) makes his long-awaited return to the Secret Room to celebrate Black History Month -- how else? -- with a conversation about the surreal-yet-all-too-real Netflix anthology series Black Mirror. This episode comes with a trigger warning (but, really, you should expect that with any episode Marquis appears in). If you've seen Black Mirror, you know what to expect, but in case you haven't... those uncomfortable with lengthy discussions on pedophilia, bestiality, institutionalized racism, murder, or Dick Grayson as Batman might want to skip this one.
Your tireless (ha) hosts kick the show off with a chat about the newest Black Mirror installment, "Bandersnatch," a Choose-Your-Own-Adventure™ style interactive episode, and close it out with a heated argument about Batman and the comic publishing industry. But the meat of the episode is in the middle, with a long-winded discussion on... well, more about society in general than Black Mirror, to be honest.