3 Shows Like Black Mirror That Will Make You Feel Uneasy!

It’s Halloween time, and everyone wants to be brave and watch something scary or disturbing. I always rewatch some Black Mirror episodes at the start of October month. But in the last few years, we got a few shows that cover a similar genre. If you are a huge fan of the Netflix show and want to watch something that will make you jittery, I have a few suggestions.

I’ve shared my favourite sci-fi/horror-fantasy genre shows in this listicle that made me feel uneasy. It’s not a long list, so that you can binge-watch them in a span of 3-4 days.

Check out the list of shows like Black Mirror that you will enjoy watching:

Black Mirror

I’m sure some of you are yet to watch it. One of my most favourite shows that have made me feel uncomfortable in every season. The sci-fi anthology series has 5 seasons, showing us how human life can be doomed with advanced technological inventions. You can randomly pick up any episode you want to. The show will either fascinate you make you hate everything for quite some time. My favourite episodes are – Nosedive, Arkangel, Hang the DJ, Shut Up and Dance, The Entire History of You, White Christmas and Be Right Back.

Check it out on Netflix here.

Love, Death + Robots

Love, Death and Robots have short stories of science, horror, apocalypse and fantasy genres. The duration of the episodes is between 7 minutes to 20 minutes approximately. The show gained popularity among viewers for its storytelling and brilliant animation. Some episodes leave you astounded for how its brutality.

Watch the show on Netflix.

Oats Studios

The short stories featured in the show are quite disturbing. The episode that made me most uncomfortable was ‘Cooking With Bill’. I still get flashes of what happened in it. Neill Blomkamp’s imagination of post-apocalyptic worlds is horrifying yet intriguing.

Check out the episodes here.

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Solos

Amazon Prime Video’s Solos has an amazing star cast – Constance Wu, Anne Hathaway, Uzo Aduba, Morgan Freeman and Helen Mirren. The 7-part anthology series doesn’t have extremely dark stories like the shows above. They tap more on our emotional side while also making us feel uneasy at times. My favourite episodes are Leah, Sasha, and Jenny.

Watch the show on Amazon Prime.

Hope you have a good Halloween month while enjoying some creepy content!

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