Netflix’s latest horror film is bound to set hearts racing after being likened to a cross between Saw and Black Mirror. Check out the trailer below:
Choose or Die is the next hotly-anticipated blockbuster to come out of Netflix, combining retro gaming with a thrilling real-life horror element that some are comparing to Black Mirror: Bandersnatch.
The streaming giant dropped the first trailer today (29 March), captioning the clip: “After firing up a lost 80s survival horror game, a young coder unleashes a hidden curse that tears reality apart, forcing her to make terrifying decisions and face deadly consequences.”
The film features Sex Education’s Asa Butterfield star alongside Lola Evans, best known for her roles in Carnival Row and The 100.
In the trailer, the pair are seen battling their way through a real-life game with deadly consequences – seemingly moving up the ranks with only their lives spared.
Who knows where this one will end?
Twitter users weighed in on the trailer, with one writing: “Kinda reminds me of Bandersnatch.”
Another joked: “You had me at Asa Butterfield" as a third made reference to everyone’s favourite game-based film, tweeting: “Jumanji for adults.”
Eager viewers don’t have long to wait, thankfully, as the movie is set to premiere on 15 April around the world on Netflix.
There are even rumours there may be an interactive element.
In light of news that Netflix will be hiking up prices for all customers, almost half of people surveyed have said they are planning on cancelling their subscription.
On 10 March, the streaming service revealed they would be increasing monthly prices, with basic and standard plans set to go up by £1 to £6.99 and £10.99, respectively.
Premium tiers will also increase by £2, taking the total to £15.99 a month.
A spokesperson for the company said: "We have always been focused on providing our members both quality and clear value for their membership.
"Our updated prices reflect the investment we have made in our service and catalogue, and will allow us to continue making the series, documentaries and films our members love as well as investing in talent and the creative industry.
"We offer a range of plans so members can choose a price that works best for them."
In response to the changes, LADbible polled its readers to see if they planned to cancel their subscription to the popular streaming service.
Out of 11,268 votes, 48.5 percent said they would cancel their subscriptions, compared to 51.5 percent who said they would not.
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