Over the last few days, Black Mirror fans have spent their time watching and rewatching Bandersnatch in the hope of seeing all of the possible alternative endings.
Many claim following the different pathways of the interactive special left them feeling "psycho" as they decided how certain characters would meet their grim fate.
Despite this, some diehard fans are already desperate for more – especially after learning that season five has been delayed – and it seems their prayers may have been answered.
A Black Mirror-inspired newsagents has set up shop in Birmingham’s Grand Central just days after the movie dropped on Netflix, reports Birmingham Live.
A similar store has also appeared at Old Street Station in London.
Called Tucker’s Newsagent and Games, the shops are bound to delight fans who will notice the name references a company featured in the latest installment of the series.
The shops appear to be filled with computers, magazines and stationery and look like something straight out of the 1980s.
Twitter user Daniel Wilkie shared photos of the quirky store in London and said: "Loving the Bandersnatch themed shop at Old Street Station."
His images reveal that there are Bandersnatch posters in the windows, with comic books relating to episode such as San Junipero and USS Callister.
Games consoles in the shop also feature the logo for Tuckersoft – the company Stefan Butler is developing a ‘choose your own adventure’ video game for in the film.
Despite the buzz surrounding the stores, it seems they aren’t actually open to the public and can only be viewed from the outside.
Black Mirror: Bandersnatch stars Fionn Whitehead, Asim Chaudhry and Will Poulter and is based on a planned Imagine Software video game of the same name which went unreleased after the company filed for bankruptcy.
The title also alludes to work by Alice in Wonderland author Lewis Carroll which featured a bandersnatch creature.
Black Mirror’s Bandersnatch
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