A Black Mirror full-length movie called Bandersnatch is dropping on December 28. That's via a Redditor who accidentally stumbled across the page for the not-yet-uploaded film

While Netflix is doing its best to keep the movie under wraps, fans can't help but uncover every little bit of information that's possible to know about the film. Via folks in England who walked past the sets for the shoot, we know that the film will be set in the '80s.

Other internet sleuths have pointed out that Bandersnatch was part of a name of a Commodore 64 game from the mid-'80s. A preview image shows three men huddled over a gaming console.  When coupled with a teaser that the streaming giant shared in Bloomberg, it's possible that Bandersnatch might be a choose-your-own-adventure style game. 

It won't be the first time that Black Mirror has gone long. The Star Trek-aping episode "U.S.S. Callister" ran 76 minutes, still shorter than some features but longer than the average story in the technology-fearing anthology series.