Hopefully Eleven’s got enough Eggo waffles to last her through this impending disaster.
Joyce (Winona Ryder) continues to be demanding to understand what’s happening together with her boy, the boys are suiting up again “with just as much help” as they possibly can get (i.e. new figures Sadie Sink’s Max, Dacre Montgomery’s Billy, and Sean Astin’s Bob), you will find people flaunting creepy murderer masks, a pounding organ tune evoking The Phantom from the Opera, and Steve (Joe Keery) is able to go full Negan around the Upside Lower together with his nail-impaled baseball bat.
Will (Noah Schnapp) is getting visions of the “shadow” looming over their hometown and Chief Hopper (David Harbour) knows completely this isn’t some nightmare. To quote Twin Peaks, “It’s happening…again.” This time around, though, “it’s nothing like it had been before — it’s grown,” Hopper states.
It’s one freaky Friday the 13th this October. Fox revealed the very first footage from the New Mutants, the X-Men franchise’s foray in to the horror genre, and today this from Netflix: the final Stranger Things trailer, filled with the spooky references you are able to handle.
It’s Halloween party in old Hawkins, Indiana, a period when the spirits from the dead are stated to roam free within our world — and there’s clearly a good amount of supernatural activity. Eleven (Millie Bobby Brown) could allow it to be away from the Upside Lower but all isn’t well.
Stranger Things season 2 premieres on Netflix March. 27. Watch the ultimate trailer above.