'Stranger Things' gets even more creepy with the final Season 2 trailer

by Wade Massey October 15, 2017, 0:22
'Stranger Things' gets even more creepy with the final Season 2 trailer

Friday the 13th just got a whole lot spookier, because the final Season 2 trailer forStranger Things has dropped - and it's sending shivers up our spine.

Season two picks up one year after the events of season one, 1984 in Hawkins, Indiana.

While the monster in the first season was enough to give people nightmares, the trailers for this one show it's going to be much more hard to conquer. "Will Byers has been rescued from the Upside Down but a bigger, sinister entity still threatens those who survived".

Stranger Things creators The Duffer Brothers make no great secret of their inspirations, with the first season being driven by an obvious love for John Carpenter, Wes Craven and that late 80s VHS horror vibe in general.

We also get a glimpse of Nancy and Jonathan teaming up together again - but only when the world is about to end just like last season.

Stranger Things season 2 will be premiering October 27 on Netflix.

The final trailer of the second season is out and it surely maintains the tone that was extremely loved in the first season. Stranger Things has also received a mobile game, promotional videos, as well as posters designed after other classic films that inspired the show.

The result is pretty epic, as we seethe gang gear up to go into battle against unknown creatures from the beyond.

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