Stranger Things Couldn't Resist Dropping a Spooky Friday the 13th Trailer

Stranger Things Couldn't Resist Dropping a Spooky Friday the 13th Trailer

Stranger Things Couldn't Resist Dropping a Spooky Friday the 13th Trailer

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. The trailer begins with the fan favourite Eleven (Millie Bobby Brown) and we're certain she'll charm the audience this season as well. He said: "Hopper's daughter will be the primary focus of Season Two, but not in the way that you think it will be".

To keep fans from rioting, Netflix has just unveiled one final trailer, and damn that is one giant monster.

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While Eleven was the last season's great hope for defeating the Demogorgon, it seems everything's resting on Will this season (with the help of his teen pals, who are shown traipsing right into the Upside Down). Fortunately, a few new characters have joined the core group as the story picks up in 1984, a year after the first season's events.

The monster has grown and so has the danger.

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Even the dubious employees at Hawkins Lab don't look prepared for the creature laying waste to the town.

The pictures show a windy river path which also look like the monster's legs, suggesting that Stranger Things season two will show a link between the IN town becoming more involved IN the action as opposed to the Upside Down.

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