The New Stranger Things 2 Trailer Might Give You Nightmares

Kelvin Reese
July 24, 2017

Originally slated on Netflix's schedule to return on Halloween, after seeing this clip, it makes sense why the binge-watching service pushed up the show to October 27.

Like many popular movies and TV shows, Comic Con is the season of giving and gifting pop culture nerds with trailers, teasers, and exclusives.

Stranger Things was a completely unknown quantity past year. Although it's been a few torturously long months without any information, the season two trailer that was unveiled at Comic-Con finally gives us an answer.

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To get you up to speed, the surprise hit focuses on the small town of Hawkins, Indiana, which is terrorized by a mysterious creature from an alternate reality the town's kids call the Upside Down. Apparently, they spend a lot of time at the arcade (playing Dragon's Lair no less) and making 80s references. "Her role is substantial and really satisfying", executive producer Shawn Levy said. Judging by the sheer intensity and mystery of this trailer, things are going to get bigger and more intense for the characters ofStranger Things in Season 2.

The trailer echoes this statement as it's clear that Will's presence is just as much a disruption to life in Hawkins as his disappearance was in Season 1. Brown shared the little information she was allowed.

"I don't know", Will says with giant tears welling up in his eyes. There are some supernatural forces at play, and we follow Will's mother, Joyce Byers (Winona Ryder), the police chief and the boy's friends - helped by Eleven - as they search for Will. "Barb will be avenged". The series has also added Sean Astin (The Goonies), Paul Reiser (Aliens), Brett Gelman (Jobs), Dacre Montgomery (Power Rangers), Danish actress Linnea Berthelsen, and Broadway star Sadie Sink into the mix as well.

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