Behold Hopper and his Hawaiian shirt in action.
Not even a shiny new mall is going to help Eleven, Mike, and the rest of the gang when the flesh monster shows up.
And let the speculation, analysis, and fan theories begin.
I understand why others find the series derivative, clichéd, too reliant on tropes, etc. But it doesn’t feel derivative to me at all.
Also, let’s talk about what’ll happen in season 3 and why the series is so affecting to begin with.
We’ll find out for sure on December 1.
Cool news and trailers coming out of Comic-Con 2017, plus more.
There’s no way I’m not immediately watching this.
Things far, far worse than the demogorgon are lurking in the Upside Down.
Some humorous video mash-ups, a space opera comic title, and some über-nerdy trailer analysis.
Dixon and Stein have composed a rich, evocative score that brings the world of “Stranger Things” to life all on its own.
Also, some more thoughts about why, exactly, the show is so powerful and endearing for me.
It’s been a long time since I’ve watched something that hits so many of my favorite tropes and narrative ideas.
After one episode, this delightfully creepy throwback to classic ’80s Spielberg has me hooked.