"Stranger Things": a scary and explosive trailer for the second part

This trailer also plays with audience expectations, suggesting the death of one of the main characters.

The second part of the fourth season of Stranger Thingsexpected on July 1 on Netflix, has just been revealed in a trailer faithful to the new style of the hit fantasy series: explosive and frightening.

This trailer also plays with audience expectations, suggesting the death of one of the main characters. The series has never hesitated to get rid of certain characters like Barb or Chrissy. For many fans, Steve (Joe Keery) might be next on the list.

longer episodes

Postponed due to the pandemic, the first seven episodes (lasting from 1h10 to 1h40) were broadcast on the streaming platform a few weeks ago, before this second part which will be composed of two episodes of 1h25 and 2:30.

This new season features the band of friends in the fictional town of Hawkins in 1986, six months after the Battle of Starcourt Mall, facing a new supernatural threat.

Far from references to Gooniesfamous adventure film for children, the fourth season leans more towards The Claws of Night by horror master Wes Craven. Robert Englund, the interpreter of Freddy Krueger, also makes an appearance in the season.

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