Stranger Things 2 previews final trailer with Friday the 13th teaser

Modesto Morganelli
Ottobre 12, 2017

Stranger Things 2 premieres exclusively on Netflix on Friday, Oct. 27 with nine new episodes that are sure to top the highly-successful first season. The video the Stranger Things Twitter account shared includes the names of the first six episodes - "Madmax", "The Boy Who Came Back to Life", "The Pumpkin Patch", "The Palace", "The Storm", and "The Pollywog" - but leaves the last three blank, simply referring to them as "Chapter 7", "Chapter 8", and "Chapter 9".

However, the Duffer Brothers, writers of "Stranger Things", have warned fans that the titles may still change.

Interestingly, it looks like the Duffer Brothers have changed all but one episode title ("The Pollywog") since a year ago. AV Club suggested that this was the writers' way of trying to outsmart the guessing fans who might have thought that they have the plot figured out. The new season is set around Halloween in 1984, and Jason was already terrorizing teens since 1980, so ... it's on the table.

Digital Spy, on the other hand, posited that this new monster, regardless of its name, is going to be a lot more horrific and terrifying than the Demogorgon.

The new footage also showed Will Byers (Noah Schnapp) seeing visions from the Upside Down as the rift seems to be widening and new dangers present themselves.

He explained that the monster would be "tied into this shape that Will sees in the sky". The latter refers to the CIA's mind-control experiments on human subjects in the 1950s and '60s, aimed at trying to find drugs that could be used during interrogations to extract information. At the very least, he's expecting to see one additional season, though that will likely be the franchise's conclusion.

While the video is a clever spoof, it's primarily aimed at hyping up the final trailer for "Stranger Things", which is due out on Friday.

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