The incredible Stranger Things season 2 trailer is here

Posted July 24, 2017

The trailer opens on our intrepid young friends-Mike, Dustin, Lucas, and Will-riding their bikes to the arcade to play Dragon's Lair, presumably not long after the events of the first season transpired.

In the first-season finale, Joyce and Hopper rescued Will from imprisonment in the Upside Down, a bleak world that exists simultaneously with our own world.

The music, complete with chunks of Vincent Price's atmospheric narration, was flawless for a new look at the latest season, which finds Will Byers (Noah Schnapp) seeing apocalyptic visions and teasing the return of Millie Bobby Brown's Eleven. "A bigger, sinister entity still threatens those who survived", according to Netflix.

Expanding on the show's mythology and delving deeper into the aftermath of the first season, this next chapter takes place about a year later.

It's 1984 and the citizens of Hawkins, Indiana are still reeling from the horrors of the Demogorgon and the secrets of Hawkins Lab.

Only a few weeks after the release date for Stranger Things Season 2 was announced, Netflix has released a brand new, full-length trailer, chock full of new footage and insight into the next adventure in the popular show. Vincent Price's voice-over on Michael Jackson's "Thriller" narrates the whole thing.

"Compared to last season, Will shows more bravery", Schnapp said. There, he glimpses the enormous monster we've seen previously in trailers. I'm dropping a little spice into the recipe that you all know and love, which is an honor.

The second season arrives on October 27, just in time for some Halloween binge watching.

Netflix unveiled the trailer for the upcoming season of the breakout hit at Comic-Con, and it's chock-full of 1980s pop cultural references.

Season two, comprised of nine episodes, drops on October 27, in time for Halloween. We have a sneak peek of the new cast including Max played by Sadie Sink.