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– by David Kozlowski

We’ve been talking about it, you’ve been wondering about it, and tomorrow — Friday the 13th — we’re going to learn more about it. What are we talking about? Oh, right, Netflix’s Stranger Things Season 2 is coming real, real soon (October 27) — and the final trailer drops tomorrow. How do we know this? Netflix posted a cool countdown video on Twitter (although this one counts up — wait for it — to 13).

So let’s head back to the 80s where arcades were cool and games like Dragon’s Lair cost a whopping $1 to play, which was a ton of money for most kids in my working-class town, back in the day. The Stranger Things kids are all a year older, there are new monsters to discover, and we all get to hang out with that cool Sheriff who’s going to be Hellboy someday soon too.

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This cool promo for a promo is packed with lots of nods and winks to 80s horror, sci-fi, and superhero action-adventure stuff. Netflix is sparing no expense to bring us all the nostalgia we can eat… at least for eight more episodes (and we already know there’s going to be a Season 3, and maybe even a Season 4).

The show’s creators have done a tremendous job of building interest and excitement for this second season of Stranger Things — unfortunately, it’s not going to sneak up on anybody this year, which is a total bummer for fans of creepy stuff. Stay tuned!

Are you ready to dive back into the 80s where we left all of our Stranger Things? Let us know in the comments down below!

Stranger Things Season 2 hits Netflix on October 27, 2017.

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  • I can’t wait for this one. I wonder how quickly I’ll get through this season.

  • Kindofabigdeal

    No more trailers. Anyone who is going to watch is going to watch. You will have record streaming which will not be recorded or reported. Just give us the damn show already.

    • Netflix has a real problem with under-promoting their original shows and films, while also delivering tiny teasers, which do little more than set or reinforce tone (see: The Punisher). It’s tiring, which is why we make fun of them (in a good way).

David Kozlowski is a writer, podcaster, and visual artist. A U.S. Army veteran, David worked 20 years in the videogame industry and is a graduate of Arizona State University's Film and Media Studies.