Netflix has released a new teaser and poster for Stranger Things 2, the highly-anticipated sequel season to last year's smash hit series about the mysterious disappearance of a young boy in the fictional town of Hawkins, Indiana.
The second season will be set a year after the first, according to the show's creators, and deals with the characters' attempts to return to normal and deal with the fallout from that season. While we wait, we're eager to see more spectacular posters and jaw-dropping teasers from the team of Stranger Things.
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The victim added that her cousin was killed after two men wearing all black busted in the front door and opened fire. These are the nights that you look back on and you regret that they ever happened.
Netflix also gave fans a new synopsis of what to expect in the next eerie installment of "Stranger Things".
Tuesday, Netflix dropped the long-awaited news that season two will be available on their streaming service October 27. "So, people who found Season 1 too scary for them, probably you're going to be more scared by Season 2". The boys are dressing as Ghostbusters for Halloween, something that is sure to strike a chord with many adults now into their late thirties or early forties. As friends, family and local police search for answers, they are drawn into an extraordinary mystery involving top-secret government experiments, terrifying supernatural forces and one very unusual little girl. The trailer featured the kids of Hawkins, Indiana fighting off a creepy monster that appears in a bright red thunderstorm as a banner hauntingly reads, "The world is turning upside down".
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The problem touched off the largest automotive recall in USA history involving up to 69 million inflators and 42 million vehicles. Honda says it has sufficient supplies of replacement inflators available to fix all of its recalled vehicles.
It might take a while for us to find out what this new "sinister" threat is, but that creepy thing in the sky definitely doesn't look good.
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