The sci-fi, horror series exclusive to Netflix launched last summer and immediately sucked audiences in. It's creepy, it's interesting, it's a constant mind-puzzle... it's pretty much everything a fan of this genre could want in a TV series with the added benefit of Netflix letting us instantly binge on an entire season the day it releases. With a 1980's Midwestern setting, it's easy for anyone to get sucked into what feels like a familiar environment that isn't portrayed often enough but is always a phenomenal setting for sci-fi and horror.
The season 2 trailer finally launched and we are all foaming at the mouth with excitement and because of our enthusiasm, we may have missed like tons of little details that will only enhance our season 2 experience. So after some meticulous thought, we've found the ones you likely missed and need to have pointed out because let's face it: this is something we need to prepare for.
Beware, if you haven't seen Season One then you may want to catch up before reading this. Season One spoilers are in this article!
1. Right off the bat!
In the very first portion of the trailer we get our first "WHAT THE WHAT" moment. At the end of the first season we know that the four boys reunited but right here we see only three boys ride up. Okay, um, what happened to the fourth? Did he get sent to the Upside down? I need to know. We need to know!
The boys are total geeks but we don't think that the upfront and center view of the periodic table of elements on Dustin's shirt is a coincidence. Perhaps since we last saw them the gang has been brushing up on their science?
The trailer makes a point of repeatedly showing the boys playing The Dragon's Lair video game (and hey, no surprises that these guys love their video games, right?) What really has our goat though is how ominous the decoration around the game's logo is. We are anticipated some twists.
Something distracts Will while playing the game and our curiosity is super high for this. Not to mention a brief glimpse at up-and-coming young actor Matty Cardarople (known for his role in Jurassic World,) has us at least a little pumped for character development.
Okay a few things, we know the year is suppoesd to be 1984 and that's when Ghostbusters came out so that kind of explains the costumes earlier but now it appears the boys have caught a ghost in their toy. Except that toy shouldn't exist until 1986. Are we looking at time travel?