Source:edition.cnn.com

A few months before the start of the new season of Stranger Things its trailer was brought to the light. Based on shots of this video, we have an interesting sequel to come. The first episode of Stranger Things season 2 will be aired on October 27.

So, let’s discuss the trailer a little bit.

At the beginning of the video, we see children playing Dragon’s Lair, the game which can make many people want to go back to their childhood.

Later on, a huge beast appears in the sky as Will Byers starts getting flashes from some other world we got the chance to see in season 1.

We can also catch a glimpse of a new character Roman, played by Linnea Berthelsen, characterized as “an emotionally damaged, magnetic young woman who suffered a great loss as a child. Although she does not live in Hawkins, she is mysteriously connected to the supernatural events at the lab.”

Will is apparently under the watchful eye of government who are interested in his flashes. While his mother is thinking that the doctors are taking care of her little boy, many secrets are hiding behind the closed doors.

At one point Will also utters the words “I felt it everywhere,” with tears in his eyes and evidently scared and upset.

Hopper is also back for the new season. He is trying to figure out where the center of activity lies by following a certain map.

Will transfers his visions of a monster on the paper as a drawing. However, it seems as if he is not doing that completely consciously. Joyce and Hop appear quite worried about his mental state.

Near the end of the trailer, we get to see Will running through the hallways. But he seems to be running away from some black shadow on the walls.

Source:denofgeek.com

And final, we get to catch a glimpse of Eleven who has returned and who looks to find her way out from the dangerous world.

Stay tuned for more details on Stranger Things.

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