Stranger Things is celebrating Friday the 13th with a legitimately scary final sneak-peek trailer for season two.
The 2-minute-48-second follow-up to yesterday's 12-scare teaser opens on Halloween night in Hawkins, Indiana, which is in just as much duress as it was at the end of season one.
With anthemic music pulsing in the background, we learn that Eleven (Millie Bobby Brown) is back from the Upside Down and Chief Hopper (David Harbour) believes that Will’s (Noah Schnapp) shadow illusions are a reality. The boys and everyone in town are in for even more creepy twists and turns, and it all leads back to Hawkins Lab.
The apocalypse is upon them, but thankfully, Lucas (Caleb McLaughlin) has his slingshot.
Stranger Things season two hits Netflix on Friday, October 27.
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