The nearly-3-minute full of terrors video gives fans what to expect from the upcoming season 2, including its story, threat and characters. Brown's Eleven opens the trailer. The telekinetic nose-bleeder manages to flee Upside Down and come back to Hawkins as she is seen obtaining what looks like Chief Hopper's (David Harbour) Eggo in the middle of the woods. However, judging by the lighting, it doesn't rule out the possibility that the scene is set in the Upside Down instead.
As Will (Noah Schnapp) is having a PTSD-like vision of spider-like shadow monster, people seemingly assume that it has something to do with his mind. He is taken to a facility, seemingly the place where Eleven was held previously, to undergo testing while his mother Joyce (Winona Ryder) yells, "What is wrong with my boy?!"
The trailer hints that the monster is slowly infiltrating the town with its long limbs. Will, who dons a medical gown, is later seen staring at a slew of photos, presumably of the town, some of which feature snaking waterways that are terrifyingly similar to the legs of the shadow monster from his vision.
Sadie Sink's Max is also featured in the trailer. It seems like she has no problem joining the gang in their dark mission fighting against whatever threatening their town. "If anyone knows how to destroy this thing, it's Will," Mike (Finn Wolfhard) says.
In addition to offering a glimpse of Max's older brother Billy (Dacre Montgomery), the final trailer is full of nods to classic '80s horror and sci-fi movies, including "Karate Kid", "Halloween", and "Jeepers Creepers". The trailer concludes with everyone in the town preparing themselves for the monster, Lucas (Caleb McLaughlin) with his slingshot and Hopper & Nancy (Natalia Dyer) with their guns.
"Stranger Things" season 2 premieres on October 27 on Netflix.