The carnivorous monster who warps between universes in the first season of “Stranger Things” will make for a terrifying addition.
Some small-town iconography from this 80s-era Midwest locale would set the tone and make us feel welcome.
Poor Will’s just trying to get back home and this house feels anything but normal in his absence… Especially with the electrical interference from the Upside Down causing these lights to transfer messages from beyond!
Catching sight of adventurous best friends Will, Mike, Dustin or Lucas will give us a much-needed boost of courage!
This strange, top-secret facility may look polished, but there’s some serious darkness found within.
The woods of the Upside Down, with ghostly trees spitting strange and sinister spores in all directions, would make a pretty terrifying landscape to explore…and escape.
An appearance from this go-to breakfast will leave us hungry for more.
The mind-bending sequences from the perspective of the psychic characters tend to give us the chills… all the more reason to step into them this Halloween.
“Stranger Things” did a great job of capturing the unique frights of one of the scariest things in the world… middle school.
One of the best parts of “Stranger Things” is the way it makes you feel like a kid again, and the fearless heroes’ nostalgic bicycles always get us in the right gear.
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