WATCH: Here’s why you shouldn’t miss Stranger Things 2 on Netflix!

Time to update your Halloween costume ideas. Stranger Things from Netflix is back with more “Demogorgons”, “Demodogs”, and other slimy whatnots from the Upside Down just in time with the spooky celebrations of the month. Our post is a bit late to the party, given that the entire season has already been made available online last Thursday (October 26, 2017) but as previously mentioned on Facebook (perks of following us on social media), our friend from Rated R with Raco Ruiz gave us updates from the advanced screening at the Uptown Mall held a day before the official release. Yes, it’s that cinematic so they opted to flash it on the big screen!

If you haven’t seen Stranger Things 2 yet, here are reactions that might encourage you to binge-watch all eight episodes during the break:

Want more? We’ll let Raco do the talking. Don’t forget to subscribe to the Rated R YouTube Channel for more videos:

You’ll only need seven hours (398 minutes long to be exact) to watch Season 2, with each episode taking 48-55 minutes. Our favorite 1980s kids from Hawkins, Indiana are back with a bigger monster to face – all while trying to juggle internal conflicts and personal matters in their lives. We saw Eleven (played by Millie Bobby Brown) part ways with Mike (Finn Wolfhard), Dustin (Gaten Matarazzo), Lucas (Caleb McLaughlin), and Will (Noah Schnapp) in the last episode of Season 1. We also saw Will spit out a slug-like creature before the credits rolled. We saw how Nancy (Natalia Dyer) and Steve (Joe Keery) tried to brush of Barb’s (Shannon Purser) death in the Upside Down. All these gaping conflicts await us this season and we’re confident enough to tell you that all these old wounds will again be opened… for legit closure. #JusticeForBarb (HOORAY)

Here’s the final trailer to get you more excited:

Head over to Netflix right now and join the discussion about the new characters, events, and intense slime-fest from this season. Watch in Super HD for more fun!

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