On July 4, Netflix & # 39; s Stranger Things will return for the third season, and the final trailer for that eight-episode adventure has just been released. In a classic Hollywood hype way, the trailer increases the stakes and makes everything even more apocalyptic than usual. It extends the tone of the show in tone: from a relatively slow burning and subtle mystery, to the more hectic second season, and now a third season that feels more like an action film.
Start with the familiar & # 39; use your imagination & # 39; style of anxiety induction that we know Stranger Things because towards the end the trailer is full of action scenes, bloody heroes and roaring monsters that force the children to crawl behind broken cars. Her Jurassic Park meets Ghostbusers, which, if you think about it, can still work a lot, but it is certainly not the same old Stranger Things.