Peter and Susan at back are you with recaps of season 2 of Stranger Things. They guided you through the Upside Down last season, and they’re ready to jump right back in.
Join Dork Shelf's TV critics Susan Stover and Peter Counter as they put the super in supernatural television.
"The Upside Down” leaves viewers with what Stranger Things does best: unabashed nostalgia, spooky suspense, and heartfelt moments.
It’s time to team up with parents and estranged siblings, it’s time to rob an evidence room, destroy an evil utility van, and make a sense-dep tank out of a kiddie pool. “The Bathtub” pulls together all the show’s plot threads into one propulsive rope of suspense.
There is a monster under every bed. There is a monster under everywhere. Chapter Six of Stranger Things is all about getting to know the faceless bad boy that haunts Hawkins.
We sat down with Stranger Things star Finn Wolfhard to talk Stephen King, Mike and Eleven, his favourite '80s movies, and much more.
Get out your string theory textbooks, “The Flea and the Acrobat” injects some theoretical physics into the Stranger Things mythology.
“The Body” begins with a hypothesis about the events surrounding the death of Will Byers. However, things are not so cut and dried when radio waves, photographs, and pocket knives all reveal more evidence that the Byers boy may in fact be alive.
Eric and Peter Counter discuss Ghostbusters, Stranger Things, and the Pokemon GO phenomenon.
Chapter Three of Stranger Things, “Holly, Jolly,” is all about taking initiative to right wrongs and rescue friends. Sadly, we learn the limits of good plans executed with the best intentions.
“The Weirdo on Maple Street” is all about the one particular individual who seems to have changed everything for the small town of Hawkins.
“The Vanishing of Will Byers” is Chapter One of the Stranger Things saga wherein we are introduced to a mysterious monster, a group of misfits, a missing boy, an odd girl, a bored police chief, and an seemingly evil government body.