The Stranger Things Season 4 Part 1 reviews are in, and critics are showering love on Netflix’s beloved horror series.
It had been a while since Season 3 of Stranger Things came out and Season 4 is bringing new elements. Stranger Things season 4 will be the second last season of Netflix’s hit sci-fi horror show which is scheduled to air in 2 parts. The first part will be aired on Friday.
With an overall journey till Season 3, Stranger Things Season 4 will take place in 1986, just six months after the Battle of Starcourt. The series will separate the main characters for the first time which will bring many adventures along the way along with “a new and horrifying supernatural threat” which, if solved, might finally put an end to the horrors of the Upside Down.
Stranger Things Season 4 will answer the long asked questions to the fans
The fourth season is described as an ambitious, terrifying comeback that has mixed plotlines. The fascinating thing about Stranger Things season 4 is that it takes after the strengths and weaknesses of its studio. Season 4 has breathtaking creativity and sincere storytelling joy.
According to Amy Charles from BBC, “Throughout these first six episodes given out for review, threads and storylines from the previous series are coming together, finally giving fans some answers to long-asked questions about just what on Earth is going on. And with each episode in the series so far running between 62 and 77 minutes, and The Wrap reporting that the finale will be over two hours long, it could be a long slog – but thanks to zippy pacing, wild twists and great comic moments, it never drags. Each episode also reportedly cost an eye-watering $30 million to make, and it shows: the effects are impressive, and the sets are beautiful elaborate time capsules.”
Season 4 of Stranger Things is the ‘scariest’ Season
According to Daniel Fienberg from THR, “With two more unseen feature-length episodes coming in July, the fourth season of Stranger Things is the biggest, scariest, most ambitious Stranger Things season yet. It’s also the least charming, least funny and least inventive season yet, which doesn’t mean that those elements are wholly lacking, just that the effort to concentrate on moments of human relatability often gets overwhelmed by the attempts at scale.”
Though, many of the negative reviews of the series suggest that the series has too much screen time which is making the series overstuffed but the Vecna has proven a hit, and many critics are admiring that scares are impactful.