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Stranger Things Season 4: Horrifying First Eight Minutes Revealed

Good news for all Stranger Things fans! Netflix has finally teased all Stranger Things fans by releasing the initial eight minutes of the upcoming Season 4 online.

The footage was posted to the official Twitter account of Netflix as the new video focuses on a sleepy, normal morning in the year 1979 in Hawkins, Indiana.

The Clip Brings Back The Sinister Dr. Brenner

Dr. Brenner in Stranger Things
Matthew Modine as Dr. Brenner

Fans will undeniably recognize the evil Dr. Martin Brenner (played by Matthew Modine) as he is seen going about his usual morning routine. Cutting to the infamous laboratory that housed Eleven in the first season, the video goes on to take a turn for the twisted as the audiences are provided with some more insight into the evil and dark experiments conducted by Brenner on a little group of children who seem blessed with supernatural powers.

Here’s the tweet:

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The fourth season of Stranger Things will pick up many years after the end of the previous season as the core cast of characters will return to face their most massive challenge yet. Some characters will be split up across the States, fans can also expect to see a few familiar characters, like Jim Hopper (played by David Harbour), Mike Wheeler (played by Finn Wolfhard), Will Byers (played by Noah Schnapp), and Eleven (played by Millie Bobby Brown) and a few more. Midst these familiar faces, the fourth season will also see the Demogorgon returning again – for fans who have forgotten, a brutal monster that plagued the characters throughout the series.

A New Villain Is On Its Way In Stranger Things Season 4

Stranger Things Season 4
Stranger Things Season 4

The fourth season of Stranger Things will also see the debut of another terrifying new villain named Vecna. Talking about the threat posed by the creature, David Harbour revealed that the presence of the monster was quite essential to keep the series alive and fresh. “Vecna is a psychological horror that I don’t think we’ve really seen,” Harbour said. “The Upside Down has been this Wild West world where there are creatures running around, there’s violence, but we’ve never seen something as calculatedly psychologically evil as this. That’s exciting because he is a true big bad that we’ve needed in the series.”

Season 4 of Stranger Things will premiere in two parts, with Volume One having a total of seven episodes and Vol. 2 comprising two feature-length installments. Vol. 1 is slated to premiere on May 27 while Vol. 2 shall arrive on July 1 on Netflix.

 

Source: Twitter

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