‘Stranger Things’ Season 2 Monster Will Be Seen More Than The Demogorgon

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Stranger Things Season 2 will be upping its VFX game this time around by having its monster show up much more frequently than its predecessor – the Demogorgon, pictured above – did in Season 1.

In a short chat with TVLine, series co-creator Ross Duffer noted that this season’s monster is going to be on-screen a lot more:

“Last season, a lot of the horror and a lot of what was happening with Will was off screen in the Upside-Down… That’s not the case [in Season 2]. The horror is more up-close and personal.”

Having the Demogorgon only appear sparingly was a smart move from a narrative standpoint and a financial one – the creature’s presence in a scene could be felt even when we couldn’t see it, and the visuals for the monster were pretty top-notch aside from a few scenes in the season finale (where they probably had to cut a few corners on budget). So it ought to be very interesting to see what a more up-close-and-personal monster will look like with this next batch of episodes, and if Netflix is smart, then they’ll have boosted the budget on the digital effects for the new monster this time around to make sure that there aren’t any visual hiccups like there were in the finale.

Stranger Things Season 2 arrives in time for Halloween this year.

Source: TVLine

‘Stranger Things’: Top 11 Moments Of Season 1

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Netflix’s smash hit Stranger Things became an instant pop culture phenomenon after its debut last July. The Netflix Original not only pays homage to ’80s pop culture, Stranger Things actually lives up to its predecessors and deserves a place next to them on the shelf. Chances are you, or someone you know is completely obsessed with the show.

Now that we’ve seen the teaser, the wait is going to be even more arduous. To help fill the void as we begin the long wait for Stranger Things season 2, I’ve put together a list of the top 11 moments from the show.

Click Next to start the list! (FULL SPOILERS, OF COURSE)

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