WATCH: 3 creepy scenes from ‘Stranger Things’


Posted at Sep 15 2016 06:31 PM | Updated as of Sep 19 2016 06:48 PM

MANILA -- Since its premiere last July 15, Netflix's original series "Strangers Things" have been setting both horror and sci-fi fans abuzz.

Starring ‘90s icon Winona Ryder, "Stranger Things" features a supernatural mystery that combines both the funny and scary.

Its interesting soundtrack, eyegasmic visual effects, and well-planned production design have hooked viewers, making the series one of the most watched shows on Netflix.

"Strangers Things," which is highly influenced by Steven Spielberg, John Carpenter and Stephen King, brings ‘80s vibes and nostalgic effects to its audience.

But, of course, the best things to look forward to in the series are the creepy scenes which will surely bring goose bumps to anyone who enjoys thrillers.

Here are some of the creepiest scenes in Season 1 (Spoiler alert!):

1. Episode 1

In 1983, a scientist was attacked by an unseen creature while working at a laboratory of the US Department of Energy. This was followed by the disappearance of the 12-year-old Will Byers after encountering the creature while biking home after playing Dungeons & Dragons with his pals.

2. Episode 3

Joyce strings Christmas lights around her home to communicate with her missing son, who can turn them on and off. Will used the lights to tell his mom that he is alive, but unsafe.

3. Episode 4

Joyce hears Will's voice through her living room wall. She tears the wallpaper, exposing a flesh-like substance with Will on the other side. She then tries to break the wall with an axe, creating a hole that leads to her front porch. But Will is nowhere to be found.

Indeed, “Stranger Things” is a must-see for all thriller and horror fans out there. But apart from creepy scenes, the series also features an interesting soundtrack featuring some of the greatest hits of the ’60s, ’70s and ’80s that are also packed with strange trivia.

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