Sure, you could wait for October 31st to immerse yourself in the creepily disturbing, to wallow in waves of nostalgia, to set your eyes upon a child’s wonder and fear intermingled, and of course to down mounds of, well, Mounds (and Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups, and M & Ms, and Almond Joys and and and…).
Or you could do what the rest of us are planning on: break open those bags of Halloween candy a few nights early, plop on the couch, and binge-watch season two of Stranger Things which will be released on Netflix tomorrow.
This show has it all — arcade games, Eggos, and everyone’s favorite childhood memory, riding bikes at night. Everything about this show has been unbelievably fun!
So, what are your predictions for the second season of Stranger Things? What do you think will happen in the crazy, um, “upside down” world of TVs best horror show ever?
And if you’re not watching Stranger Things, why not??
One commenter will choose a book from our stacks.