Netflix Recreated Their Stranger Things Poster By Paying Homage To The 70’s And 80’s Horror Movies

Horror Movies have been a staple of homes for many generations.

And there is a reason for that. Everyone likes to get their heart pumping and watching a horror movie at night with your family can certainly be a fun way to pass the time. I know I used to do that with my family even though I wouldn’t be able to sleep for many days after watching a particularly horrific movie. Well, Netflix wanted to bring back that nostalgia with Stranger Things.

I wouldn’t say Stranger Things Is a horror series but it does have some terrifying imagery and it also evokes nostalgia for people who were alive back in the day when Stranger Things is set. And while Netflix, the streaming service is not known for its great movies and show, there are some gems in there that take the world by storm, and Stranger Things is one of them.

That is why Netflix has capitalized on that the best they can by recreating stranger things posters in the image of old horror movies that come out in the ’70s and ’80s. You can take a look at these posters yourself by scrolling below. 

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#1 Jaws, 1975.

#2 The Evil Dead, 1981.

#3 Alien, 1979.

It sometimes feels like forever since season 3 of The Stranger Things and the audiences at home have been clamoring for more since then. But because of the pandemic, the shooting was delayed quite a lot which meant the season 4 date was pushed back. However, the trailer for season 4 has dropped and viewers couldn’t be more excited for what is to come.

I won’t spoil anything for you in case you haven’t watched all the seasons, but there is a lot of interesting things in this new season from what we can see in the trailer.

#4 Stand By Me, 1986.

Most if not all characters from the previous seasons will be returning for season 4 but we still don’t know much about the plot which Netflix has been quite hush-hush about. All we know right now is that it might include time travel and something about a Hellfire club from the fact that the first episode of seasons 4 is named just that. Other than that, we are in the dark and we can only imagine what is to come next.

#5 Firestarter, 1984.

#6 A Nightmare On Elm Street, 1984.

#7 The Running Man, 1987.

What are your thoughts on The Stranger Things series? Do you like it as much as the whole world seems to or do you think it is overrated? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

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