Just a few hours ago, Comic-Con attendees were treated to the very first full trailer for Stranger Things Season Two.

The three-minute trailer revolves around Will Byers (Noah Schnapp) and the unusual things that have transpired since he returned to the town of Hawkins, Indiana and his family. Will, largely absent in season one, looks set to play a much bigger role in the second season, while Mike (Finn Wolfhard) is still set on finding Eleven (Millie Bobby Brown), who continues to reach out to him from the Upside Down.

The '80s theme that made the first season a trip down memory lane is reinforced by Vincent Price’s famous voice-over narration from Michael Jackson’s “Thriller” video. Gravestones reading “Trick or Treat,” meanwhile, remind us that the highly anticipated second season is set to premiere on October 27 only on Netflix.

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