The new trailer for Stranger Things: Season 4 Vol 2 has been released.Read More “New ‘Stranger Things’ Trailer Drops”
‘Stranger Things’ Season 4 Trailer
The trailer for season four of Stranger Things has been released.Read More “‘Stranger Things’ Season 4 Trailer”
‘Stranger Things’ Announces Final Two Seasons
Stranger Things has announced the final two seasons of the show. The first half of season four will premiere on May 27th, with the second group of episodes following on July 1st.Read More “‘Stranger Things’ Announces Final Two Seasons”
New ‘Strangers Things’ Teaser
Another teaser for the fourth season of Stranger Things has been released.Read More “New ‘Strangers Things’ Teaser”
‘Stranger Things: Season 4’ Teaser
A teaser trailer for Netflix’s fourth season of Stranger Things has been released.Read More “‘Stranger Things: Season 4’ Teaser”
‘Stranger Things’ Teaser Trailer
A teaser for season four of Stranger Things has been released.
‘Stranger Things’ Bloopers
Stranger Things have released bloopers for Season 1, 2, and 3.
‘Stranger Things’ Returning for Season 4
Netflix have shared a teaser to announce Stranger Things will return for a fourth season.
‘Stranger Things’ Season Three Trailer
The trailer for the third season of Stranger Things is here.
‘Stranger Things’ Coming on July 4th
The third season of Stranger Things will be released on July 4th.
‘Stranger Things’ Video Game Announced
A Stranger Things video game is being developed. A trailer has been released.
Review: Calpurnia – Scout
On Calpurnia’s debut album, Scout, the four-piece group from Vancouver, Canada show off their garage-rock influences and showcase the promise of a very talented, young band. The band consists of vocalist/guitarist Finn Wolfhard (from Stranger Things), drummer Malcolm Craig, bassist Jack Anderson, and Ayla Tesler-Mabe rounding out the group on guitar and backing vocals. To simply write-off this group simply based on their age would be a big disservice to yourself and Calpurnia.
The EP itself was recorded under the tutelage of producer Cadien Lake James (of Twin Peaks), and what he is able to get out of the four youngsters is remarkable. Not to say that Calpurnia were not capable of this album without James, but the polish and sheen that comes through the speakers is really amazing.