Netflix coming to a new TV series that draws on the repertoire of films like The Goonies, E. T., Explorers, and other masterpieces, for the nostalgic eighties
Does not it get out alive from the eighties, even the 2.0 era of streaming platforms. There is “fell” well Netflix, which with Stranger Things, new series available on the platform from July 15, the tip really all about ’80.
There is the setting for homes and high schools that we saw in the film era, there are kids and adults dressed and combed as now we pretend to never be tanned, there is a child who mysteriously disappears, there are forces supernatural (or alien?) and there’s even she, Winona Ryder, who eighties is one of the actresses symbolic.
The series, created by brothers Matt and Ross Duffer (Wayward Pines), is really a tribute to all the cult films of the “fabulous eighties” – E. T., The Goonies, Poltergeist, Explorers – and is set right at the time.
A Hawkins in Indiana, Joyce (Winona Ryder) is working with the police to find his son, who disappeared under mysterious circumstances.
During the investigation, also conducted privately, the plot, which draws from the repertoire of the ’80s, spread between government experiments, demonic forces (or, indeed, extraterrestrials) and disturbing stories.
In fact, there are others who, like The Verge, Stranger Things describes as “the show that Steven Spielbeg and Stephen King” could do together.