Beyond Stranger Things (Review)

Host; Jim Rash
21 minutes
7 Episodes
Streaming on Netflix.

Since I reviewed the second season of what must be one of the most popular shows streaming on Netflix at the moment, I thought I would also check out Beyond Stranger Things and post a review of it as well.

Host, Jim Rash sits down through seven rounds with all of the cast members and not only interviews them, but also gets inside gossip on what went on behind the scenes, asks the creator themselves on specific moments and details, and asks the ensemble and main actors who plays the lead roles on their thoughts about the show and how it felt going into the second season and welcoming new actors.

Being a fan of the show I found it quite entertaining, you get glimpses of information and hints on what we can expect for the future of these beloved characters, more questions answered regarding the upside down, Eleven, and the new faces. With its 21 minutes long divided into seven parts it becomes just enough to keep you hooked and not doze off.  They keep it light and entertaining, and if you’re a fan, I strongly suggest you check it out. 5/5

Stranger Things 2 (Review)

Creator; Matt Duffer & Ross Duffer
55 minutes
Season 2 streaming on Netflix.

Mike, Dustin, Lucas, and Will must legit be the coolest kids on the block, and if I got one wish, it’d be for my old ass to join their squad – because it is lit, and every one of them is too damn supreme in their own unique, enchanting, and beautiful way. I simply adore them, not only as talented actors but also as these characters that they were born to play.
And, I’m pretty certain that no one else would be able to flawlessly pull it off as they’ve done through season one and now season two.

On the sequel, things get bigger, scarier, and stranger. But that doesn’t stop any of them from teaming up and facing whatever creature that has now made itself present on planet earth and once again goes into war with forces that are beyond their world.

The visual is even more stunning the second time around, every detail of every scene is perfectly added, creating a pure blessing for the human sight and fans all around the globe.
The plot; equally entertaining, thrilling, and intriguing as the first season, with a lot of heart, warmth, and soul at the same time – making it a joyful journey no matter the darkness.
It’s hilarious from time to time, there’s an amazing balance between the drama and comedy, but the lightness never overshadows the dark parts and vice-versa.

We also welcome a few new faces and characters into the story, roles that I believe only made the show better, we needed a little bit of a love triangle beside the one we already had with Nancy, Steve, and Jonathan.
As the boys get older, it only seemed fitting that a girl would get thrown into the mix and new feelings would blossom.

I absolutely love the show, already hyped and looking forward to the next season and dying to know what new monsters the boys will face and have to fight, what will happen with all the romantic relationships, and is Will fully recovered from the upside down? 9/10