Were you assuming we’d be getting the fourth season of Stranger Things sometime this fall? So was I, but it goes to show how much assumptions are worth. Another teaser was released by Netflix today and it finally hammers down a release window for the season….kind of. It simply says “2022” which means we’ve got a wait of at LEAST another six months.
The teaser, like the ones before it, doesn’t reveal very much new footage, mostly reusing the “Eleven, are you listening?” stuff from the previous teaser back in May alongside clips from previous seasons. We do get one new shot, that of El being hauled away by government agents while sporting a new haircut. Ironically the most we’ve gotten to see from Season Four so far was from the VERY FIRST teaser released an eternity ago in February 2020, revealing Hopper’s fate in a Russian prison.
As one of Dustin’s heroes would say, “I have a bad feeling about this.” You have COVID slowing down everything so the kids will look like they’re 20 the next time we see them. You have a dozen new characters being added to a cast that’s already overcrowded. You have Season 3 ending on the most depressing cliffhanger yet, with El powerless, Hopper presumed dead by his friends, and every major couple separated by entire states (or in one case, entire countries). Then you have comments from actors who keep saying “WOW, this is the darkest season ever!” It makes me all worried that we’re in for the show’s first real dud season, where everyone is miserable and suffering and there’s just no FUN in it. I hope I’m wrong, because I want to be.
Netflic is trying something different: instead of releasing trailers for their upcoming shows one at a time, like they normally do, they pooled a bunch of their heaviest hitters together and released all their trailers at once in an event they’ve dubbed TUDUM, after the noise Netflix makes when you
[Scrub to the 52 minute mark for the Review and use this link until the Player is Fixed: https://www.buzzsprout.com/1465456/episodes/9245213 ] What’s crackin’ Commandos? So, we have our second VERSUS podcast where we take two different movies and put them head to head. This time around we’ll be talking about the
Apologies, folks — we were sent material for Doom Patrol Season 3 weeks ago, but I did not want to look at it until I had watched the show. My instincts aren’t always correct, but they were this time — Doom Patrol turns out to be an excellent series and,
Anyone in or around the LA area can check out The New Hands, a horror comedy from Brandon Scullion, when it premieres at Hollywood’s Chinese Theater this October. This Frankenstein-like tale involves a serial killer whose goal is to assemble a new set of hands from the pieces of his