The Stranger Things Season 4 Volume 2 Finale Leaves Hawkins


Stranger Things has always had its affection for movies on its sleeves.

The Duffer Brothers have made each of the final episodes of season 4 nearly as long as a feature movie.

and its constant stream of 80s references.

claiming their place in the "it's no TV show, it’s a very long film" conversation.

The season's second volume is a visually stunning experience.

It's full of great special effects and a lot of action.

However, it feels more like a feature film than a TV show.

It seemed that any of the cast members could become brain-flagged and neck-snapped in the lead-up to the finale.

Mike is still clueless so Will doesn't have any real catharsis.

However, the show is making room for Will to come out of his shell in the next season.