On Episode 354 of the Harold & Maudecast, Sarah and Jake dissect Stranger Things Season 3 (SPOILERS!).
The Hawkins kids are growing up, much to the dismay of Chief Hopper ( David Harbour) who is struggling to keep Eleven "El" (Mille Bobbie Brown) and Mike (Finn Wolfhard) 3 inches apart. Meanwhile Joyce (Winona Ryder) is busy trying to uncover the secret to the falling refrigerator magnets, Steve (Joe Keery) is scooping ice cream in a sailor uniform with Ethan Hawke and Uma Thurman's daughter Maya Hawke (who plays Robin), Dustin has a girlfriend! Billy's been invaded by the Mindflayer body snatcher, Lucas and Max are on again off again, nobody wants to play D&D with Will anymore, and Russians have landed in Hawkins, Indiana.
We get into it all the awesome details of Season 3 and countdown to Comic-Con's 50th anniversary with some previews of the Hall H panels and ConanCon 2019.
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Now Streaming the Netflix original series, Stranger Things. This is our review of Season 1 -- and it KILLS, literally and superlatively. The series created by The Duffer Brothers (Wayward Pines), stars Winona Ryder, David Harbour, Millie Bobby Brown, Finn Wolfhard and Matthew Modine. It is set in small town Indiana in 1983. Winona Ryder is a single mom who's son goes missing. Meanwhile his buddies discover a mysterious new resident "Eleven" a young girl with some super special powers who aids them in their quest to find their lost friend. An unapologetic homage to all things 80 movies particularly Spielberg, it finds it's modern sensibilities amongst its tribute spirit. It's brilliant, engaging, the casting is incredible particularly with Millie Bobby Brown who plays Eleven - this kid is a star in the making. If you see nothing else on TV or VOD this Summer, see this one. 10/10