Stranger Things


Welcome to another adventure within the multiverse! We’re jumping from the groovy sixties of Once Upon a Time In Hollywood to the glamorous 80s of Stranger Things. The majority of this episode focuses on the third season. However for this episode’s Manhattan Media Moments, we’re jumping into the show’s first two seasons. Season three brings theories, new horrors, new sci-fi and more. Cory O’Carroll from Beggars joins us to dive deep into the Upside Down and all of its glory!



Throughout the duration of the show’s second season, we’re introduced to the Hargrove family. Primarily big brother Billy, played by Dacre Montgomery, and his step sister Max, played by Sadie Sink. While Max was ultimately well utilized within the course of the second season. Her big brother, Billy, on the other hand was honestly a waste of screen time. Adding nothing to the plot or story. With season three, though, Billy finds a massive redemption as the season’s main villain.


There is so much of this show’s mythology which feels so grounded. Scientifically explaining the mythology of the upside down, while mixing it with DnD explanations. With season three, though the larger than life character of Eleven is increasingly humanized. Finding love and engaging in new friends. Not to mention, the shockingly finale for her character.



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