After dropping a Season Two teaser back in February, Stranger Things stormed Comic-Con Saturday with the first full preview for the Netflix's horror/sci-fi series' second season.
The trailer – which makes clever use of Vincent Price's spooky voiceover from Michael Jackson's "Thriller" and the song itself – opens with the Dungeon & Dragons-loving crew playing Dragon's Lair in a Hawkins, Indiana arcade when things take a dark turn: While Will managed to escape the Upside Down in Season One, he brought some of the netherworld back with him upon his return.
From there, all hell breaks loose as the Upside Down seemingly invades the real world, with nods to Eighties classics like Ghostbusters, The Lost Boys and Close Encounters of the Third Kind mixed in.
The trailer concludes with Eleven, who vanished in the Season One finale, speaking telepathically and finding a wormhole from the Upside Down back to Indiana.
Stranger Things' Season Two arrives just in time for Halloween binge-watching on October 27th.