Part of the fun of Stranger Things is looking for how many retro takes the show gets spot-on. Now the show’s exercise in pop culture symbology offers yet another take—this time, on old-school movie posters that used to adorn the bedrooms of the ’80s kids the show depicts.
Tweeted from the Netflix show’s official account on Saturday, we get a look at 12 different characters featured in their own, blood-red-tinged posters, complete with crinkled paper effects.
The posters include some of our favorites, like Eleven (Millie Bobby Brown), Joyce Byers (Winona Ryder), Dustin (Gaten Matarazzo), and Sheriff Hopper (David Harbour), as well as a few new faces.
Each poster comes with the same tag line: “It only gets Stranger…”
In addition to the post treatments, Caleb McLaughlin, who plays Lucas Sinclair, posted a short video clip of his own poster morphing from a live action scene into a still poster.
None of this is as good as the Thriller-backed video we saw weeks ago, but it should be enough to hold you over until Oct. 27, when Season 2 officially drops on Netflix.