New footage from “Stranger Things” season 4 with a look at a house owned by Victor Creel, who will be played by horror icon Robert Englund…
There’s a haunted house that connects to the Upside Down in “Stranger Things” season 4 and a new teaser reveals that its owner was a man named Victor Creel, who will be played by horror icon Robert Englund.
With the hugely popular Netflix series set to return in 2022, a new teaser was released on Saturday that hints at what’s been happening back in the United States while a separate story involving Sheriff Jim Hopper will be unraveling in Russia.
The footage travels back in time to the 1950s and the home of Victor Creel along with his family but there are flashes that reveal what appears to be a gruesome murder and ties to the perhaps the first appearance of the Upside Down many years before the events in “Stranger Things” in Hawkins, Indiana.
While the teaser primarily takes place in the past, there is a brief glimpse that reveals Dustin, Steve, Lucas and Max investigating the events that unfolded in his house many years earlier.
The new footage doesn’t actually give us a look at Robert Englund but it’s been well documented that he will be portraying Victor Creel — a man imprisoned in a psychiatric hospital for a gruesome murder he committed in the ’50s.
By the look of things, the murder involved Creel offing his entire family.
See what horrors lie in this haunted house that will be featured prominently in “Stranger Things” season 4 with the new season set to debut on Netflix sometime in 2022.