Stranger Things season 4.1 discussion with Darryl Mansel and Harrison Martin

Stranger Things, season 4, was so great that I was overwhelmed with the need to discuss with other fans. Darryl Mansel, Harrison Martin, and I converged to discuss everything Hawkins, Satanic Panic, and Upside Down. It's full of spoilers and juicy tidbits. It may not be quite as great as winning an Americantendo, but give it a listen. We discuss the new characters, theories about Vecna, and what will be Nancy's song. Let us know what you think. Access the video on YouTube to use time stamps. We vow to record after part 2 is over! You can watch Stranger Things on Netflix.

P.S. For our season 4, part 2 discussion go here

P.P.S. If you want some movie recommendations that the show's heroes might enjoy, go here

About Stranger Things season 4: After surviving the battle of Starcourt Mall, the Hawkins gang has broken up, with the Byers and Eleven moving to sunny California. Everyone settles into their new life, trying to make the best of things and move on. But the evil lurking in Hawkins is far from over. This new season takes place in multiple locations: Hawkins, California, Russia, and a mysterious bunker in the desert. With new secrets, new threats, and new characters, the world of Stranger Things keeps getting bigger.

About Darryl Mansel: Darryl Mansel is the host and founder of the Poprika Reviews podcast. Poprika began in 2014 and was dedicated to all things pop culture. These days Darryl focuses on films alone, but there's a rich body of content still on Poprika for those who dare to dig. Poprika also has an active Facebook community that listeners can join. Darryl also discusses movies with Douglas Davidson on their Cine-Men podcast, which can also be found on the Poprika Reviews website. You can find Darryl on Twitter @Seedalicious.

About Harrison Martin: Harrison Martin is the founder of Flixfrog, a blog reviewing film and television. He got a part-time job at Regal Cinemas to make watching movies more convenient (OK … free). Even after leaving his job at Regal Cinemas, Harrison would drive hours to any advanced screening in the hopes of someday becoming a certified critic. Since then, the website has grown into a small business venture including reviews, articles, digital content, and much more. You can find Harrison on Twitter @movieguru23 or @flixfrog

About Lindsey Dunn: Lindsey is a film reviewer known by the moniker 1ofMyStories. She thinks stories have the power to change lives and minds in a way that works better than arguing. You can find her on Letterboxd or Twitter @1ofmystories. Or check the website: