Netflix's just-released Stranger Things Season 3 trailer hints at a horrific new nightmare, says Josh Wigler. "The lightheartedness masks the darkness beneath the trailer," he says. "Good guy Steve can be seen near the end with a black eye and a needle pressed into his neck. Bad boy Billy Hargrove (Dacre Montgomery) looks like he's on the straight and narrow with a lifeguard gig, but a later shot in the trailer shows a blackness overtaking his arm, almost as if he's a Venom clone. Eleven looks like she has it all — a new friend in Max, a thriving relationship with Mike — but she's also clearly drawn back into her old world, at one point walking along a beach that is either located in the Upside Down, or comes paired with visions of the Upside Down, not unlike what Will Byers (Noah Schnapp) suffered in season two. As for Will, he's seen with tears streaming down his cheeks, as it seems he's being left out of a group that's growing up beyond him — a heartbreaking nightmare that rivals the worst of what he's gone through in terms of existential angst."