"Stranger Things 2" does so much right, including its clever transitions.
Stranger Things is one of the most-watched Netflix shows in their original programming line-up, and it's not difficult to see why. The incredible acting (especially that of the young cast), dynamic storytelling, and beautifully moody visuals all contribute to creating its hugely popular 80s-themed sci-fi horror universe, but there's one facet of the show's filmmaking that some may not have noticed but totally should: its scene transitions.
In yet another excellent supercut, Zackary Ramos-Taylor shows us how creators The Duffer Brothers, as well as the show's directors, DPs, and editors, used clever scene transitions to not only tell more dynamic stories but to also add style and build tension.
Warning: Spoilers ahead!