As the Halloween season is just around the corner, pumpkin spice flavor is now a thing again. In fact, “Stranger Things” Season 2 is now taking advantage of this moment as it released a new poster fit for this time of the year.

On the television show’s official Twitter page, a new poster was revealed featuring Jim Hopper (David Harbour) in the middle of a field filled with creepy pumpkins. Aside from that, there were a lot of the series’ photos inspired by classic suspense movies.

The retro-inspired artworks

“Trick or Treat,” the caption of the new “Stranger Things” Season 2 poster read.

In the television show’s trailer, there are scenes made during the Halloween. So, the new poster is just appropriate. It also sticks to the series’ 1980s vibe. In fact, its Twitter page is filled with the series’ pictures derived from famous classic films.

There is another snap that can be likened to the 1977 movie “Close Encounters of the Third Kind.” Will (Noah Schnapp) can be seen holding the door while looking outside to the new creature from the Upside Down. These two posters are staying true to its retro homage, but there are other sets of photographs that evidently remake.

There are artworks inspired by “The Goonies,” “A Nightmare on Elm Street,” “Alien,” and more. The snaps feature Eleven (Millie Bobby Brown), Joyce (Winona Ryder), Nancy (Natalia Dyer), and other cast members.

The television show’s ending

In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, the television show’s co-creator Ross Duffer said that he wanted the series to tell a “complete story.”

However, he didn’t want to do it by letting the program stay too long to the point that fans will get tired of it.

Although “Stranger Things” Season 2 will have a very satisfying end, he revealed that there will still be a great danger in Hawkins, Indiana. “There’s too much to deal with in one more season,” he said.

Ross Duffer also confessed that the series is set to have four chapters, but it could run until five seasons. And it won’t go longer beyond that.

From the looks of it, the creators are afraid to be questioned why these people are not leaving the city in spite of the threats it has. “Like we’re going to stretch credibility,” he explained. On the other hand, his brother Matt Duffer narrated that the show was not made to milk its popularity. In fact, he revealed that they had a meeting with Netflix when the first installment became a hit, and the network insisted that it shouldn’t last that long.