Welcome Friends and movie lovers to Season TWO of Terry Knows Movies. Terry Huddleston is an artist who can be found showcasing his artwork at conventions and shows across North America. He’s also a ravenous consumer of movies and a bit of an armchair critic. Let Terry share his knowledge with you as mixes old school and new school nerd knowledge to tell you exactly why a particular movie rocked or sucked.

This past summer, there was one show that had Netflix watchers on the edge of their seat: Stranger Things. A nostalgic tribute to 80s cinema, Stranger Things was the love child of a Stephen King, John Carpenter, Stephen Spielberg threesome. The Duffer Brothers brought us a dark and scary mystery in a small town that involved other worldly entities and secret government organizations and folks just ate it up. You’ve heard everybody else’s opinion on this show. Now it’s time for Terry to give his two cents. While there is some love, there’s also some criticism to be given and Terry’s the one to bring it.

Do you agree with Terry’s assessment or do you think he missed the point of the show? Could things have been a bit stranger for your liking? Give the Episode a watch and let us know in the comments below.

 

And the hits just keep on coming as Terry Knows Movies will move to a weekly schedule for the next few weeks and then return to its bi-weekly schedule in February. We’re kicking off the New Year with more Terry Huddleston. That’s the way we like it around here.

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Andrew Young

Host/Producer at Geek Hard
Andrew Young has been involved in the entertainment industry for over 15 years as a writer, comedian and director. Andrew is one half of the hosting duo that makes up Geek Hard. He occasionally sleeps but doesn't endorse this behaviour.