Netflix’s “Stranger Things” has been lauded for its commitment to its style. Everything, from the costumes to the special effects, recapture the spirit of 1980s adventure/horror movies. This is especially true of the opening titles, which has a font taken from the cover of a vintage Stephen King novel and synths right out of a John Carpenter movie.
Considering its heavily ’80s-influenced tone, YouTuber Tony Harley decided to re-style “Stranger Things” with one of the most iconic opening sequences of the 1990s — the title sequence of “Buffy the Vampire Slayer.” It makes sense as both are stories about kids struggling against a strange supernatural threat and both star awesome ladies with three-part names. Millie Bobby Brown takes the place of Sarah Michelle Gellar as the lead-in character, while Winona Ryder gets the place of honor at the end of the credits — a place held by “Anthony Stewart Head as Giles” and later “Alyson Hannigan as Willow”.
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