Stranger Things is, if anything, a montage of the best sci-fi, fantasy, horror, and 1980s action films. There are kids with special powers, trippy underworlds and monsters, government conspiracies. If you loved watching it on VHS, it's in Netflix's hit show. But Stranger Things is also so jam-packed with movie references it's impossible to catch them all. So WIRED asked the show's creators—the Duffer Brothers—to help us with our homework.
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Have plans this weekend? Cancel them. MSNBC and Recode’s ongoing “Revolution” series is back this Sunday, June 10 at 6 pm ET / 3 pm PT. In this third episode, we’re presenting a one-hour special called “Revolution: Tech Titans Shaping the Future,” featuring five of the biggest interviews onstage at our 2018 Code Conference with Recode Editor at Large and MSNBC contributor Kara Swisher.