Dubbed the "Demogorgon," the monster from Stranger Things recently haunted the summer of many horror fans who devoured the Netflix series. The feared creature from the Upside Down was brought to life by the incredibly flexible Mark Steger and the palpable practical effects by the artists at Spectral Motion, who revealed new behind-the-scenes photos and a video showing what went into creating the nightmare-inducing Demogorgon.

You can view the behind-the-scenes photos and video of the Demogorgon creation process below, and to learn more about Spectral Motion, visit their official website.

Production is now underway on the second season of Stranger Things, which will be released in 2017 on Netflix, and we'll be sure to keep Daily Dead readers updated on further details. In the meantime, catch up on our previous coverage of the ’80s-set series:

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