EFEBy Jorge Fuentelsaz New York

An immersive experience in the Big Apple is giving fans of the popular Netflix series "Stranger Things" the chance to step into its nightmare-inducing alternate dimension known as the Upside Down, which visitors enter via a narrow, crooked passageway overrun with root-like tendrils.

"Stranger Things: The Experience," which kicked off this month and will run in the New York City borough of Brooklyn until July 31, is a way for that streaming platform to whet viewers' appetites ahead of the May 27 premiere of the fourth season.

"The best place of the experience is definitely The Upside Down ... You have to go through a rift, and it's pretty impressive" with the "special effects and the technology that they use here," George Anthony Agbuya, the director-general of that interactive production, told Efe.