Hocus Pocus has prepared to celebrate 31 days of Hulaween starting today, thanks to whoever lit the black flame candles and brought the Sanderson Sisters back alive once again.
Hocus Pocus (1993) is a Walt Disney American comedy film of the trio witches, Winfred, Sarah and Mary, who were accidentally resurrected, after being dead for 300 years, by a teenage boy in Salem, Massachusetts. In order for the witches to survive the Hulaween night, right before sunrise and retain their youth, they would need to extract the souls of the children in Salem.
According to NYpost.com, this year will be exceptional, for the first time they will be performing virtual and live for charity on Friday, October 30 at 8:00 P.M. EST for only 10 bucks. A fundraising event for the New York Restoration Project. Aren’t y’all excited?! They sure know how to spice things up amid the COVID-19 by reuniting the stars of Hocus Pocus. They will be offering captions for Deaf and hard of hearing fans as well.
It is not over yet!
You might want to include some Hocus Pocus drinks while you watch:
- Hocus Pocus Milkshake: Carvel brewed potion of Oreo cookie pieces and vanilla ice cream, topped with whip cream and colorful sprinkles. Not only you get to drink the poison, you also get the decorative Hocus Pocus limited edition cup to go!
- Starbucks secret recipe: REMEMBER, it’s a SECRET RECIPE, not on the Starbucks menu. Which type of Sandersons Frappuccino are you? There are three flavors that completely define each of them by their attires and hair colors. Winifred is peppermint paste with crushed strawberry on top. Mary is the sweet chocolate covered strawberry with mocha on top. Then there is Sarah, the sweet berry and yellow sprinkles on top.