Hocus Pocus 2

Hocus Pocus 2

29 years since the Black Flame Candle was last lit, the 17th-century Sanderson sisters are resurrected, and they are looking for revenge. Now it's up to three high school students to stop the ravenous witches from wreaking a new kind of havoc on Salem before dawn on All Hallow's Eve.



Original Title: Hocus Pocus 2
Year: 2022
Countries: United States of America
Category: Fantasy,Comedy,Family
Languages: English
Production Companies: Walt Disney Pictures
Gender: Fantasy,Comedy,Family
IMDB: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt11909878
Movie Cast:

  • Winifred Sanderson: Bette Midler
  • Sarah Sanderson: Sarah Jessica Parker
  • Mary Sanderson: Kathy Najimy
  • Becca: Whitney Peak
  • Izzy: Belissa Escobedo
  • Cassie: Lilia Buckingham
  • Mike: Froy Gutierrez
  • Gilbert: Sam Richardson
  • Billy Butcherson: Doug Jones
  • Mayor / Reverend Traske: Tony Hale
  • The Witch Mother: Hannah Waddingham
  • Young Mary Sanderson: Nina Kitchen
  • Young Sarah Sanderson: Juju Journey Brener
  • Teacher: David Torres Jr.
  • Drag Queen Winifred: Ginger Minj
  • Drag Queen Mary: Kornbread Jeté
  • Drag Queen Sarah: Kahmora Hall
  • Emily (archive footage) (uncredited): Amanda Shepherd

Movie Crew:

  • Casting: Amanda Mackey
  • Unit Production Manager: Ralph Winter
  • Original Music Composer: John Debney
  • Casting: Cathy Sandrich Gelfond
  • Co-Producer: Steven Haft
  • Producer: Lynn Harris
  • Director of Photography: Elliot Davis
  • Production Design: Nelson Coates
  • First Assistant Director: Aldric La'Auli Porter
  • Music Editor: Jeff Carson
  • Director: Anne Fletcher
  • Story: David Kirschner
  • Executive Producer: Adam Shankman
  • Makeup Effects: Tony Gardner
  • Music Supervisor: Buck Damon
  • Editor: Julia Wong
  • Second Unit Director: Mark Vargo
  • Characters: Mick Garris
  • Costume Design: Salvador Pérez Jr.
  • Supervising Art Director: Matthew C. Jacobs
  • Set Decoration: Andrew Baseman
  • Prosthetics: Kevin Haney
  • Special Effects Coordinator: Judson Bell
  • Supervising Music Editor: Melissa Muik
  • Sound Designer: D. Chris Smith
  • Visual Effects Supervisor: Allan Magled
  • Supervising Sound Editor: Karen Baker Landers
  • Sound Designer: Peter Staubli
  • Makeup Artist: Elaine L. Offers
  • VFX Editor: Jody Fedele
  • Hair Department Head: Karyn Huston
  • Costume Supervisor: Gala Autumn
  • Stunt Coordinator: Philip J Silvera
  • Makeup Effects: Thomas Floutz
  • Writer: Jen D'Angelo
  • Makeup Department Head: Fleur Morell
  • Special Effects Coordinator: Mark Hawker
  • Music Editor: Jim Harrison
  • Visual Effects Producer: Lynzi Grant
  • Story: Blake Harris
  • Associate Producer: Bonnie Hlinomaz
  • Associate Producer: David Scharf
  • Key Makeup Artist: Amanda Bianchi
  • Unit Production Manager: Susan McGuire
  • Hairstylist: Steven Young
  • Makeup Artist: Robin Siegel
  • Art Direction: Stefan Gesek
  • Key Hair Stylist: Blythe Bickham
  • Art Direction: Elizabeth Newton
  • Hairstylist: Diamond McCall
  • Second Assistant Director: Lynn Struiksma
  • Key Hair Stylist: Tiffany Martinez
  • Makeup Artist: Oslyn Holder
  • Special Effects: Shane Dzicek

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    7 Review

  1. CinemaSerf dice:

    Whilst this isn't really a patch on the first outing for the "Sanderson" sisters, it's still quite a decent sequel that manages to reassemble Bette Midler, Sarah Jessica Parker and Kathy Najimy for some evil witchery. This time around it is 16th birthday girl "Becca" (Whitney Peak) and her best friend "Izzy" (Belinda Escobedo) who inadvertently disturb the witches using a magic candle. Needless to say, our tricky trio are ravenous for children to eat and are seeking a little bit of revenge too! It takes a bit too long for the the Divine Miss M and company to take to the screen, before that this is a rather muddled teenage affair, but once they are in full swing it is quite good fun with plenty of faux malevolence from "Winifred" and some mischief from her sisters once they discover that they, too, can zap folks. Ultimately, even the book of spells gets to choose it's own destiny - but whom will it follow? Star of the film is definitely "Billy Butcherson" - or his disembodied head, and a lively reversion of Blondie's "One Way or Another" gets the toes tapping away nicely too. This is an enjoyable family film that does what it sets out to do - entertain all in a gently, engaging and entirely forgettable fashion.

  2. CinemaSerf dice:

    Whilst this isn't really a patch on the first outing for the "Sanderson" sisters, it's still quite a decent sequel that manages to reassemble Bette Midler, Sarah Jessica Parker and Kathy Najimy for some evil witchery. This time around it is 16th birthday girl "Becca" (Whitney Peak) and her best friend "Izzy" (Belinda Escobedo) who inadvertently disturb the witches using a magic candle. Needless to say, our tricky trio are ravenous for children to eat and are seeking a little bit of revenge too! It takes a bit too long for the the Divine Miss M and company to take to the screen, before that this is a rather muddled teenage affair, but once they are in full swing it is quite good fun with plenty of faux malevolence from "Winifred" and some mischief from her sisters once they discover that they, too, can zap folks. Ultimately, even the book of spells gets to choose it's own destiny - but whom will it follow? Star of the film is definitely "Billy Butcherson" - or his disembodied head, and a lively reversion of Blondie's "One Way or Another" gets the toes tapping away nicely too. This is an enjoyable family film that does what it sets out to do - entertain all in a gently, engaging and entirely forgettable fashion.

  3. CinemaSerf dice:

    Whilst this isn't really a patch on the first outing for the "Sanderson" sisters, it's still quite a decent sequel that manages to reassemble Bette Midler, Sarah Jessica Parker and Kathy Najimy for some evil witchery. This time around it is 16th birthday girl "Becca" (Whitney Peak) and her best friend "Izzy" (Belinda Escobedo) who inadvertently disturb the witches using a magic candle. Needless to say, our tricky trio are ravenous for children to eat and are seeking a little bit of revenge too! It takes a bit too long for the the Divine Miss M and company to take to the screen, before that this is a rather muddled teenage affair, but once they are in full swing it is quite good fun with plenty of faux malevolence from "Winifred" and some mischief from her sisters once they discover that they, too, can zap folks. Ultimately, even the book of spells gets to choose it's own destiny - but whom will it follow? Star of the film is definitely "Billy Butcherson" - or his disembodied head, and a lively reversion of Blondie's "One Way or Another" gets the toes tapping away nicely too. This is an enjoyable family film that does what it sets out to do - entertain all in a gently, engaging and entirely forgettable fashion.

  4. CinemaSerf dice:

    Whilst this isn't really a patch on the first outing for the "Sanderson" sisters, it's still quite a decent sequel that manages to reassemble Bette Midler, Sarah Jessica Parker and Kathy Najimy for some evil witchery. This time around it is 16th birthday girl "Becca" (Whitney Peak) and her best friend "Izzy" (Belinda Escobedo) who inadvertently disturb the witches using a magic candle. Needless to say, our tricky trio are ravenous for children to eat and are seeking a little bit of revenge too! It takes a bit too long for the the Divine Miss M and company to take to the screen, before that this is a rather muddled teenage affair, but once they are in full swing it is quite good fun with plenty of faux malevolence from "Winifred" and some mischief from her sisters once they discover that they, too, can zap folks. Ultimately, even the book of spells gets to choose it's own destiny - but whom will it follow? Star of the film is definitely "Billy Butcherson" - or his disembodied head, and a lively reversion of Blondie's "One Way or Another" gets the toes tapping away nicely too. This is an enjoyable family film that does what it sets out to do - entertain all in a gently, engaging and entirely forgettable fashion.

  5. CinemaSerf dice:

    Whilst this isn't really a patch on the first outing for the "Sanderson" sisters, it's still quite a decent sequel that manages to reassemble Bette Midler, Sarah Jessica Parker and Kathy Najimy for some evil witchery. This time around it is 16th birthday girl "Becca" (Whitney Peak) and her best friend "Izzy" (Belinda Escobedo) who inadvertently disturb the witches using a magic candle. Needless to say, our tricky trio are ravenous for children to eat and are seeking a little bit of revenge too! It takes a bit too long for the the Divine Miss M and company to take to the screen, before that this is a rather muddled teenage affair, but once they are in full swing it is quite good fun with plenty of faux malevolence from "Winifred" and some mischief from her sisters once they discover that they, too, can zap folks. Ultimately, even the book of spells gets to choose it's own destiny - but whom will it follow? Star of the film is definitely "Billy Butcherson" - or his disembodied head, and a lively reversion of Blondie's "One Way or Another" gets the toes tapping away nicely too. This is an enjoyable family film that does what it sets out to do - entertain all in a gently, engaging and entirely forgettable fashion.

  6. CinemaSerf dice:

    Whilst this isn't really a patch on the first outing for the "Sanderson" sisters, it's still quite a decent sequel that manages to reassemble Bette Midler, Sarah Jessica Parker and Kathy Najimy for some evil witchery. This time around it is 16th birthday girl "Becca" (Whitney Peak) and her best friend "Izzy" (Belinda Escobedo) who inadvertently disturb the witches using a magic candle. Needless to say, our tricky trio are ravenous for children to eat and are seeking a little bit of revenge too! It takes a bit too long for the the Divine Miss M and company to take to the screen, before that this is a rather muddled teenage affair, but once they are in full swing it is quite good fun with plenty of faux malevolence from "Winifred" and some mischief from her sisters once they discover that they, too, can zap folks. Ultimately, even the book of spells gets to choose it's own destiny - but whom will it follow? Star of the film is definitely "Billy Butcherson" - or his disembodied head, and a lively reversion of Blondie's "One Way or Another" gets the toes tapping away nicely too. This is an enjoyable family film that does what it sets out to do - entertain all in a gently, engaging and entirely forgettable fashion.

  7. CinemaSerf dice:

    Whilst this isn't really a patch on the first outing for the "Sanderson" sisters, it's still quite a decent sequel that manages to reassemble Bette Midler, Sarah Jessica Parker and Kathy Najimy for some evil witchery. This time around it is 16th birthday girl "Becca" (Whitney Peak) and her best friend "Izzy" (Belinda Escobedo) who inadvertently disturb the witches using a magic candle. Needless to say, our tricky trio are ravenous for children to eat and are seeking a little bit of revenge too! It takes a bit too long for the the Divine Miss M and company to take to the screen, before that this is a rather muddled teenage affair, but once they are in full swing it is quite good fun with plenty of faux malevolence from "Winifred" and some mischief from her sisters once they discover that they, too, can zap folks. Ultimately, even the book of spells gets to choose it's own destiny - but whom will it follow? Star of the film is definitely "Billy Butcherson" - or his disembodied head, and a lively reversion of Blondie's "One Way or Another" gets the toes tapping away nicely too. This is an enjoyable family film that does what it sets out to do - entertain all in a gently, engaging and entirely forgettable fashion.

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