In the sequel's opening scene, viewers get an inside look into the Sanderson Sisters' origin story, which includes an attempted arranged marriage, a loyal spider, and an escape to the woods.

The flashback to the sisters' adolescents additionally exhibits the origins of Sarah's "Come Little Children" anthem.

In gift-day Salem, the as soon as closed-down Sanderson Witch Museum has considering that been transformed right into a neighborhood magic keep. Though the store has been up to date rather.

A new Black Flame Candle emerged in Hocus Pocus 2, permitting Winifred, Sarah, and Mary to return after their death inside the first film.

Lilia Buckingham, who plays Cassie in the sequel, revealed that her final costume is a callback to Max (Omri Katz) and Allison (Vinessa Shaw) looks in the movie.

Though their musical performances inside the sequel do no longer live up to their epic rendition of "I Put a Spell on You" in Hocus Pocus, the new show-stopping numbers show that the Sanderson Sisters—or simply Bette, Sarah, and Kathy—still have it.

During their first face-off with the Sanderson Sisters, Becca and her nice friend Izzy use salt to deflect the witches' magic.

In the first Hocus Pocus movie, Winifred, Sarah and Mary are pressured to use a random broom, mop, and vacuum, respectively.

Like she did in 1993's Hocus Pocus, Winifred calls out for her cherished spell book by way of yelling, "Boooook!"

Hocus Pocus 2 has plenty of new things to enjoy, but the film makes sure to call back to some of the fans' favorite lines.