Disney’s Hocus Pocus 2 is a complete reversal of the original 1993 movie “Hocus Pocus”. In the original, the Satan worshipping, child-eating witches are the villains, for obvious reasons. But in Hocus Pocus 2, they are celebrated as empowered women … even though they keep wanting to LURE AND EAT CHILDREN.
That’s right, Disney has actually gone there and produced a movie where the good guys lure and eat children. Is there anything more 2022 than this?
For those of you who still plan to pop some corn, sit on the couch, and put on this spooky (but supposedly child friendly) movie, be warned – there are huge spoilers ahead in this video.
You should also be warned that Hocus Pocus 2 is not simply entertainment. Like everything produced by Disney these days, this movie is really about hardcore indoctrination.
It drills children on important social agendas. It mixes the concepts of feminism and sisterhood with satanism and witchcraft in an unholy stew that is served to unsuspecting children worldwide.
In many ways, Hocus Pocus 2 is the exact opposite of the original Hocus Pocus. In the 1993 movie, the witches are, without a doubt, the villains. Why? Because they worship the devil and eat children. That’s reason enough right? Then, they wreak havoc on modern-day Salem in their unique and silly way. While they’re entertaining, the witches still need to be banished forever because, like, they keep LURING AND EATING CHILDREN.
In Hocus Pocus 2, things are way more complicated. The witches still worship the devil and eat children … but they have valid reasons to do so. They’re not cursed, depraved hags anymore, they’re strong and empowered women who are misunderstood.
In short, Hocus Pocus 2 wants you to side with the witches. To do so, Hocus Pocus 2 starts with an origin story that makes the witches sympathetic to the viewers.
At the beginning of the original Hocus Pocus, the old, creepy witches kill a young girl by sucking away her life force. As the witches regain their youthful looks, they cackle away like harpies, clearly indicating to the viewers that these wretched characters are the villains.
In Hocus Pocus 2, it’s the complete opposite.