Hocus Pocus fans, get ready, the popular 1993 film is now getting both a 4K / HD Blu-ray release and a 4k Steelbook release from Best Buy.
The Steelbook release will be a Best Buy exclusive.
We don’t have much more information on it yet. The website just has a place holder, pre-order page. You can pre-order the steelbook for $27.99. The release date is September 15, 2020.
The 4K Ultra/ HD Blu-ray does have an image.
This is available for pre-order for $22.99, with a release date of September 15, 2020 as well.
Here’s the write-up:
“Bette Midler, Sarah Jessica Parker, and Kathy Najimy romp around like coked-up versions of The Three Stooges in the frantic Disney romp Hocus Pocus. The film begins in 1693 where three witches — Winifred (Bette Midler), Sarah (Sarah Jessica Parker), and Mary (Kathy Najimy) — are preparing a potion that will grant them immortality and eternal youth. But before they finish mixing their cocktail, the people of Salem capture them and execute them for practicing witchcraft. Before their deaths, they vow to return to Salem 300 years hence on Halloween to exact their revenge. Three hundred years later, a skeptical, newly transplanted Californian, Max (Omri Katz), explores the ruins of the legendary witches’ house and dares the witches to manifest themselves. Disregarding the warnings of his sister Dani (Thora Birch) and girlfriend Allison (Vinessa Shaw), Max lights the Candle of Black Flame. With that, the witches reappear to wreak havoc on the town. The kids take off with the witches’ spellbook and a musty tome of hexes and recipes. The sorceresses, who will die by the morning light if they don’t recite the incantation for immortality, have to get the books by whatever means they can. So, Winifred, Sarah, and Mary hop on their broomsticks for a chase through Halloween night.~Paul Brenner”
If you are interested in grabbing a copy you can go ahead and pre-order today.
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Source: Best Buy
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