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TX Mom Urges Parents Not To Let Their Children Watch Hocus Pocus 2 Over Fears It Could Cast Spells

One Texas A mother has warned American families that watching Hocus Pocus 2 could cause them to cast evil spells in their homes and possibly even open the gates of hell.

Jamie Gooch, 33, from Troy urges parents not to let their kids watch PG-rated Hocus Pocus 2, which premieres Sept. 30 on Disney+, highly anticipated, original star Sarah Jessica ParkerBette Midler and Kathy Najimy are back.

‘Worst-case scenario: you unleash hell on your kids and in your home,’ mum-of-three tells KWTX.

Gucci, who appeared to be on the verge of tears, continued: “It saddens me to think about exposing our children to the dark.”

Gucci revealed that the family hadn’t celebrated Halloween for “four or five years”. She is a conservative Christian who runs a farm with her husband. They celebrate the harvest every year – but not Halloween itself.

In a Facebook post, Gooch encouraged other mothers to be “gatekeepers to our family,” saying she wanted to “sound the alarm” for the new film to “protect” their children.

Jamie Gooch, 33, slams Hocus Pocus 2, claiming watching the film could open the gates of hell and send demons into unsuspecting American homes

“After all, the whole movie is about harvesting the purity of children’s souls and keeping the witch alive… What happens when we watch these movies? What do we submit our minds to? What do we welcome into our families?” she said in September questioned in a Facebook post on the 26th.

The Texan went on to say that the “truth” about witches and warlocks in the “Church of Satan” is that they “abuse and sacrifice children in their “spiritual rituals.”

Gucci believes that just watching a movie about witches and spells might involve viewers in their evil deeds, even if it’s fictional.

“So before you play this movie on opening night, ask yourself if not only your mind, but your child’s mind, is strong enough to withstand the hypnotizing and enchanting that will help you through your screen trance-like desensitization of the world’s impending evil,” she wrote.

“Don’t fall prey to Hell’s plans.”

She went on to say that she had “fallen into a trap once or twice” and had to endure “spiritual warfare”.

The mother told KWTX she had witnessed how things on TV “played out in real life,” but did not elaborate on her previous experience with witchcraft.

Gucci, who was pictured with her husband and young children, has not celebrated Halloween for the past five years out of fear that doing so could bring evil spirits into her Texas home

Gucci, who was pictured with her husband and young children, has not celebrated Halloween for the past five years out of fear that doing so could bring evil spirits into her Texas home

Hocus Pocus 2 premiered on Disney+ on September 30, sparking huge anticipation.This is the sequel to the 1993 cult classic, with Sarah Jessica Parker (left), Betty Midler (center) and Kathy Najimi (right) all reprising their roles as the villainous Sanderson sisters

Hocus Pocus 2 premiered on Disney+ on September 30, sparking huge anticipation.This is the sequel to the 1993 cult classic, with Sarah Jessica Parker (left), Betty Midler (center) and Kathy Najimi (right) all reprising their roles as the villainous Sanderson sisters

“Everyone thinks it’s fake and innocent, but they can cast any spell they want and anything can get into your home through a TV screen,” she told local media.

She encouraged others to “accept all options” and “overthink” things to ensure mothers keep their children safe.

Gucci has received a lot of criticism since releasing her now-viral monologue, but others have come to her defense.

“As I got closer to the Holy Spirit, I started to see things differently. Halloween is no longer just a day of the innocent, but a very important day of sacrifice for witches and Satan in modern times,” her mother Christa Maynard said. wrote on Facebook on Tuesday.

“The naive movie I used to watch is not naive anymore because I remember the whole point of the movie was taking away the souls of children. What about my children?

However, many were more than happy to mock the mothers, claiming they were “gullible”, “stupid” and “crazy”.

Hocus Pocus 2 has attracted many Disney+ viewers since the film’s release.

The film, the sequel to the 1993 classic starring Bette Midler and Sarah Jessica Parker, has become the first movie to premiere on U.S. streaming to date.

It tells the story of three evil Sanderson sisters, witches murdered in the Salem witchcraft trials, who are reincarnated by a spell book to seek revenge in modern-day Massachusetts.

The feat is “based on domestic viewing time in the first three days following the premiere,” according to an announcement from Disney+ on Tuesday.

Fans have been giving the movie a thumbs-up since its release on Friday.

Sarah Jessica Parker, Kathy Najimi and Betty Midler reprise their roles as demons Sarah, Mary and Winifred Sanderson in this horror comedy.

In the new chapter, three young women light black candles that bring the Sanderson sisters to modern-day Salem. Teenagers must figure out how to stop the witches who try to eat their children as candy corn from wreaking havoc on the world.

The film earned a 61% rating from Rotten Tomatoes, but that didn’t stop hardcore fans from falling in love with the evil sisters again.

The original film, which was released in July 1993, was a dismal box office, but eventually attracted a loyal fan base when it was re-released in theaters over Halloween, and the fan base grew even larger after the film hit TV screens.

in an interview CBS Sunday Morning“When it’s on TV, it’s more accessible to the whole family overnight, and it’s been on display for generations,” said Kathy Najimy, 65.

Sarah Jessica Parker, 57, agreed: “What’s so wonderful and feels so wonderful is that audiences have become so diverse for this. People have built that into their lives — Families, kids, babysitters, grandparents and the LGBTQ-plus community. Really amazing.

Bette Midler, 76, believes the message of joy will resonate with fans old and new, “It’s so wholesome…it’s even more wholesome than the last.”

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