Young Witches will have a remake and we will not stop saying: light as a feather, stiff as a board


In the mid-90s a horror and spell movie was released that broke with the stigma of witches with long noses, with warts, old dresses and green skin.

Young witches is the film that changed our vision towards the world of sorcery and that, supported by a teenage plot, would become a cult film. Now, more than 20 years after its premiere, it could be back.

Summon Manon, light candles, make pajamas and repeat the spell again and again: light as a feather, stiff as a board, is something that most of us did after seeing Young witches.

It's time for you to prepare paper and pen because the witches come back to teach us new spells in their remake.

The original film tells the story of four misfit girls who practice witchcraft. But when they use magic to punish those who have harmed them, the terrible consequences begin.

The original film has as a cast Robin Tunney, Neve Campbell, Fairuza Balk and Rachel True.

Less than a month ago, and during a small reunion of the original cast, Robin said he would like to reprise his role in a possible sequel.

However, it is unknown if the cast original will come back in this remake; neither are details about the release date. The only sure thing is that it will be directed and written by the actress Zoe Lister-Jones, and of course we can not wait to see the result.

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