Last year, the 1993 movie "Hocus Pocus" got new life at #Walt Disney World in Mickey's Not So Scary #Halloween Party. This year, the popular "Hocus Pocus Villain Spelltacular" show returns to the castle stage in the #Magic Kingdom, bringing the Sanderson sisters to life as they try to make a special potion to cast a spell on the audience.

They're joined by some familiar villains, including Oogie Boogie, Maleficent, and Dr. Facilier, who help with the fiendish recipe. Will Winifred, Mary, and Sarah succeed in bewitching everyone? You'll find out at the party, where multiple shows are presented each night.

Popular Halloween show returns for its second year

The "Hocus Pocus Villain Spelltacular" show debuted at the Magic Kingdom back in 2015 when it was created as a new addition to Mickey's Not So Scary Halloween Party.

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To learn more about how it all came together, check out the video below. It features an interview with Show Director Denise Case:

Plan for entertainment at the Magic Kingdom Halloween party

If you want to see the show, you'll have to get tickets to Mickey's Not So Scary Halloween Party, a hard-ticket event that takes place at the Magic Kingdom on select nights between now and October 31. The "Hocus Pocus" show is just one part of the special entertainment that awaits party-goers celebrating at the Walt Disney World party.

The "Boo-to-You" parade, "Happy HalloWishes" fireworks, and character dance parties are also part of the party. You can see last year's addition of the "Hocus Pocus Villain Spelltacular" in the video below:

You won't want to miss out on any of the entertainment, so check your show guide as soon as you arrive for Mickey's Not So Scary Halloween Party and make your schedule for the night.

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Don't forget to work in time for trick-or-treating at the stations all around the Magic Kingdom and visits with Mickey, Minnie, and other Disney characters dressed up in their cute costumes for photo ops. Even though the party doesn't start until 7 p.m., you can get into the park at 4. That gives you time to do the rides early and concentrate on the holiday activities once the festivities officially begin.