Topic: Chilling Adventures of Sabrina [Drama, Fantasy, Horror]

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The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina reimagines the origin and adventures of Sabrina the Teenage Witch as a dark coming-of-age story that traffics in horror, the occult and, of course, witchcraft. This adaptation finds Sabrina wrestling to reconcile her dual nature - half-witch, half-mortal - while standing against the evil forces that threaten her, her family and the daylight world humans inhabit.

Just noticed this show had no forum thread! It's a cool show. Some of the drama was not to my liking, but I've enjoyed the show's humor, the costumes and set design, most of the acting, and the (little bit of) gore. smile

Next season starts soon: Jan 24, 2020

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yes a bit hurried at the end and some of the satanic inversions of christian language must have  raised a few eyebrows. I cant help but wonder whether season 2 will be an anti climax?

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It's in the style of Bewitched! and The Addams Family (some dark humour and comedy centred around magic) - 1960s style TV almost. It just gets a little darker than the 60s allowed.

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Lollie wrote:

It's in the style of Bewitched! and The Addams Family (some dark humour and comedy centred around magic) - 1960s style TV almost. It just gets a little darker than the 60s allowed.

its  much much darker -

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eg Sabrina floating in the air with the crown of thorns harks back to another  figure? and when the  high priest welcomes his  only begotten son after his birth.....

Bewicthed and Addams were  tame  by comparison and never invoked  such inversions? if anything it compares to the life of Brien and remember the hoha that precipitated? I am surprised that evangelicals in the USA haven't condemned it ? or maybe  they just don't know about it?


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Re: Chilling Adventures of Sabrina [Drama, Fantasy, Horror]

Lollie wrote:

It's in the style of Bewitched! and The Addams Family (some dark humour and comedy centred around magic) - 1960s style TV almost. It just gets a little darker than the 60s allowed.

"A little" darker, yes. big_smile

What sucks is what https://screenrant.com/chilling-adventu … in-theory/ wrote:

Chilling Adventures of Sabrina season 1 debuted in late 2018 and season 2 released in April 2019 (though it was officially considered part 2 of season 1). And now, almost a year later, season 3 is releasing on Netflix.

So https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chilling_ … )#Episodes counts everything till now as season 1, IMDb (and our source here) as 1 and 2...

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lighton wrote:
Lollie wrote:

It's in the style of Bewitched! and The Addams Family (some dark humour and comedy centred around magic) - 1960s style TV almost. It just gets a little darker than the 60s allowed.

"A little" darker, yes. big_smile

Well yes, on a scale of Bewitched! to say Cannibal Holocaust, it gets a "little" darker wink

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big_smile

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Well the 2nd season ( or is it 3rd I wish they would stop their confusing naming) is here and quite impressive it is. I had my doubts whether there  could be any real follow up but the writers did a good job. I still have 2 eps of the 8 to watch( hard to stop watching). How long before the 4th season or what ever they call it? There was it seems  even an unwitting?  reference to a famous gag from the Life of Brian.

I have now finished the 8 eps and a nice ending to set things up for trouble to come

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I now under stand the  royal "we"