Sabrina the Teenage Witch dominated the TGIF lineup when it premiered in 1996. It aired Friday nights on ABC, alongside Boy Meets World, Family Matters, and Two of a Kind. And it was much, much weirder than any of those. And weirder than even just a regular show about a teenage witch might have been.
Forget the Melissa Joan Hart-starring Sabrina, the Teenage Witch TV series. This fan film was inspired by the new Archie comic The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, in which Sabrina's magic is truly dark and her witchy aunts have condemned their souls to Hell.
It's been a live-action series, an animated show and now Sabrina the Teenage Witch defeats mortality once again. She will be reborn as a computer-generated monster on The Hub!
The next superheroine to get her own feature film isn't Wonder Woman, Batgirl, or the Black Canary. It's Sabrina, the teen witch from Archie Comics and, more recently, the Melissa Joan Hart-starring sitcom. And, like so many superheroes, Sabrina is in for an edgier remake.
With The Tempest, opening tomorrow, Julie Taymor and Helen Mirren bring a splashy fantasy vibe to the Bard. But science fiction and fantasy have been playing with Shakespeare forever. Here are the greatest Shakespeare homages and cover versions in SF.
If you were explaining Hallowe'en to someone unfamiliar with the concept, don't use comic books as a visual aid. As these 50 covers show, All Hallow's Eve is apparently about pumpkins, cleavage and monsters. Then again, maybe they are right...