Before you roll your eyes at the silliness, LISTEN UP. Throughout the movie, our favorite bad witches talk about cooking children with margarine a lot. But wait a second — margarine wasn't invented until the late 1800s. Margarine wouldn't have even been an option! What in the good name of Salem were the sisters actually using? No one will ever know!
In the film, Thackery Binx is turned into a black cat who can talk, but the actor who played the human version of Thackery didn't voice the cat. LAME AS HELL. Sean Murray is adorable and a great actor! Okay, to be fair so is Jason Marsden, who actually voiced Binx, but still...
This is one of my favorite little tidbits in the film. When the Sanderson sisters stop by a house to "trick-or-treat," they're greeted by a man dressed as Satan and his wife. SPOILER ALERT: That's rom-com legend Garry Marshall, and his sister, Penny Marshall. Playing husband and wife. Love them forever.
There's a scene in the film in which all the sisters are looking for brooms to fly, but Winifred takes the only actual broom, Sarah flies away on a mop, leaving Mary with...a vacuum? But how would she even know how to use a vacuum? She wouldn't. The vacuum wasn't invented (in its very early stages) until the 1860s. What I'm saying is, Mary Sanderson invented the vacuum and this is 100 percent fact. You're welcome.
Apparently in the movie, there's a full moon on Halloween. Let's be honest: That didn't happen. There actually hasn't been a full moon that happened on Halloween since 1974, and the next one won't happen until 2020. The directors of the film just figured a full moon on Halloween would feel more eerie and festive. And they were right!