The font used in the Hocus Pocus movie logo is a customized font based on the Kidela font by Jeremy Dooley.
Kidela is a professionally designed and created commercial font, meaning you will need to pay for it. It was created by Jeremy Dooley and has been published by Insigne. If you're looking for a professional and well designed font that's a near exact replica of the original the Hocus Pocus movie font, click on the link to head over to the font author website to check it out for yourself.
Captain Kidd is a free font that also looks alot like the original Hocus Pocus logo font. One great thing about it is that it's completely free to use for personal use. You can view the full character map for this font by heading over to this page on our website. To download your very own free copy of this font simply click on the green Download button below:
If you don't want to download and install this font, you can also just use our Hocus Pocus font generator below. Simply enter your text, choose your colors, and hit the Generate Image button. From there an image will be generated. Right click on the image and save it to your computer. You can then import it and use it in any design project that you may have. The image will be compatible and ready to use with any graphic design application including Photoshop, Illustrator, Gimp, etc.
Hocus Pocus is a family and comedy movie that was released in the USA on 16 July 1993. The production company responsible for this movie was none other than Walt Disney Productions, and it was directed by Kenny Ortega. Bette Midler, Sarah Jessica Parker and Kathy Najimy are the three main stars. The central plot for the movie starts in Salem, Massachusetts in 1693. During this time three witches cast a spell on one of the local towns people (Emily Binx) to steal away her youth. This ultimately kills her. The three witches are then sentences to death. Fast forward to the modern age, and the witches are accidentally brought back to life by local LA resident Max Dennison. The rest of the movie revolves around attempts to recapture the witches and send them back to the grave.
The movie continues to be popular across all demographics. We see the Hocus Pocus font used in promoting re-runs of this movie most commonly during the holiday periods where families continue to enjoy it. Being such a well-known typeface, this font is also commonly seen and used around the Halloween holiday where many people choose to use it in various design projects that require a spooky or scary font to be used.