Crossing the line between life and death has never been so frightening.
Having a soul separate from its body is not only a threat, but it is also unsettling experience that touches on faith and the idea of magic going too far.
During Chilling Adventures of Sabrina Season 1 Episode 8 and Chilling Adventures of Sabrina Season 1 Episode 9, Harvey's brother is killed in the mines but Sabrina decides to recruit the Weird Sisters to resurrect him to disastrous results. She ends up putting two lives at risk, forcing Harvey to do something he can't come back from.
Meanwhile, Ambrose gets his chance at freedom but ends in a possibly strange situation working for Father Blackwood.
Roz gets more aware of her visions, all while Madam Satan gets the last part of her plan prepared.
"Chapter Eight: The Burial," written by Lindsay Calhoon & Christianne Hedtke and "Chapter Nine: The Returned Man," written by Axelle Carolyn & Christina Ham were as emotionally charged as they were character driven. The plot moved forward because the characters made that happen, a definition of a successful turn of events for a show.
But what stood out in both episodes was the way the high impact that came from characters just talking. Sabrina and Harvey, Sabrina and Zelda, even Ambrose talking to Sabrina in the mortuary were what made it all stand out.
Chilling Adventures of Sabrina Review: A Feast of an Exorcism
Sabrina's Cursed Decision
The main concern that Sabrina had about her birthday came from the idea that she would be forced by the Dark Lord to commit acts she wasn't okay with.
Sabrina embraced darkness, but it had to be on her own terms.
And now, Sabrina got exactly that and ended up risking her relationships with just about everyone around her.
Ambrose: Aunt Dee, are you crying?
Permalink: Pollen. Added: October 26, 2018 Knowing that Madam Satan is pulling all the strings makes the parallel of where Sabrina was at during Chilling Adventures of Sabrina Season 1 Episode 1 and where she is now even more clear.
Madam Satan is pushing Sabrina to make choices she never would have considered before, allowing her love for Harvey and her friends sponsor it.
There is nothing Sabrina wouldn't do for the people that she loves, something you can't not love her for.
But the show and specifically the villains in it use that trait to define their own sinister agendas, which is where this cursed decision came in.
It was horrible what happened to Tommy, and it wasn't right for The Weird Sisters to do that. But they were in the wrong and Sabrina trying to undo death was where she pushed herself too far.
The way that she killing Agatha because she was certain everything would be okay and how blindly she tried to get Tommy's soul back was a new version of the lead that we have grown with a bit already.
Sabrina can be spontaneous but she always thought about the long game, something she di..