Nancy:' Jealous? Jealous?! You don't even exist to me! You don't even exist! You are nothing! You are shit! (starts floating towards him) You don't exist. The only way you know how to treat women is by treating them like WHORES! When YOU'RE the whore! AND THAT'S GONNA STOP! Do you understand? Do you understand what I'm saying? Huh?
(Chris is blasted out of the window and falls to his death)
The Snake man that approached Sarah twice. The first time actually would spark Adult Fear, as anyone would be in a situation Sarah did, being alone in the house with a crazed man holding a snake. It's double gruesome when we find out later that Sarah fears snakes. The second time though was even more scary because Sarah and the gang inadvertently used their magic to cause a car to run him down. We never see him again after.
The hallucination sequence in the climax. HOLY SHIT.
From ALL ends. Not only is Sarah hallucinating seeing nothing but snakes, spiders, scorpions, maggots, cockroaches and rats as far as the eye can see, but she has no way out and no way to call for help and at one point, some of the rats FALL ON HER! If you happen to be afraid of any of those animals, then that scene is not for you, plus even if you look away, you might as well either change the channel or put it on mute, because you will still be able to hearthe slithering, scuttling and squeaking of them all. Not to mention this is happening after Nancy taunts her with the "news report" of her dad and stepmother being killed in a plane crash, all in an effort to drive her to kill herself. Also, the other girls get their own hallucinations. Bonnie and Rochelle have a horrifying vision of the latter with her hair falling out (like she wished on Laura) and the former with burn scars on her face. As for Nancy, all of that that was all around Sarah was happening on her body, complete with snakes for fingers and cockroaches in her mouth.
Also a little bit of Fridge Horror with that last part. During the confrontation with Sarah, at one point a roach is crawling on Nancy's face, which she then just plucks off like it was nothing and at another, a couple are on her hand and wrist, which she also tries to shake off without much of a fuss. Was she just so distracted/in such a psychotic state that she couldn't care less about some bugs crawling on her or was she reacting by past experience (remember how her home was prior to receiving her stepfather's life insurance)?
Nancy's fate. She can't use magic anymore and her mind is virtually shattered. She is constantly restrained and sedated whilst going on a Madness Mantra.
The very fact that powerful magic exists and can be accessed by just about anyone - there's no apparent rules or guidelines set in place, a laHarry Potter. And, as shown with Nancy, in the hands of the wrong person, this power can be incredibly dangerous.
When the quartet goes to the beach to summon Manon. In the morning, they awaken to view dozens and dozens of whales, sharks, dolphins and the like lying on the sand dead and a slew of onlookers and reporters. Whereas Sarah, Bonnie and Rochelle are horrified by this, Nancy strokes one of the dead animals and squeals with crazed delight, giddy in the belief that he had apparently sent her a sign.