The Craft

Synopsis: A new girl moves to a new city with her family to start a new life. She meets up with the girls who are very interested in the occult and together, the four of them have a seemingly unstopable power. They can do anything, from getting thier dream guys to like them to... the possibilities are limitless.
Genre: Drama, Fantasy, Horror
Director(s): Andrew Fleming
Production: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
  1 win & 2 nominations.
 
IMDB:
6.3
Rotten Tomatoes:
50%
R
Year:
1996
101 min
1,281 Views


Now is the time.

This is the hour.

Ours is the magic.

Ours is the power.

Now is the time.

This is the hour.

Ours is the magic.

Ours is the power.

THE CRAF:

Move your seat

to the upright position, please.

Come on. Let's go.

Come on, darling.

The taxi's waiting.

Oh, yeah.

It's a lot drier in here, Dad.

Oh, God.

We need a new roof.

Yeah. But it's big.

I like the peg-and-groove floors.

Damask curtains

would look really nice.

-Yeah. Gotta get this roof fixed, honey.

-Yeah.

I found this out back.

You want it?

Relax. What's the matter with you?

- Dad!

- What? What is it?

What the--

Get the hell out of here!

What the hell?

Sarah, you all right?

Yeah, I'm fine.

He just surprised me, that's all.

Yeah, I guess.

Are you sure?

Yeah, I'm fine.

You could wait--

just until you got a school uniform.

You don't have to go now.

I can't stay home and watch daytime TV

for the rest of my life.

Why not? I could.

I just want to get started

and get it over with.

- You look good. Good luck.

- Thanks.

-Jenny'll pick you up.

- I'll walk.

- You sure?

- Yeah.

Hey, scary bitch alert.

Oh, God! I thought it was Satan.

Jesus Christ. She looking?

- Oh, God.

- Oh, she's looking.

Okay, I'll find a warm place--

safe, warm place.

The almanac says today will bring

an arrival of something.

Yeah, wonderful.

I'm getting my rag.

A new wholeness,

and with it a new balance.

Earth, air, water, fire.''

Maybe it's our fourth.

We don't need a fourth.

Nancy, we need someone

to call out the corners--

north, south, east and west.

Four would make a circle.

Maybe she can be our fourth.

I love a woman in uniform.

Bonjour, class.

What?

Oh, you mean did I get laid?

Beaucoup de laid.

What is that snail trail over there

saying about me?

You know, this is LA.

We should be learning Mexican.

That would be Spanish, genius.

She's here.

- She who?

- Someone to be the fourth.

She's the one.

You feeling okay?

That's her.

Hi. Do you guys mind

if I sit with you?

'Cause I'm supposed to find

a lab group.

Okay.

No, you can sit here.

Happy?

What?

- You're Sarah, right?

- Yeah.

Hi. I'm Chris.

I just wanted to apologize

for those guys in French.

They're assholes.

You know what they say.

You are what you hang with.

Yeah, right.

Wait. Did you just

call me an asshole?

- You did, didn't you?

- I'm sorry. My defenses are up.

People here have been

really rude to me.

Really? Who else?

These three girls.

They're behind you.

Don't stare.

That's slick.

Oh, shit.

It's the bitches of Eastwick.

- What?

- Whatever you do, stay away from them.

- Why?

- You see the one on the right?

She's a major slut.

I don't know from experience

or anything, but--

And the one in the middle,

she's got burn scars all over her body.

I haven't seen them,

but friends of mine have.

Anyway, they're--

Nah. Never mind.

What?

They're witches.

Witches?

That's what people say.

So what are you doing

after school?

I don't know.

Nothing, I guess.

- Really?

- Really.

I'm busy.

Football practice.

You can come and watch.

Football practice.

That is so tempting.

Looking for someone?

Some of these football dicks

make their girlfriends...

come and watch them practice,

as if it's interesting.

Yeah, like, girlfriend, over there--

Chris Hooker.

I don't even know him.

Nancy's sorry about what happened

in biology.

And she's mean to everybody,

so don't take it personally.

You're Nancy?

She's Nancy, I'm Bonnie

and that's Rochelle.

- Hi. I'm Sarah.

- Yeah, we know who you are.

Do you want to go for coffee?

No, I can't. I gotta get home.

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