In Blumhouse’s continuation of the cult hit The Craft, an eclectic foursome of aspiring teenage witches get more than they bargained for as they lean into their newfound powers.

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  1. Price gauging at it’s finest. I’m going to see if it’s ok to charge that price for renting a movie during these times because never have it cost so much, then I’m reporting YouTube.

  2. Awful low production budget movie. I feel like its a "WOKE" Disney movie rather than Blumhouse….. They should be embarrassed. In 2020 you cant escape politics and movies. This is an insult to the original movie if you grew up in the 90's and watched it.

  3. It was alright, I was expecting more based off the trailers but I guess I shouldn't get my hopes up for a teen movie. Nice cameo at the end though, highlight of the film lol

  4. The movie is boring 😴 so predictable and the magic OMG it looks like they used the app store for that, we are in 2020 going to 2021 why keep used cheap CGI the script is so bad πŸ‘Ž the bad guy acting is so bad he not scary he not bad he just act like he reading his script and it looks like he thinking to much before using a power or doing his acting he pause to much, so boring i was expecting more since is being 24 years from the first movie.

  5. I grew up on the original. Every Halloween we pick a movie to watch and this year we watched The Craft (original) . This one looks good. But nothing beats the original. Lol I guess every generation can say that. I get it.

  6. Oh great another one? It's bad enough that the one that came out 20 years ago, filled girls' heads with this stuff now they want to do it with this generation too? These kinds of women are weak minded and believe magic actually exists.

  7. Lame movie, lame ending, Cheesy as Chucky thru and thru. I’m a Marine, and did* watch this ish of my own free choosing sooo I mean really I shouldn’t leave this post. Lol.

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