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The Craft

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Director: Andrew Fleming, Robin Tunney, Fairuza Balk, Neve Campbell

Cast: Andrew Fleming, Robin Tunney, Fairuza Balk, Neve Campbell

     
 

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Columbia's DVD of The Craft is a devilishly delightful disk that contains a wickedly entertaining assortment of special features. The film, about four teenage girls and their foray into the realm of witchcraft and magic, stars Fairuza Balk, Robin Tunney, Neve Campbell, and Rachel True. The movie is presented on the DVD in a widescreen format that preserves the

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Columbia's DVD of The Craft is a devilishly delightful disk that contains a wickedly entertaining assortment of special features. The film, about four teenage girls and their foray into the realm of witchcraft and magic, stars Fairuza Balk, Robin Tunney, Neve Campbell, and Rachel True. The movie is presented on the DVD in a widescreen format that preserves the original theatrical aspect ratio of 1.35:1. The English language soundtrack is in 5.1 Dolby Digital, and is so clear that a viewer can hear an eye of newt blink. The disc contains a witches' brew of special features, including a commentary track by director Andrew Fleming, deleted scenes with optional commentary by Fleming, and a making-of featurette that details the obstacles the film faced before going into production. Other special features include an original featurette summarizing the movie, trailers, and talent files about the film's stars and the director.

Product Details

Release Date:
09/12/2000
UPC:
0043396052703
Original Release:
1996
Rating:
R
Source:
Sony Pictures
Region Code:
1
Presentation:
[Wide Screen]
Sound:
[Dolby Digital Surround, Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround]
Time:
1:41:00

Special Features

Digitally mastered audio and anamorphic video; Widescreen presentation; Isolated music score; Audio: English 5.1 [Dolby Digital] and 2-channel [Dolby Surround], French, Spanish, Portuguese; Subtitles: English, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Chinese, Korean, Thai; Director's commentary; Three deleted scenes; Original featurette; Theatrical trailers; Talent files; Interactive menus; Scene selections with motion images; Exclusive making-of featurette: "Conjuring the Craft"

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Robin Tunney Sarah
Fairuza Balk Nancy
Neve Campbell Bonnie
Rachel True Rochelle
Skeet Ulrich Chris
Helen Shaver Grace
Christine Taylor Laura Lizzie
Breckin Meyer Mitt
Cliff De Young Mr. Bailey
Assumpta Serna Lirio
Nathaniel Marston Trey
Jeanine Jackson Jenny
Brenda Strong Doctor
Elizabeth Guber Laura's Friend
Jennifer Greenhut Laura's Friend
Arthur Senzy Vagrant
Endre Hules Monsieur Thepot
Mark Conlon Swimming Coach
Christine Louise Berry Stewardess
William Newman Street Preacher
Erin Tavin Homeless Mother
Rod Britt Priest
Brogan Roche Insurance Man
Rebecca McLaughlin Biology Teacher
Tony Genaro Bus Driver
Janet Rotblatt Homeroom Teacher
Jason Filardi Paramedic
Karyn J. Dean Whispering Girl
Danielle Koenig Whispering Girl
Janet Eilber Sarah's Mother
Esther Scott Nurse
John Kapelos Nancy's Father

Technical Credits
Andrew Fleming Director,Screenwriter
Gae S. Buckley Art Director
Pam Dixon Casting
Marek Dobrowoiski Production Designer
David M. Dunlap Camera Operator
Deborah Everton Costumes/Costume Designer
Peter Filardi Original Story,Screenwriter
Jeff Freeman Editor
Scott Garcia Special Effects
David Garden Camera Operator
Alexander Gruszynski Cinematographer
Jeffrey Hamilton Makeup
Ron MacInnes Special Effects
Ned M. Martin Camera Operator
Ginny Nugent Executive Producer
Nancy Nye Set Decoration/Design
Sherry Peterson Stunts
Jeffrey Pollack Consultant/advisor
Graeme Revell Score Composer,Songwriter
Natalie Richards Set Decoration/Design
Jim Stuebe Sound/Sound Designer
Lisa Tornell Co-producer
Doug Wick Producer
Brian Williams Musical Direction/Supervision
John R. Woodward Asst. Director
Gary Zink Special Effects

Scene Index

Side #1 -- Widescreen Version
0. Scene Selections
1. Start [5:12]
2. St. Benedict's Academy [6:15]
3. Football Practice [1:45]
4. Shopping at Lirio's [3:06]
5. Snake Vagrant [1:08]
6. A Natural Witch [5:41]
7. Picking on Rochelle [1:34]
8. Gene Therapy [3:31]
9. Field Trip [6:45]
10. Light as a Feather [5:13]
11. Laura Loses It [:59]
12. Positive Results [4:02]
13. $175,000 [3:22]
14. Glamour Spells [2:50]
15. Neither Black nor White [1:50]
16. Invoking the Spirit [3:42]
17. "He Blessed Me." [5:15]
18. A Date with Chris [3:40]
19. "I'm Gonna Go Play." [2:53]
20. Party's Over [4:31]
21. Leaving the Circle [2:07]
22. Asking for Help [3:22]
23. Flight 321 [1:26]
24. House of Snakes [2:39]
25. "Kill Yourself Tonight." [3:04]
26. Spirit Invoked [2:20]
27. Paying the Price [7:27]
28. "I'm Flying!" [5:01]

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The Craft 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 23 reviews.
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librachic More than 1 year ago
Very scary but good plot.Nice to see Neve Campbell as someone other then Sidney Prescott in Scream.
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I never knew witches were so sexy! The only reason I saw this movie was because my cousin and I were bored and it was late and this was the last movie showing at the theatre. It turned out to be a great movie. The fact that the witches were hot didn't hurt either. Four sexy witches, what more can you ask for?
Guest More than 1 year ago
I watched this in high school over and over again so i ended up buying it on VHS. I admit I am a sucker for any sci-fi Wicca movies (I love Charmed). Of course it may not be accurate but who cares Buffy isn't either. It's just good fun don't take it seriously. I felt like some of the girls did in high school and I can relate to them which makes this movie even more enjoyable. I loved the special effects and of course Neve Cambell steals every scene she's in. A must own. This is one of the better teen movies to come out in the 90's (and trust me, there were a LOT of bad ones). Highly reccomended!
Guest More than 1 year ago
No offense to Merlin-Reincarnated (review below), but much of the history of the craft is shockingly misrepresented in this movie. The only real and true sentiment in it is the fact that witches do not, in fact, worship the devil--a common misconception among the uninformed. Overall, a good movie--the soundtrack alone makes it worth at least one viewing. (And, Merlin-Reincarnated, how much detail about Alchemy do you REALLY expect in a movie like this? If you're looking for details on how to harness real witchcraft, read a good book....)
Guest More than 1 year ago
this movie's ending sucked. more realistic ending but i love the movie as a whole
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
so The Craft about 4 girls who just aren't girls but are witches pretty cool withcraft movie having a spell sounds like fun i like the craft its one movie from the 90's that has vodo spells and stuff like that its really cool
Guest More than 1 year ago
This movie is pure 24K Gold and nothing less. It presents the craft in it's true glory and dangerous sexy edge. Perfect in so many ways, I can't even begin to describe. It took real vision and skill to manifest this film. And for those who are intelligent enough to use the human power, this movie makes a nice accessory to your life-stlye. The only dissapointment I have is the lack of presentation on Alchemy, and the Stone of the Wise. I know so much about the physical DNA enhancements that are made by pinoline (released from the pineal gland) and other 8Hz superconductors, and yet this movie like so many others, reveals nothing about how to obtain true power. I guess only those who have the means and will to search on are the only ones who will find the real power.
Namea More than 1 year ago
There are quite a few movies one can watch that involve teenage girls with malicious vendettas, none of which are nearly as uniquely entertaining as this one. Rather than spreading rumours and gossip, these girls are out to spread some magic and mayhem. The movie stars some semi-familiar faces, especially Campbell, who plays a burnscarred supporting girl, more of a henchman role than anything, yet she shines remarkably in it. The other girls are all lesser known actresses, though they should not be, each of them played well in this flick about a new spin on the term "Girl power". Twisting alot of traditional wiccan customs to fit the needs of the plot, this movie is one that is made for the teenage crowd. Don't count it out if you're an adult though, there are some overtones that less mature audiences wouldn't understand. A good movie, perhaps not a classic, but definately worth watching more than once.
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I know everyone will agree with me on this review. If I was a director a producer. I will make part two of The Craft. Or make a Tv series.
Guest More than 1 year ago
The Craft is an asowme flim! Allthough most of what was done in the movie can't be achived by most witches, it was entertaining non the less. As a witch I do hope to gain at least half the power that was diplayed in this movie.