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'The Craft' Star 'Would Love To Do' A Sequel, And That Just Sounds Magical

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If you were a teen in the 90s, then chances are your "bad girl" phase was defined by three things: way too much eyeliner, replacing all your pink clothes with black ones, and of course, most importantly, watching The Craft on repeat about a hundred times.


Starring Robin Tunney, Fairuza Balk, Neve Campbell and Rachel True as a group of witches who torment those who wrong them even slightly with their black magic, the movie was pretty much every angsty girl's dream. The leads were total badasses, the people they got revenge on were complete douchebags (especially Skeet Ulrich as Chris Hooker), and above all else, it was stylish as hell.


It's been over 20 years since we last heard from our favorite witches, and they've since been replaced by entirely different kinds of witches in hit franchises like Harry Potter and Wicked.

However, at least one of the ladies of The Craft wants to bring them back, and personally, I couldn't be happier about the idea.

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