Throwback Thursday: The Craft

October 16, 2014

What do you do when you kill your mother in childbirth, fail at killing yourself, then have false kiss-and-tell rumors started about you by a football player at the Catholic school you’re a new student at?  You join a coven of ultra-hip witches who know your struggle.

This is what Sara (Robin Tunney) does in The Craft, the 1996 goth-tastic tale of feminine power, revenge, and why you shouldn’t practice black magic (Hint: It will come back to you three fold). Boasting one of the greatest levitating freak-out scenes in cinematic history, when Nancy (Fairuza Balk) kills Chris (Skeet Ulrich), The Craft is a shoo-in for this weeks Throwback Thursday spotlight.  Not to mention, a soundtrack that with such gems as  Love Spit Love,  Souxsie And The Banchees, and Portishead.

Here’s the freak out scene:

Here’s the trailer:


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