Blumhouse's The Craft: Legacy | Full Movie | Movies Anywhere
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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Critics Consensus: Although director Zoe Lister-Jones has forged a new path for the weirdos of today, The Craft: Legacy's spells may only enchant fans of the original.
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Woke witches in progressive update with language, sexuality.
What Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that The Craft: Legacy is a follow up to 1996 teen witch cult classic The Craft. While its story beats are similar to the original -- a teen outsider finds friendship with three other outcasts, and they form a coven -- it's much less violent than the first film, and it shapes the narrative with a more progressive, feminist take. For example, when one of the girls uses magic irresponsibly, instead of turning on one another, they take a break and encourage self-control. And in what is likely a (welcome) first for a studio-produced mainstream film, a popular teen boy ends up in tears while explaining how confusing and challenging it is to be bisexual in a society that connects masculinity with heteronormativity. His ability to open up and express his emotions has positive consequences. The girls and their high school are diverse in multiple ways. For example, one of the witches is a well-adjusted Latinx transgender girl (as is the actress who plays her, Zoey Luna), and everyone is cool with that. The teens sit through a sex ed video that says consent is a requirement, teens kiss passionately, and there's some crude sex talk and two moments of implied masturbation, one of which suggests a teen boy is watching porn. A mysterious death is ruled a suicide. Both teens and parents use profanity ("bitch," "s--t," etc.). A bong is seen in a teen's room.
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- Genre:Horror, Drama
- Release Date:October 27, 2020
- Audio Format:5.1
- Screen Pass Eligible:No
If purchased in:4K
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