Nancy, Bonnie and Rochelle are three wannabe teen witches are joined by Sarah so that they can "call the corners"; I'm not really sure if the magic practiced in the film is fictional or it stems from real theories. Throughout the film, you never know what's the deal with Sarah or why she even chooses to join their coven. But she does and they start doing fun stuff like changing hair colour, putting a love spell on school jock (read jerk) Chris on whom, for some reason Sarah has a crush on which turns him into a crazy-eyed pseudo-rapist, make Laura's hair fall out which is really funny. Anyway, soon things get really advanced and Nancy gives her stepdad a fatal heart attack. She also seduces and kills Chris. Cool, huh?
The Craft is actually humour noir if you haven't figured it out yet. It's majorly fictional, but some people really think otherwise; the kind of people who didn't stop after buying a pentagram and pretending to be a witch. But of course, I like this film. Here are some memorable moments:
Laura: You really wanna know why.
Rochelle: Yes, I really wanna know why.
Laura: Because I don' like Negroids. Sorry.
Nancy: We are the weirdos, mister.
Bonnie: Except me.
But mostly all the memorable moments are in the classy acting of particularly Fairuza Balk, Neve Campbell's mini orgasms (which happens to be kind of her signature), Laura going baldie, dazy expressions of Skeet Ulrich, and Robin Tunney makes some funny faces too.