Double bill of dark fantasy dramas. In 'The Craft' (1996) Sarah (Robin Tunney) has just moved to Los Angeles and started a new school. Feeling alienated by her new surroundings she takes up with Nancy (Fairuza Balk), Rochelle (Rachel True) and Bonnie (Neve Campbell) who have distinctive black lipstick and nails. It transpires that they have recently been dabbling in the occult, and with Sarah added to the group, their union becomes even more powerful. As they learn witchcraft, they become powerful enough to punish their enemies at school and make their dreams come true. In the sequel 'Blumhouse's the Craft - Legacy' (2020) Lily (Cailee Spaeny) moves to a new town and befriends a trio of outcasts that belong to a coven of teenage witches. Impressed by Lily's potential, Frankie (Gideon Adlon), Tabby (Lovie Simone) and Lourdes (Zoey Luna) invite her to become their fourth member. Together, they use their formidable powers to get revenge against their bullying peers, but their meddling has grave unintended consequences.