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The Craft - Review

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In the same manner that Amy Heckerling’s Clueless is capturing what defined the 1990’s inside of a high school film from the perspective of the popular girl, Andrew Fleming’s The Craft attempts to pull off something else but from the point of view of the outcasts. 816 more words

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Chill Factor

It was filmed 20 miles from my old house, so, to prevent bias, you tell me how sucky “Chill Factor” (1999) is: An army colonel named Brynner spends 10 years in Leavenworth and comes out with Yul Brynner’s accent. 63 more words

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My problem with interviews, one day I’ll think one thing, and the next day I’ll think the exact opposite. – Skeet Ulrich http://ift.tt/29wrXIY

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With The Pencil

I sort of uploaded some of my artwork on my Facebook, which reminded me I’ve failed to put some older out here, as well. xD Happily, I’ve also been sketching and drawing lately, too! 296 more words

My Artistic Art Streak

Flashback Friday: The Craft (1996)


“NOW IS THE TIME. This is the hour. Ours is the magic. Ours is the power.”

There is something quite nostalgic about re-watching The Craft and even more shocking that it’s 20 years old this year. 168 more words

Horror Movie

On May 3 “The Craft” was released...

On May 3, 1996 the supernatural film, “The Craft” was released. The filmed starred Robin Tunney, Fairuza Balk, Neve Campbell, Rachel True, and Skeet Ulrich.   118 more words

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Everybody else has been seen, been proven. – Skeet Ulrich http://ift.tt/1q2ICMy

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