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‘The Craft’ Is Getting A Reboot Just In Time For Halloween

Look at Amazon Prime swooping in to win the Halloween season!!

Amazon Prime just announced that a reboot of the cult classic film The Craft will drop onto the streaming network just in time for Halloween, and I’m as giddy as a goth girl can get.

It’s time to bust out your black makeup and gothy dresses, because Jason Blume’s Blumhouse project has remade this supernatural horror film (are we calling it a horror film? Hmmm), and put a modern day spin on the original.

Now, this film has been talked about since 2019, but not many details — as in NONE — have been released about the project.

Most details of the upcoming release are being kept under a coven cloak of secrecy, but we know it is going to star Michelle Monaghan (Boston Public), David Duchovny (The X-Files), and Cailee Spaeny (Pacific Rim: Uprising) — but in what way they are portrayed in the film, we don’t yet know.

We also know that it is going to stick to the original plot — a group of 4 outcast high school girls start a coven of witches who worship the deity Manon, and they go from having cutesie little powers to trying to become all-powerful.

Things happen, spells are cast, people get killed — you know, it’s all fair game when you are playing around with witchcraft.

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It’s a terrific group of young actresses. It was a really female production. It was fantastic. Zoe’s (the director) just really smart. It’s spooky but also really timely and relevant, you know in terms of what it’s about and how she reimagined it.

Michelle Monaghan during an interview with Collider

Get ready for this remake of The Craft to drop on October 27, only on Amazon Prime. Let’s get weird this Halloween season!!

See the trailer for the ORIGINAL Film, The Craft, below.

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