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’90s teen horror movie ‘The Craft’ getting remake

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If you’re a ’90s kid who has fond memories of playing “Light as a Feather, Stiff as a Board” at slumber parties, it was likely in large part because of The Craft, the 1996 teen horror movies about four Catholic School girls who manage to tap into the occult.

And while we recently railed on Don’t Look Now getting remade, this horror reboot feels a little different. THR reports that female director Leigh Janiek, who also directed the 2007 horror movie Honeymoon, will be directing The Craft remake along with her Honeymoon co-writer Phil Graziadei. Janiek is also directing an episode of the Scream TV series, and THR adds that Doug Wick, a producer on the 1996 film, will also be returning to work on this project.

The Craft starred Neve Cambell, Fairuza Balk, Rachel True, and Robin Tunney as directed by Andrew Fleming. It made $24 million at the box office but is still considered something of a cult, ’90s teen essential. Watch the famous “Light as a Feather, Stiff as a Board” scene from the original below:




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