Columbia's DVD of The Craft is a devilishly delightful disk that contains a wickedly entertaining assortment of special features. The film, about four teenage girls and their foray into the realm of witchcraft and magic, stars Fairuza Balk, Robin Tunney, Neve Campbell, and Rachel True. The movie is presented on the DVD in a widescreen format that preserves the original theatrical aspect ratio of 1.35:1. The English language soundtrack is in 5.1 Dolby Digital, and is so clear that a viewer can hear an eye of newt blink. The disc contains a witches' brew of special features, including a commentary track by director Andrew Fleming, deleted scenes with optional commentary by Fleming, and a making-of featurette that details the obstacles the film faced before going into production. Other special features include an original featurette summarizing the movie, trailers, and talent files about the film's stars and the director.
Digitally mastered audio and anamorphic video
Isolated music score
Audio: English 5.1 [Dolby Digital] and 2-channel [Dolby Surround], French, Spanish, Portuguese
I grew up with Fauriza Balk in Return to oz and when I saw the craft in 1996 i was taken a back at how dark and goth she became but was also mesmerized by the movie and plot. a girl who just lost her mother moves to a new city where she encounters a group of misfit teens lead by Nancy (fauriza balk) who stumble upon a book store which has books on witchcraft. Sara (Robin Tuney) is a natural witch and has the strongest powers in the group. they become friends but start using their powers for evil instead of good as they originally had. things start getting out of control and nancy and sara have a big show down at the end. also features party of fives and screams neve campbell and skeet ulrich also from scream. the transfer is pretty good. very clear with minimal grain and colors which are rich. must own for a fan of horror or witch craft.