On March 12th, Scream Factory will conjure up a Collector's Edition Blu-ray of The Craft, and ahead of the film's anticipated release (especially for all of us weirdos out there), we've been provided with the full list of special features, including a new interview with co-writer/director Andrew Fleming.

From the Press Release: Los Angeles, CA – Welcome to the witching hour. Scream Factory brings The Craft [Collector’s Edition] to Blu-ray™ on March 12, 2019. The release contains a slate of exciting new bonus features, including new interviews with director and co-writer Andrew Fleming, producer Douglas Wick, co-writer Peter Filardi, and the makeup effects supervisor.

This spectacular horror thriller stars Neve Campbell [Editor's Note - This is a typo from the official press release, but the name should be Robin Tunney] (Scream, Wild Things) as Sarah, the new kid at St. Benedict’s Academy. Having always been a bit unusual, she fits right in with the school’s outsiders. There’s something different about them though, and it's not just that they won't settle for being a group of powerless misfits. They have discovered The Craft ... and they are going to use it.

The Craft also stars Robin Tunney (Supernova, The Zodiac), Fairuza Balk (The Island Of Dr. Moreau, American History X), Rachel True (Half Baked, Embrace Of The Vampire) and Skeet Ulrich (Scream, Riverdale).

The Craft [Collector’s Edition] Special Features

· NEW Directing The Craft – an interview with co-writer and director Andrew Fleming

· NEW Producing The Craft – an interview with producer Douglas Wick

· NEW Writing The Craft – an interview with co-writer Peter Filardi

· NEW Effecting The Craft – an interview with makeup effects supervisor

· Audio Commentary with director Andrew Fleming

· Vintage Featurette – Conjuring THE CRAFT

· Vintage Featurette – The Making of THE CRAFT

· Deleted Scenes with optional audio commentary

· Theatrical Trailer

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