It seems ironic that the original The craft (1996) was directed by a man, and all the main (teenage female) characters and their story was written by another man, and amazingly enough, it was a pretty good movie. Enter 2020 and someone (Actor, writer, director, producer - Zoe Lister-Jones) decided that it would be a good idea to essentially remake the movie, but call it a "sequel" because Fairuza Balk hasn't been able to play a teenage girl in over 25 years, obviously... And while at it, remove the horror element altogether. Next on the agenda is to make sure the movie ticks all the boxes on the "woke" check-list so that every single viewer regardless of gender identity, sexual preference, racial recipe, religious affiliation, etc... Has a safe viewing experience. After all we are not barbarians from the 1990's (no offence to barbarians...) Throw in ample montages of teenage girls being stereotypical teenage girls, you know with the make-up, and selfies, and lusting after teenage boys... And then make sure that the bad guys are actual, well... Guys. Mix thoroughly and out pours a movie so diluted and devoid of substance that it would struggle to hold the attention of even the 11 to 15 year old girls that it is obviously made for. That being said, there are notable performances from Cailee Spaeny , Zoey Luna and Nicholas Galitzine... David Duchovny phones in his performance (oh Fox how far you have fallen... Get back on that horse bro) Special effects are ok, camera-work ok, scenery ok, ok, ok... ho hum, what else... I was disappointed the Muslim, Asian, Gender-fluid Velociraptor community was underrepresented in this movie... But I'm sure that will be addressed in the next film in the series.