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‘Cursed Films’ reviews ‘The Craft: Legacy’

Kaitlyn Bowers, Features Editor

Join Katie, Ella, and special guest Carly as they review the sequel to the hit 90’s film “The Craft.” The full episode can be viewed below.

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