The Craft

The Craft quotes

26 total quotes (ID: 143)

Main cast
Nancy Downs


Sarah Bailey: Did you tell your friends?
Chris Hooker: ...what?
Sarah Bailey: That you're a lying sack of shit.
Chris Hooker: No... b-but I will.


Sarah Bailey: Hey, can I talk to you for a second, Chris?
Mitt: I'm sorry. Chris is really busy, maybe we could set something up for-- nice jacket-- later in the week. What do you think?
Sarah Bailey: Why did you lie about me?
Chris Hooker: Look, I don't want to go out with you again, okay? Please stop begging. It's pathetic.
Sarah Bailey: Hey, Chris, **** you!
Chris Hooker: Nah.
Trey: But I will.
Mitt: [looks at Trey as Sarah runs off, upset] She gonna cry, then I'm gonna cry, and we're all gonna cry!

Sarah Bailey: Nothing makes everything all better again.
Nancy Downs: Maybe not for you...

Sarah Bailey: What's wrong with her?
Rochelle: Her spell's not working.
Bonnie: What spell?
Rochelle: I don't know. She doesn't want to be white trash anymore. I told her, "You're white honey! Just get over it."

Sarah Bailey: You're in big trouble with Manon. He says you've abused the gifts he's given you and now you have to pay.
Nancy Downs: [her fingers turn top snakes] What's going on?
Sarah Bailey: Where did Bonnie and Rochelle go? They just ran out of here without even saying good-bye. That's bad manners.

[after finding out that Chris had tried to rape Sarah] I'm gonna go play.

Actor Role Robin Tunney Sarah Bailey Fairuza Balk Nancy Downs Neve Campbell Bonnie Rachel True Rochelle Skeet Ulrich Chris Hooker Christine Taylor Laura Lizzie Assumpta Serno Lirio

Have you ever heard of invoking the spirit? It's when you called him... Manon. It's like... it's like you take him into you. It's like he fills you. He takes everything that's gone wrong into your life and makes it all better again.

If God and the Devil were playing football, Manon would be the stadium that they played on.

You know, if I was pathetic as you are, I would have killed myself ages ago. You should get on with it.

You know, in the old days, if a witch betrayed her coven, they would kill her.