3. Sarah, Nancy, Bonnie and Rochelle, 'The Craft'

The Craft (1994) was subversive, intriguing, and undoubtedly ahead of its time. We love it especially because it posited a less two-dimensional depiction of what a witch should look like. At least, at the time. (They should definitely wear all black, dark lipstick and choker necklaces, for instance.)

But more importantly, these are girls who not only fight against evil or succumb to it, but they struggle with the good and evil within themselves. They know they have been set apart from the rest of society. They already feel outcast from their high school and their peers. Their mantra, after all? "We are the weirdos."

Why shouldn't these powerful women come together, then? And why wouldn't suddenly coming into that much power be utterly and dangerously intoxicating? Of course, we all know it's Sarah versus Nancy in the end, but for these reasons and more, these might just be our favorite witches on the list.