Almost a year since that feature was removed and I still tried to drag picture to favourites...
I strongly suggest to read on how those are composed. Not saying this is bad, just pointing it's nothing like ukiyo-e, both in composition and end result. It's just a flat-color digital that looks extremely sterile.
I have a particularly fond memory related with that movie due to bunch of reasons. See, in Polish education system, there is a spot on subject known as "Religion". A priest from local parish or a hired theologian is giving a lesson on Catholic doctrine (don't ask, it's a Polish thing and ironically one of the reasons the Church is dwindling in numbers ever since it was pushed into curriculum in early 90s). In mid-school, when the theologian running the class went on maternal leave, we ended up with entire slew of substitute teachers on her spot for about a month, until a stable replacement was found. One particular time we got the classic "overzealous maniac that sees Satan in everything" (they generally don't send people like that to do this job, for obvious reasons, not to mention it being a non-issue in Poland in general). She suddenly started at random to rant mid-lesson about the evils of media and propagation of satanism in them, fixating over The Craft...
... and it quickly turned out to be her own, VERY guilty pleasure to watch, much to the class' amusement and her increasing embarrassment, because she just couldn't stop herself from talking about it.
Whenever someone brings that movie up, I see her beetroot-red face, being played up by bunch of teens to dig herself deeper as a closeted fangirl.
Oh, and the best part? Roughtly half of the class never even heard about this movie, but by the end of the week, everyone already saw it. No such thing like bad publicity I guess.
... what do you mean by "really isn't a very good movie"? It's a perfect movie - perfect as a 90s cheese with extra serving of cheese. I don't even feel guilty when rewatching it.