You need to take movies/books with a grain of salt. The Craft is a fun movie, but how bored would people be if there spells weren't physical changes like eyes, hair so on.
The most accurate I have seen is Practical Magic. It's a book made into a movie. The movie is about two sisters who are from a long line of witches. The first witch was their aunt Maria who over 200 years ago fell in love with a man who left her. In her sorrow she cast a spell so she would never feel the heartache again, but as her bitterness grew it turned into a curse on any man who loved an Owens woman. Present day the younger sister gets into a bad relationship which results in the two sisters killing the man, they bring him back to life but he's 'dark and unnatural' so they kill him again and bury him in the yard. This begins a haunting and possession of the sister/house. It's got some points and they do bring up misconceptions and fear from the townspeople about their craft, but its the magick where it steps away from reality. The love spells [minus the floating leaves scene] and a few other glanced over elements are rather accurate but the more fantastical such as bringing the man back to life, blowing on a candle to light it, and my favourite stirring tea with your energy, aren't. But I like the story, and they do a good job showing there really isn't anything 'evil' with their life as witches. [Plus their house is my dream home, I want it so bad.]
Unless you're looking at non fiction, don't expect a 100% accurate fantasy. Most people would be rather bored watching people meditate and drying herbs.