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Harry Potter:Half-Blood Prince and Deathly Hallows (Parts 1+2) Review

Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince

Obviously spoilers.

In my view, Half-Blood Prince was Rowling’s redemption from the decidedly sub-par Order of the Phoenix. The overarching main story is far better plotted, it doesn’t seem overlong, the right mix of light and dark themes is back, we get a good Quidditch subplot for the first time since Prisoner of Azkaban; in short, there’s a lot to love here. 1,346 more words

Movie Review

Those Dreadful Muggles

Evertree Crescent was a sickle moon of 1930s bungalows, which lay two minutes from Pagford’s main square. In number thirty-six, a house tenanted longer than any other in the street, Shirley Mollison sat, propped up against her pillows, sipping the tea that her husband had brought her. 538 more words


I am a believer in magic.

When they announced they were creating a Fantastics Beasts and Where to Find Them series it was the best news I had heard in many moons. 246 more words


Redmayne as Newt Scamander- why it's the best time to join the wiz world

At 34, Eddie Redmayne has made a name for himself in films. After an Oscar Best Actor in The Theory of everything and multiple other prestigious nominations, he has very-well proven that Hollywood needs a British red head like him. 486 more words


Monster Reviews! Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them (PG-13)!

[Editor’s Note: There are some possible SPOILERS in the review below. You have been warned!]

“People change after a while, and they’re no longer who you once knew.”

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Other Geeky Stuff

'Harry Potter and the Cursed Child' Broadway Discussions Become Ever More Official

Pottermore, J.K. Rowling’s official website of all things Harry Potter (and, sure, now Newt Scamander) has announced that plans are now very much being made for a Broadway run of the hit sort-of-eighth-installment of  302 more words