Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald (2018) Review


We are back in the fantastic world of Newt Scamander and how he must continue the work set out for him by Albus Dumbledore and this time trying to stop Grindelwald.


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Harry Potter and the Cursed Child: Part One (West End) Review



Harry – Jamie Parker

Ginny – Poppy Miller

Ron – Paul Thornley

Hermonie – Noma Dumezweni

Draco – Alex Price

Albus – Sam Clemment

Scorpius – James Le Lacheur

Venue – Palace Theatre, London

Date: Wednesday 5th October 2016 (2:30pm)

NO SPOILERS – #KeepTheSecrets

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Harry Potter and the Cursed Child


Recently the talk has all been surrounding the official opening of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child (Part one and two) in the West End. The first story in the Potter series to be made especially for the stage, while it has been open for well over a month in previews everything has really kicked on over the past week after it is now open! Reviews have been coming out, I haven’t read any yet though.

Then today the play was released I hope people realise it is in play format and not as just a story like the other books. I know the big fans will but I am sure it will catch some people out. J.K. Rowling is pretty awesome releasing it on the date that would be Harry Potter’s 36th Birthday, I saw that on twitter I didn’t just know it I promise!

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Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part II (2011) Review

I have just returned from a midnight showing of the second part of the deathly hallows, that being the final Potter film in the franchise. We pick up straight away from where we were left off at the end of part one, and reminded how Voldemort took the Elder Wand from Dumbledore’s grave.

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Top 10 – Harry Potter Characters in the Books

The top 10 Harry Potter characters from the books, this has been a difficult top 10 to sort out as the series really does have so many brilliant characters. We really get to know them all so well in the books. Obviously so many to choose from and try to put in an order. I have gone for the first that come to mind from reading the books.

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I think I started the 30 day Harry Potter challenge at just the right time, to have it finishing days before the final film is released in theatres. I found it very good going through each day and deciding my favorite or least favorite characters and things about the franchise. A very good challenge for any Potter fan to have a look back at everything about the series.

I also feel a certain sense of achievement by finishing the 30 day challenge. I tried a normal film one a couple of months back and it totally failed at about 14 days. So a good achievement right in time for the final film coming out in two days . . . or three days.

Harry Potter – The Story of Snape

Severus Snape has always been the character who you do not know if he is good or bad. Dumbledore was always in Snape’s corner when Harry used to blame him for everything. However, after Snape kills Dumbledore, Harry takes it all even harder when Dumbledore always used to trust him.

Snape’s story is possibly the best in the entire series and we are going to be seeing this on the big screen in a couple of days. I cried during that whole part of the book, so not holding much hope for holding it together for the film. Not long now!!!

Harry Potter Challenge – Day 30: What affect has Harry Potter made on your life and how much does it mean to you

I think it made me realise how incredible books can be if they are written in such a fantastic way and how much you can fall in love with a different world. You are taken on an amazing journey and can relate to everything the three main characters go through and how difficult it really is growing up. The things you are put through at school and what everything means to you as you do grow.

We love Hogwart and wish we could have gone to school there and that magic and wizards are actually real. It is incredible how J.K. Rowling managed to create all of this in such incredible depth.