Re-watching Harry Potter: The Chamber of Secrets

Here we go, my second Harry Potter re-watch - what I thought as I was watching The Chamber of Secrets! Can you imagine if Aunt Petunia came across the album of moving photos of her sister? Given how often 'funny business' just occurs around Harry, you'd think that the Dursley's would have decided to send … Continue reading Re-watching Harry Potter: The Chamber of Secrets

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Re-watching Harry Potter: The Philosopher’s Stone

Following the series of posts I previously wrote about re-reading the Harry Potter books, I thought I'd pick it up with the films too. So here's my thoughts whilst watching Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone. I love the title music so much. John Williams is honestly brilliant. There was not an owl sat on … Continue reading Re-watching Harry Potter: The Philosopher’s Stone

Geekstalkers #3 Best Film Score

The Geekstalkers are back!! Welcome to another article from the Geekstalker Community. I feel obliged to issue a warning here....what follows is a whole bunch of AWESOMENESS! The Geekstalkers are an amazing group of geeks, nerds, podcasters and brilliant people who just like talking about anything and everything. A while ago we decided to share … Continue reading Geekstalkers #3 Best Film Score

Re-reading Harry Potter: The Deathly Hallows

The final chapter! This is my last re-reading Harry Potter post; the things I noticed whilst throwing myself into the unending pain of the final book of the series. Overall I love this book and has some of what I considered to be the best writing of all time, but I really dislike that it's … Continue reading Re-reading Harry Potter: The Deathly Hallows

Re-reading Harry Potter: The Half-Blood Prince

Finally, the latest installment of my observations from re-reading Harry Potter. Book six this time, the Half-Blood Prince and more pain on the way. Here we go; The first piece of advice from the Ministry of Magic is 'Don't leave your house'? That seems extreme. Why didn't Dumbledore tell Harry that Snape was no longer … Continue reading Re-reading Harry Potter: The Half-Blood Prince

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child

I am very fortunate in that my sister-in-law works in a bookshop. Specifically she works in the children's/young adult section of a bookshop¬†which meant I got a copy of the book delivered to me at home on the day it was released.¬†I'm also very lucky because I love Harry Potter. It's pretty well documented on … Continue reading Harry Potter and the Cursed Child

Re-reading Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix

I promised that the gap between my last installment of my re-reading Harry Potter series would be significantly less than the previous one, and here we are! This time it's Order of the Phoenix. Full disclaimer this is my least favourite book - not because it's poorly written or there is anything wrong with it, … Continue reading Re-reading Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix

Re-reading Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire

So quite some time ago I re-read the Harry Potter books, as I do every year, and noted down some of the things I noticed this time round, now I wasn't quite so absorbed with the main story. After diligently posting my findings of the first three books, I went a little bit off radar … Continue reading Re-reading Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire