Here’s the thing about Harry Potter – it will forever be timeless and relevant. Yes, we firmly believe that. The movies and books have resonated with fans for years and continue to be an active part of pop culture. Harry Potter is big all year round, but at the holidays,Read More →


Let’s establish one fact – J.K Rowling has created some of the most complex characters known to us readers. In a book we generally categorize the characters into two – hero or villain. Good or bad. Protagonist or antagonist.  Hero or not hero. Yet, while reading Harry Potter (or watchingRead More →

It’s funny to think that it’s been over 20 years since the first Harry Potter book came out. Twenty years. More than half my life, more than half Harry’s life. Today, in another universe, Albus Severus is walking towards the Hogwarts Express. He’s worried about what house he’ll be putRead More →

As fans, we tend to focus a lot on the romance in movies, books and TV shows. But sometimes, it’s the friendships that provide the most heartwarming moments and, let’s be honest, the most solid relationships. Even if your OTP isn’t doing too well, you can always count on aRead More →

Dementors first premiered in J.K Rowling’s 1999 release of the Prisoner of Azkaban. They are soulless beings who feed on the happiness of others, creating a bleak despair that is incapacitating, which is why they are used to guard the prisoners. They are jailers through and through. The marvelous thingRead More →

Admit it, your heart just jumped in joy! J.K. Rowling is working on a sequel to the highly anticipated Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them! Warner Bros. Pictures has announced plans to return to J.K. Rowling’s wizarding world for the next film in the series. J.K. Rowling will beRead More →

Tonight at the MTV Movie Awards, the WB released the second trailer for Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them. The trailer is giving us a lot of footage that we haven’t seen, as well as a look at the beasts. Fantastic Beasts opens November 18, 2016. “Fantastic Beasts andRead More →