Self-Proclaimed Potterhead, Game of Thrones Fan & All Round Charming Irish Chap
It’s that time of year again, the evenings are getting darker, the cold weather is rolling in and you can hear the rain pounding against the window. What is a Muggle to do at this time of year? The best answer is always to get cosy and binge on Harry Potter movies!
There is absolutely nothing better than hearing the iconic Harry Potter music come on as the logo appears on screen and you get transported once more into the magical world of witches and wizards! The timing is perfect, as students head back to Hogwarts on the 1st of September the weather starts to change and by October the mornings are cold and nights are dark, you can easily imagine yourself dashing about a gloomy Hogwarts, trying to make it from a class in Snape’s dungeon all the way to the North Tower for Divination in Professor Trelawney’s stiflingly hot classroom!
You don't even care that "every day, every hour, this very minute, perhaps, dark forces attempt to penetrate this castle's walls", you're just happy to be experiencing the enchanting wonder of the magical world of Harry Potter and the Hogwarts lifestyle! The fantastic thing about the Harry Potter movies is that there are so many, and you can easily re-watch them again and again!
With such an amazing array of characters and story lines there is always something new to learn about the Wizarding World, these fantastic films will carry you right through winter and into the new year - ready to start the process again!
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Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows was my favourite book, and Part 1 of the Deathly Hallows films was probably my top film from the series too, I love how dark it gets and how it shows a culmination of the characters' personalities.
Check out the official trailer for the Deathly Hallows below, am I wrong, is one of the other HP books or movies better?