Curse of the Chupacabra

Monday, July 11, 2011

Harry Potter and the Major Obsession, Part II


It is now only 4 days until Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part II is released, and like a witch's cauldron, excitement is boiling over.

I really don't know much else to say other than, "AAAAHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!!" as I've pretty much said most of it nine months ago, when I posted my first rambling on Harry Potter and my major obsession with the series, which by the way, does not seem like it has been that long.  I'm glad to have had many things keeping me busy during that time as I'm sure the last nine months would have felt more like 90, during the anticipation of Harry's final adventure to the big screen.  And I must predict that this will definitely be his biggest and most exciting adventure of all.

I have every confidence in my prediction as I have read the book (twice) and the film adaptation promises to be a kaleidoscope of justice, revenge, loyalty and perseverance.  The action in the trailers looks incredible and I am just DYING to watch some of my favorite supporting characters finally kick was major ass (Hello, McGonagall & Mrs. Weasley!)

Now, I am well aware, and have come to terms with this being the final Harry Potter film.  I have had some experience while dealing with the trepidation of reading the last words of the book with the same name.  Of course, there is this whole Pottermore thing that'll be taking place soon, and I'm sure it'll be interesting since it's the brainchild of J.K. Rowling, but I honestly don't know enough about it to be excited, so I find no solace in Rowling's efforts to lessen the sting.  Besides, my obsession with the Potter Series has always been limited to the films and books and not the "extended universe".  But we'll see, it's difficult to be optimistic when you know one of your favorite franchises is coming towards its end.

So, as of July 15th, it'll all be over.  I realize the pointlessness of this post, but I figured I had to say something since it would be my final chance. <tear drop>

Oh, and one more thing... AAAAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!!!!!


  1. It's ALL about McGonagall kicking ass!




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