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Classic Christmas Stories As Reviewed by Fictional Villains

By ShahzodaDecember 24, 2018
It’s not difficult to guess that all the reviews you’ve heard for A Christmas Carol or The Polar Express were glowing, raving,... More  →
Classic Christmas Stories As Reviewed by Fictional Villains

6 Iconic Literary Villains (Who Were Actually Pretty Bad at Being Villains)

By ElodieDecember 20, 2018
As a society, we like our villains to be cunning, powerful, and evil, or at least just like really, really mean. But... More  →
6 Iconic Literary Villains (Who Were Actually Pretty Bad at Being Villains)

Happy Holidays from Lord Voldemort!

By Jessie GaynorDecember 17, 2018
December 2, 1994 Dear friends*, *LOL JK What a year it's been for us in the Quirrell headhold! Quirinus has welcomed me to the back... More  →
Happy Holidays from Lord Voldemort!

All the Best Fictional Villains Summed Up in a Single Sentence

By ElodieNovember 13, 2018
People have spent entire books, movies, and prematurely cancelled TV shows exploring and explaining the inner machinations of literature's most notorious villains. But because... More  →
All the Best Fictional Villains Summed Up in a Single Sentence

Rejected Anagrams That Came Before "I Am Lord Voldemort"

By ElodieAugust 3, 2018
“I am Lord Voldemort” is an anagram of “Tom Marvolo Riddle,” but there’s no way Voldemort came up with this right off... More  →
Rejected Anagrams That Came Before "I Am Lord Voldemort"

The Horcrux Test

By Janet ManleyMarch 22, 2018
"A Horcrux is the word used for an object in which a person has concealed part of their soul." —Horace Slughorn Eeeee! Nobody is... More  →
The Horcrux Test