Harry Potter, the boy who lived

Harry Potter, the boy who lived

From the time JK Rowling breathed life to Harry Potter and his friends between the pages of a book, I was hooked. I grew to love the stories about the boy who lived and waited with anticipation for book after book to arrive.

Later the movie versions of the books were introduced and I did my best to watch them with an open mind so that I could best enjoy them.

Harry and Albus

Earlier today I was pleasantly surprised to receive an email from someone who told me that she was reading my post on Harry Potter and the Cursed Child (http://slvrdlphn.com/harry-potter-cursed-child/).  My first thought was, “wow!  Someone is reading my posts!”  which, of course made me go back to read what I wrote.  Second was, “what’s the catch?  Why did she email me?  Does she need something?”

She goes on to say that Netflix was showing all 8 Harry Potter movies (in English) starting November 1, 2018 … but only in Belgium and France.  Boo!  Why only in Belgium and France?  What about the rest of the world, eh?

So, here was the catch … she just wanted to share a link to a blogpost that gives instructions on how we could watch our favourite shows (such as Harry Potter) on Netflix  from anywhere, not just in the country you are in.

How to watch all Harry Potter movies on Netflix anywhere now

Did that perk your interest?  If the answer is YES then check out the post at VPNMentor (https://www.vpnmentor.com/blog/how-to-watch-all-harry-potter-movies-on-netflix-anywhere-now/).

That article is written by Kate Veale and it provides software recommendations and steps you need to take to be able to watch anywhere for free!  I haven’t tried it yet but it looks worth exploring.

Do you have an opinion about VPN?  Or maybe you are just in the mood to talk Potter? Feel free to share!

Also, are you as excited for Fantastic Beasts as I am? 😀

The cast of Fantastic Beasts
The cast of Fantastic Beasts
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Penny Tan

Penny has been immersed in the IT industry since the 90s. As a blogger, she started by writing reviews of books she has read, shows (TV, movies, and plays) she watched, food and restaurants she has tried, and later progressed to many topics that interested her. With her love for cooking and baking, it is not surprising that she has started sharing recipes, too. As a web development teacher, it also made sense to her to post her lectures here as well.

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