The Final Harry Potter Countdown: Parodies & Wrock Videos


Need some distractions to keep you entertained before tonight’s midnight opening of Harry Potter & the Deathly Hallows: Part 2? While you’re waiting to head to the theater, or while waiting in line, keep yourself amused by checking out these great Harry Potter parodies & some of our favorite Wrock (Wizard Rock) videos:

Most recently, The Hillywood Show released this great Harry Potter “Friday” Parody:

YouTuber AndyWithAnM released this Harry Potter parody of “Halo” by Beyonce:

The funny kids at Evil Iguana Productions are known for spoofing movie trailers. Here they give their parody treatment to Deathly Hallows:

To transition from parodies to Wrock videos, we bring you Ministry of Magic’s goofy single “House Song” –

Here’s another one of my favorite Wrock songs by Ministry of Magic, “Don’t Leave” –

Here’s “The Weasleys” by The Remus Lupins:

Check out Catchlove’s Wrock parody of “Kids in America,” “We’re the Students at Hogwarts”

And finally, “Cedric Had it Coming” by The Whomping Willows:

For the comments: What are your favorite Wrock bands/songs? How about a favorite Harry Potter parody? Share it all below!

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  1. Just seeing this post now….but I love wrock!!! MoM, Whompy, and The Remus Lupins are awesome, but so are the Moaning Myrtles, the Butterbeer Experience, Harry and the Potters, Draco and the Malfoys, Oliver Boyd and the Remembralls, Gred and Forge, the Parselmouths, and lots of others. 🙂 Sorry, I’m just sort of in love with wrock.

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