Harry Potter: Witchcraft Repackaged

Harry Potter: Witchcraft Repackaged
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Genre: Documentary


Starring: Caryl Matrisciana

Robert S. McGee

Distributed By: Jerimiah Films
Release Date: 2001
Runtime: 66 minutes
Country: United States
Language: English

Harry Potter: Witchcraft Repackaged is a 2001 documentary. The documentary shows late author Caryl Matrisciana as well as others debate that the Harry Potter franchise inspires witchcraft in young children. The film has attained lots of controversy as many see it as irrational.


The documentary shows comparisons of Harry Potter to occultism as well as late author Caryl Matrisciana and author Robert S. McGee's debates that the Harry Potter franchise inspires witchcraft in young children.

Why It Deserves To Be Crucioed

  1. The premise is the opinion/debate that Harry Potter inspires witchcraft in young children is nosy as it is none of Caryl Matrisciana's, Robert S. McGee's, nor the filmmakers' concern over what parents expose their children to nor how parents raise their children.
  2. The film misexplains Harry Potter as it says that Harry's father James turns into a stag in Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban even though it is really Harry's patronous and not James.
  3. The arguments about Harry Potter being of the Devil are self-opinionated instead of based on facts.
  4. The film generalizes all Harry Potter fans as evil which can be offensive to many fans.
    • The film shows interviews with Harry Potter fans and then the authors in the film say that Harry Potter is bad.
  5. The film goes off topic as it makes criticism to other book series, franchises and films such as The Craft, Goosebumps, Charmed, and Buffy the Vampire Slayer.
  6. The film is hypocritical as it states that the fairy tale Sleeping Beauty and The Chronicles of Narnia stories are not demonic when they feature witches and magic identically to Harry Potter.
  7. Mispronunciation of characters and words in Harry Potter (e.g. Voldermore instead of Voldermort).
  8. Overall, the arguments presented in the documentary lack common sense as Harry Potter and the other franchises and films the film condemns are works of fiction.


Many people who viewed the film saw the opinions stated in the documentary as extreme and irrational. The film is one of the most famous films from Jerimiah Films.


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