If you remember this list, then you’d only be half-right. You will not see Shinobu or Giyu or Mitsuri or Kyojuro on this list because they were already featured on the last list, the one about the Hashira. Instead, we will be turning our attention towards the main characters like Tanjiro, Nezuko, Inosuke, and Zenitsu, and a couple of others. If they were Hogwarts students, the Demon Slayer Corps, and the demons too, would find themselves placed in a specific house by the Sorting Hat, a magical hat capable of seeing the potential of students. The Sorting Hat has four…


Who are the Hashira?

If you know and love Demon Slayer, then you should know what I’m talking about. If not, well…I’ll tell you anyway. The Hashira are the nine most feared and most powerful combatants in The Demon Slayer Corps. As such, they are the Corps’s top-ranking, most elite warriors who serve a pivotal role in the war against Muzan Kibutsuji. For the hell of it, as a fan of both Demon Slayer and Harry Potter, let’s sort these guys into Hogwarts Houses, not just the current Hashira but also former Hashira. …


Another is a Halloween tradition for me. This anime combines both a terrifying story and violence that is not for those with a weak stomach. It has its fair share of notable and shocking moments, gore, and clever twists that you’ll never see coming. It’s scary as hell and it has some great deaths. So with being said, let’s take a look at the top 10 best deaths from this amazing and terrifying anime and dissect them one by one. I will also do my best to get the videos of these deaths the best I can. …


If you remember this list, then you would only be half-right. No matter what kind of movies you’re into, we can all agree intelligent movies can be a nice change of pace. Regardless of genre, these types of movies give us moviegoers more than simple entertainment — they make us think, opening our eyes to things we may not have previously considered. Simply put, smart and clever movies can evoke emotion within viewers and actually have something to take away once the credits roll. In most other cases, we’re simply captivated for a couple of hours before turning the TV…


When it comes to music, literature, the arts, science, or even basic common sense — most Hogwarts Houses possess almost little to no knowledge. The only House that brings a little character to Hogwarts is Ravenclaw. I consider Ravenclaw the best of all the four Hogwarts houses. We value traits such as intelligence, creativity, curiosity, wisdom, acceptance, eccentricity, wit, intellect, knowledge, individuality, and resourcefulness. Some really great movies celebrate these traits. We may not be as mainstream as Gryffindor or Slytherin, but our intelligence. individuality, imagination, creativity, & wit makes us a unique bunch and a force to be reckoned…


1. George Washington

Hogwarts House: Gryffindor

Ilvermorny House: Wampus

The first President is one of the easiest ones. Lead the Colonial Army to victory over the British? You’re a Gryffindor. He did some stupid things because of his bravery. He didn’t want to be president but agreed to it anyway because he was the best leader at the time. And he was a warrior. So, he gets a spot on the Round Table of Wampus.

2. John Adams


Harry Potter has infected the worldwide language of pop culture in a way that few franchises achieve. Everyone knows what kind of pet they would bring, what kind of wand they would have, and what their favorite Hogwarts subject would be without any of it being real. It is unlike any other film series in this way. Perhaps the biggest indicator of Harry Potter fandom, though, is knowing which Hogwarts House you fall into. Once more, these houses can be applied to other fictional characters too, similar to a pseudo personality test. …


Alternate history makes excellent fiction and creates a world in which certain events can change the course of history and can make for a very interesting story, which explains why the genre has had massive success over the years and continues to do so. One of the most famous alternate history novels of all time is “The Man In The High Castle” by Phillip K. Dick, the same mastermind behind such works as “A Scanner Darkly”, “Do Androids Dream Of Electric Sheep” (aka Blade Runner), “Minority Report” and “Total Recall”. Today, The Man In The High Castle is a famous…


Let’s talk about Assassin’s Creed. It is still to this day one of the best video games I have ever played and I love it. Any ride-or-die fan of Assassin’s Creed knows that the first thing you do when you meet someone new is to analyze which Hogwarts house they belong in. It’s just a thing I love to do. I can’t help it. I’m sorry. And if you are really bored, you can also start sorting other fictional characters into — it’s as if they are part of the HP universe because, hey, we can dream.

James Pascatore

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