Alohomora! To Host Live Call in Show & Movie Screening to Wrap Up ‘Philosopher’s Stone’ Discussion

What exactly IS Alohomora!, you ask? Alohomora! is a collaborative project between MuggleNet staff and fans worldwide, to rediscover the magic of Harry Potter one chapter at a time. Basically, a global re-read! MuggleNet staff & Potter fans alike gather every single day on our website and forums, as well as bi-weekly on the podcast, and discuss the series that we all love so!

Alohomora! is excited to announce that upon completion of Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone on episode eight (Quirrell, You’re Fired!) we have decided to host a live call-in show so that we can talk to every single one of you! We receive hundreds of emails from fans just dying to ask questions, be on the show, and of course – talk in one very long-winded breath about Harry Potter!

But, we aren’t stopping there! We are asking all of the Alohomora! fans out there to join us on ustream at 10:30 a.m. EDT on Sunday, August 5th for a collaborative screening of Philosopher’s Stone! Via the live web chat you will be able to discuss the movie in the context of the books with fans from all over the world! Then, once the screening is complete, you can call into the Alohomora! team at 1-206-GO-ALBUS (462-5287) or on Skype: AlohomoraMN – and discuss it with us! Be sure to check back on Sunday (or follow us on Twitter) for the link to the webcast!

In the meantime, if you’d like to follow along and catch up with the latest episodes of Alohomora! you can subscribe to us on iTunes (for free) right here! To keep up to date with all other updates from the collaborative section be sure to follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

We hope to see you there!

PLEASE NOTE: We will not be playing the movie over the webcast. If you’d like to join in, you will have to have a personal copy of the film.

Kat Miller

I am a 40-something Ravenclaw/Slytherin from Massachusetts. I've been lucky in life and can attribute a lot of that to Harry Potter. Without it, I wouldn't have at least 80% of the things I do today, including my career & closest friends. I truly despise Sirius Black.