Harry Potter, as legions of fans know, is the death-defying "boy who lives" — so it's only fitting that the wizard wunderkind is still casting spells on the Web.
Jeremy Scott and Chris Atkinson have performed a feat of masterful editing in "Harry Potter — Just the Spells," which serves as the resurrection stone to J.K. Rowling's fantasy series, infusing the franchise with new life.
Scott and Atkinson, known for similar works including "The King's Speech — Just the Stuttering and Stammering" and "Glengary Glen Ross — Just the Cussing," cut all of the spells from the eight Harry Potter films down to 17:47 minutes of pure, wizarding bliss.
So though the epic series concluded last July with "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2," Harry, Ron, Hermione and their magical friends and foes — wands in hand — continue to charm Potterheads and curious YouTube dabblers alike.
If eight movies' worth of Alohomora, Expecto Patronum and Avada Kadavra didn't quite do the trick, check out the rapid-fire version in the video below.