Lord Voldemort

A week before the midterm elections, this is likely the best endorsement we've seen yet.
It's not official, but Warner Bros. did give this impressive film their blessing.
Vader, Dr. Lecter, Jigsaw — the whole gang's here!
And it's expected to reveal Tom Riddle's unsettling backstory.
All the theories you need to say, "Mischief managed."
If you had any doubt that Donald Trump is a Death Eater, consider all that the Groper in Chief and his circle of Dementors have done in the space of just three short weeks.
The slogan, "make America great again," taken in context with the rest of his vitriol, embodies a sinister, xenophobic vision that, given its popularity, is well worth talking about.
A silent moment for Lord Earldom Vomit, the nemesis that could've been.
Let's cut to the chase here: Harry Potter and the Escape from Gringotts (i.e. the feature attraction for Diagon Alley, that new Harry Potter-themed land that will be opening at Universal Studios Florida later this summer) isn't just a thrill ride. It's really Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 2.1.
This 4th of July there will be no grilling on my back porch. And here's why: This past Sunday morning I found myself in a chapter of a Stephen King novel.
Lord Voldemort succeeded in killing Albus Dumbledore. Tiger Woods chipped in on 16 at the Memorial. And two worlds shook.