Before you proceed any further, it's probably best to go ahead and check every shred of sensitivity you might have about the World of Witchcraft and Wizardry right at the (proverbial) door. Because even the most humored "Harry Potter" fans are bound to get at least one wince out of this R-rated animated version of "The Sorcerer's Stone."
See, this is what happens when you take Hogwarts to "South Park," and it is most certainly not politically correct. Unless you've got Dorothy Umbridge-flavored ice running through your veins, that is.
For example, in this take, the Sorting Hat has a sordid history indeed - yuck - and what Harry sees in the Mirror of Erised is not his quaint little lost family bur rather his realtalk most desperate desire: to destroy his mean Uncle Vernon with one of Professor Snape's no-no potions.
And Quidditch? Oh man. It's just brutal.
Don't say we didn't warn you.
The thing is, beyond the jaw-drop-worthy removal of all layers of innocence from the story, there's a good point being made here about the first installment to the series.
Harry did, in fact, maim Professor Quirrell's face with his bare hands.
Which means it was arguably savage enough of a story even without these add-ons (even if Harry's move was an act of self-defense). Huh.