Have a film fanatic in your life? This gift guide is full of unique gifts that any film snob will drool over. When movie lovers aren't at the cinema, they're at home, so why not trick out their home theater setup with the best of the best in movie-watching gadgetry?


Samsung HW-MS650 Soundbar - 399.99
For a truly seamless listening experience, every movie lover needs a good sound bar. The Samsung Electronics Sound+ Premium Soundbar offers that great sound all in one bar. Better yet, it happens to come with its own mounting system, a remote, and voice command compatibility with Amazon Echo.


Optoma HD39Darbee Special Edition - 892.99
Projectors are the best way for movie lovers to get the big cinema feel without having a screen take up your entire wall. The Optoma HD39Darbee Special Edition gives excellent HD quality with vibrant colors, high contrast ratio, and even offers 3D display support.


Roku Ultra - 89.99
The Roku Ultra can be a go-to gift for the constant streaming movie lover. It’s a little more expensive compared to other Roku models, but is also 80 dollars cheaper than the Apple TV and gives comparable service. The best bit is the headphone jack, so you can enjoy all of your late night streaming without disturbing your neighbors.


A Netflix Subscription - Starting at 7.99/month
Sometimes the best gift is the gift of a service. Does your movie loving friend have all the gadgets they want? Supplementing their streaming experience would be the way to go. With Netflix as an instantly accessible service that can stream on TV, laptop, tablet, or phone, it’s the gift that’s going to keep on giving.


Nostalgia KPM508 Vintage 2.5-Ounce Kettle Popcorn Maker - 60.99
This cute vintage popcorn maker from Nostalgia will bring pizazz and flare to your home theater. Its convenient countertop size means it can fit in any home theater, no matter how big or small it may be.

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Jan 8, 2015
This one incorporates two of my favorite hobbies...

Eat What You Watch: A Cookbook for Movie Lovers. It's a cookbook based on movies: