Holiday Gift Guide: What to Get the Movie Buff in Your Life
If you’re scratching your head trying to figure out the perfect gift for the movie buff in your life? Our Hollywood-themed gift guide will ensure you give them a blockbuster holiday.
It my seem obvious, but some of the best gifts for a major movie fan are, you guessed it, actual movies. So, let’s dive in.
You could go with a specific collection, such as a blu ray box set featuring all the major works of Alfred Hitchcock, including Psycho and The Birds.
There also are more general options, like the massive Warner Brothers: 50 Film Collection. The huge box set compiles 50 of the greatest films from the studio’s illustrious 90-year history.
If you’re not sure what specific film’s your movie buff enjoys — or more likely what they already have in their massive library — a streaming service subscription could be the perfect gift. It’s surely one that keeps on giving.
Whether it’s disc or digital, sociable movie buffs with that many films at their disposal will want most likely want to host a movie-themed party. Any good movie-themed bash needs a high-quality way to watch movies, and the Kodak Cube Mini Projector provides just that. The portable mini-projector is compatible with HDMI devices including smart phones, laptops, tablets, and game consoles, and has a built-in speaker, meaning it can turn anywhere into an entertainment hub.
If your movie buff is less of a party person and more of a homebody, there still are plenty of perfect cinema-themed gifts for them. You can go with The Film Buff’s Bucket List, a book that runs through the 50 best movies of the 2000s. If newer movies aren’t their thing, how about a calendar of classic movie poster art?
Whether you go with the calendar or book, your movie buff can enjoy either with a fresh cup of coffee straight from this R2-D2 coffee press. Blue milk not included.
Let’s say none of those options work for the movie buff you’re shopping for. Even if they own every movie they’d ever want, dislike parties, already have a home full of memorabilia, and don’t even like coffee, there is still an option out there — a book helping them make their own movies. With Robert Blofield’s How to Make a Movie in 10 Easy Lessons: Learn How to Write, Direct, and Edit Your Own Film Without a Hollywood Budget, they can learn how to put together their own film.
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