A popcorn machine ornament to hang on their tree and reminisce on better days like getting off of work, changing into comfy clothes, and meeting your friends at the movies to watch the latest release.
A minimalist movie poster for a reimagined movie poster of their fave film that’ll serve as both a cool gift and a bomb print to add to their wall decor. They’ll think of you every time they gaze at it.
A Redbox movie night care package that’ll not only give you enough snacks to carry you from opening scene to rolling credits, but it also comes with a code you can use to rent a DVD from Redbox. Score!
A Keanu Reeves pillow to keep them company in quarantine while they’re waiting for the next John Wick film.
A portable projector for an interactive experience that can turn any room into a theater. It’s also kid-friendly and comes with access to educational content from Disney, as well as games and more.
A pack of movie-inspired socks to keep the toes cozy as the air gets chilly. Plus, they’re just super cute and for added fun, they can watch the movie of the correlating socks they wear that day.
A coffee table book filled with a collection of art from Austin, Texas-based gallery Mondo, which is known for its modern interpretations of movie posters. This book has been referred to as a true gem for film aficionados and art lovers alike.
A funny mug because they are completely incapable of having a conversation without including a quote from a movie and then asking, “Do you know what that’s from?” And, when you admit that you don’t, they gasp, and follow up with, “You have to watch that movie!” Amirite?
An Eat What You Watch Cookbook that’ll be the perfect gift for your movie-lover who also loves to cook as it mixes two of their favorite things — films and food. This book recreates recipes of dishes from some of our fave cult classics. A blueberry pie from Stand By Me, an “I’m Sorry” carrot cake from Bridesmaids — they can eat the food and watch the film. #DoubleWin
An inflatable 20-foot screen to turn their backyard into a drive-in or movie in the park situation. This is sure to be a welcomed gift after being cooped up in the house. The little journey from the living room to the backyard can make them feel like they’re technically ~going~ to the movies.
A nostalgic party game inspired by Blockbuster, the video rental store that you’d go to on a Friday night to get two or three movies to watch over the weekend. *sigh* Those were the days.
A scratch-off poster because they brag about all the movies they’ve seen and loved but have they really see all the movies? This bucket list of 100 films will be a fun ride for them, especially if they find a few movies they’ve missed. After all the movies are scratched off, the artwork makes a nice addition to the walls.
Or, a fill-in movie poster for keeping the movie-obsessed busy for at least a couple months with 1,500 movies to see in a variety of different categories. *rubs hands together* #ChallengeAccepted 😏
Or, a popcorn machine to go full theater mode. They’ll be able to make a bigger batch for themselves and hopefully share a little with you, too, for the ultimate movie night experience.
A popcorn set complete with a variety of kernels and seasonings to make their bowl of popcorn exactly how they like it.
A quiz book that’ll put even the most devoted film fanatics to the test. This book is filled with some of the hardest trivia questions I’ve encountered. Your movie lover will be over the moon at the challenge and excited about all the new facts they learn.
A custom movie poster because true cinephiles have loved movies since before they were able to stream. Bring back their early memories of watching movies with this poster that you can fill with some of their favorite films, with room to mix in a few of yours, too.
A horror movie lip balm that I think horror fans will find super cute and practical. Winter is here, and now they can keep their lips silky smooth with their favorite…nightmare? 😳
A enamel pin box set to stick on their denim jacket or everyday bag and act like a bat signal for other film-lovers. Nothing says, “Hey, come talk to me about movies,” like a boom mic.
A ticket stub diary to keep track of all the great films they’ve already seen and the ones to come.
A movie trivia game because let’s face it, they can never have enough games to pull out at the next shindig to show off their movie knowledge.
A pack of movie dice for when it’s hard to decide which movie genre you want to journey into for the evening. These dice are also a good way to branch out of their traditional movie comfort zone. Or, can settle the group when deciding what movie to watch for movie night.
A film class so they can learn filmmaking from Martin Scorsese and Spike Lee, screenwriting from Aaron Sorkin, acting from Samuel L. Jackson and Helen Mirren, and more.
A movie genre candle to really set the ambience for their next movie night. Each candle has its own special scent representative of the genre. How I long for the smell of thrillers in the air.