Sony MP-CD1 (£400)
Friends not interested in your latest indie cinema discovery? It could be because you’re trying to show it on your tiny smartphone screen, thus denying them the visual subtleties of the Spanish-language llama farm love story. Or it could be because it’s a Spanish-language llama farm love story.
If the former, this portable projector from Sony should sort you out, with its 120-inch picture and pocket-friendly proportions. If the latter? You might need a new audience. One that speaks Spanish, perhaps.
Cocktails of the Movies (£7)
Hollywood and booze have been intertwined since the earliest flickers of the silver screen. From Marylin Monroe's Manhattan to 007's vodka martini, iconic drinks are littered throughout movie history.
The latest edition of this gorgeously illustrated cocktail tome serves up 64 classic cinematic recipes, promising hours of light-headed entertainment – likely to leave you both shaken and stirred, but no better at remembering your lines.
JBL Bar Studio (£104)
Need to upgrade your Netflix nights without breaking the bank? This budget soundbar from JBL won't trouble high-end rivals, but it's a solid improvement on your TV's tinny tweeters.
Connect it to your screen via HDMI, fire up your favourite film and enjoy the Studio's compact performance and surprising punch. After all, 30W is plenty for a compact flat – unless you're trying to give the landlord a nightmare before Christmas.
Movie prints (from £8)
Before the advent of online streaming, the mark of a true movie buff was an alphabetised wall of DVD cases, bookended by a selection of special edition box sets. Nowadays it’s all watch lists and curated suggestions, without a proud sleeve in sight.
Display your film addiction a different way with these bold wall prints. Covering a clutch of famous flicks – from Black Hawk Down to Point Break – each carries artwork inspired by an iconic scene, beneath details of the director, release date and lead actors. All of which you already know, of course.
Kano Harry Potter Coding Kit (£80)
Need a project to keep you occupied until the next Harry Potter spin-off appears? Fresh from the Hogwarts IT department, you’ll need more than a quick reparo spell to get this motion-sensitive stick swishing and flicking.
A coding kit for would-be wizards and fans of the spellbinding franchise, follow the steps to assemble Kano’s wand before programming it to make magic on a tablet or PC screen. From conjuring fire to growing pumpkins, you can expecto plenty of patro-fun.
American Originals Popcorn Maker (£18)
You've got your 4K screen and your sweet Dolby Atmos surround sound setup, but there's something missing from your home cinema experience: popcorn.
This gadget converts corn kernels into pillowy puffs of delight using only the power of hot air – so it's healthy, too. Until you slather your snack with butter and salt, obviously.