It’s crazy to think, but the holiday season is already upon us, and those Christmas lists aren’t going to complete themselves. As we’ve done in years past, our team has gathered together to compile a fun, and comprehensive, gift guide for our readers to make sure you can find everything you need.
We’re doing things a bit different this time around, with THREE separate lists (one for movies, games, and all things geek) along with individual picks of the week to spotlight some of the coolest (big) items to pick up this year. We’re kicking it all off with our gift guide for movie lovers, so let’s dive right in:
Of course no movie gift gudie fris complete without the Cinelinx: The Card Game for Movie Buffs (or our several Cinelinx Expansion Packs ). It’s the perfect sixe for stocking stuffers and ideal for the movie buff on your list.
It’s been an awesome year for movies and film lovers, so it was pretty tough to narrow my wishlist down. More than just movies, these are some things I think cinephiles would love to find under their tree.
Movie Box Sets are great and every year there’s a new offering from popular shows. I was gonna put House of Cards on this list…but you can guess why I didn’t:
All I can say about this one is FINALLY! We got the last season and now we can enjoy it all. On my list this year.
DC’s animated division just passed it’s 10 year anniversary and there are some real winners in this set. New Frontier to The Killing Joke this one is a must have under my tree this year.
2017 has been a great year for movies, and as such there is likely a terrific movie for all tastes that has released or will soon release on home video. Get Out was one of the best reviewed movies of the year and is great for anyone that loves both horror and comedy movies. Meanwhile, The Beguiled was a fantastically acted slow burner, full of tension and stuffy atmosphere. M. Night Shyamalan was also able to return to the type of exciting filmmaking that made him famous with Split. Finally for fans of classic films, Criterion has gotten around to releasing a 4k version of Stanley Kubrick’s visually stunning yet under-appreciated gem, Barry Lyndon.