Can’t figure out what to gift the cinephile in your life now that DVDs have pretty much bitten the dust? Here are 12 suggestions sure to delight movie lovers who know their stuff.

1. The Star Wars Archives; $167

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Did you know that the stormtroopers from Star Wars were originally all going to wield lightsabers? Or that a lake of lava was going to surround the Emperor’s throne room in 1983's Return of the Jedi? No matter how many times you’ve binged George Lucas’s iconic space opera, there’s always more to learn about the Star Wars universe. And in Taschen's 600-page Star Wars Archives, you’ll be treated to a gorgeous trip through the original trilogy, complete with high-quality production photos, script pages, unused concept art, and storyboards, all detailing the mammoth production process behind each film.

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2. Vizio 2.1 Channel Sound Bar System; $130

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A talented cast of actors delivering lines from a well-written script may be the first things that come to mind when thinking about the most important elements of "a great movie," but all the clever dialogue and George Clooneys in the world won't help much if you can't hear the film properly. This Vizio sound bar brings the movie theater experience into your living room with a compact sound system that turns any movie (or television series, football game, etc.) into a totally immersive experience. You'll never see—or hear—Jurassic Park quite the same way again.

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3. Scratch off movie bucket list poster; $18

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Think you're a true cineaste? Prove it. See how many of the iconic films included on this poster you've already screen and scratch off the titles. Then, queue up the rest of them in order to complete your film education, and get the full aesthetic effect of this poster. The titles range from bona fide classics like Casablanca and The Graduate to newer titles like The Grand Budapest Hotel and Moonlight.

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4. Inflatable Movie Screen With Storage Bag; $230

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Turn any gathering into a movie party with this gigantic inflatable movie screen that can be blown up for either indoor or outdoor use. Stick it in the basement for your kid's next sleepover party or, when the weather allows, set it up right next to the pool, have all your guests grab a raft or inner tube, and settle in for an immersive screening experience. The included blower makes setting it up easy. The screen measures 13 feet in height and 8 feet across, so there won't be a bad seat (or flotation device) in the house.

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5. Reservoir Dogs Socks; $18

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Does the film fanatic in your life already have a Blu-ray collection full of Tarantino classics and a closet of Pulp Fiction graphic tees? Then pick up this pair of Reservoir Dogs socks, featuring the same image from the movie’s poster.

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6. Roku Ultra; $100

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Give the gift of unlimited entertainment with the Roku Ultra, compatible across a range of devices (including smartphones and tablets) plus over 300,000 movies on demand. Even the biggest movie buff is sure to find a new favorite with that many options. Plus, you can use the device to access Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime, and hundreds of other streaming networks.

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7. The Awkward Family Photos Movie Line Caption Game; $19

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You don’t need to be a film historian to win at the Awkward Family Photos Movie Line Caption Game—all you need to have is a little imagination and a taste for irony. The rules are simple: Basically, you’ll be pairing famous movie quotes with the hilariously awkward family photos included with the game, and the winner will be determined by whoever the game’s judge deems has the funniest pairing. It’s quick, simple, and always a good time.

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8. QKK Mini Projector; $90

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The full HD mini projector from OKK is all about flexibility. It’s small enough to easily be moved for both indoor and outdoor screenings, and it comes equipped with HDMI, AV, VGA, and SD card ports—meaning you’ll be able to screen movies and TV from your laptop, TV sticks, and Blu-ray players. And it makes a great pair with the inflatable movie screen up above.

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9. Cinephile: A Card Game; $20

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Now this is a game for people who really know their movies. Cinephile offers a variety of game types—including its own take on trivia and Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon. But where Cinephile really stands out is in the fully illustrated cards themselves, which pay as much attention to blockbusters like 2015's Mad Max: Fury Road as they do to indie hits like 2016's The Lobster.

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10. Cinemaps: An Atlas of 35 Great Movies; $23

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Immerse yourself in the details and locations of dozens of great movies with this book of original maps from artist Andrew DeGraff. You'll be able to visit Kong Island (From 1933's King Kong) to Hill Valley (from 1985's Back to the Future). Each illustration is accompanied by an essay from film critic A.D. Jameson.

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11. Eat What You Watch: A Cookbook for Movie Lovers; $20

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Featuring 41 recipes, Eat What You Watch teaches readers how to make themed dishes based on popular movie scenes, like fluffy dinner rolls inspired by Charlie Chaplin’s carb-heavy utensil dance in The Gold Rush; the double New York pizza slice, as seen in the opening of Saturday Night Fever; and some When Harry Met Sally-worthy pastrami. The recipes are all written by Andrew Rea, the personality behind YouTube’s Binging with Babish, so you know this is more than just gimmicky grub.

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12. Jaws Blanket; $25

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Keep snug this winter with this 50-inch by 60-inch blanket featuring the iconic poster art from 1975's Jaws.

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