1. Projector screen shelf
Now all you need is a houseplant that explains fast-moving storylines to your slower-thinking friends.
2. Panic button light switch
“Hey, can you hit the lights in a way that’s as dramatic as an eleventh-hour plot move? Thanks!”
3. Pop Search
This browser tool lets you search for where to watch movies online, but it can’t find Finding Nemo 2 because that only exists in your dreams.
4. Candy case
In theaters, this is nothing special. At home, this is a holy oasis of sweetness.
5. Speaker-embedded sofa
It may be hard to believe this is actually sofa, but don’t let that prevent you from getting cuddly with a subwoofer.
Or you could opt for a wireless bluetooth speaker that you won’t worry about staining with food.
7. Glowing Tesseract (and Avengers Assembled DVDs)
Completely unnecessary glowing thing (and great for that reason).
8. Wearable electric blanket
Because not only are theaters cold, they’re equally cold towards those who bring their own blankets and space heaters.
9. Chester glowing furniture
Our forefathers didn’t invent movies so we could freeze. Take warmth wherever you can get it.
10. Popcorn spice kit
Some inventions make us feel savvy. Others, fancy/European.
11. Oversized wine glasses
When a whole bottle of wine fits in one glass, you’re not worrying about when to get off the couch (or if they fairly justified the laws of time travel).
12. Sound Lock
If you don’t have headphones to keep the noise under control, there’s always this nifty download. It keeps the volume leveled, so you can hear whispers without everything else getting disturbingly shout-y.
14. 3D Glasses
The initial investment may be steep, but at least your dog can experience Hugo in its full glory.