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11 Ways To Level Up Your Movie Night

Because nothing beats staying in. All through June, watch a movie courtesy of Rogers on Demand. See the full schedule here!

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1. Send everyone themed invites so they know that this is so much more than an ordinary movie night:

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It's not a movie; it's an EVENT.

2. Enforce a "PJs mandatory" dress code:

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Every movie is better when you watch it in PJs. FACT.

3. Set up healthier snacks than you'd find in any theater...

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You do you.

4. ...OR way more indulgent ones:

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Mac 'n' cheese + milkshakes + doughnuts = BEST. NIGHT. EVER.

5. Watch it from the comfort of a deluxe pillow fort:

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Adults like forts too, guys.

6. Or set up a projector outdoors and invite all your friends:

Throw down blankets, cuddle up with pillows, string some lights, and take out your snacks. Perf.
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Throw down blankets, cuddle up with pillows, string some lights, and take out your snacks. Perf.

7. Roll out sleeping bags too, and make it a sleepover:

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Movie camping is especially well-suited for a long marathon. #snacktilyoudrop

8. Unleash your competitive side by making movie-themed bingo boards:

Whoever wins gets to choose the next movie. Or eat the last popcorn. THE STAKES ARE HIGHER THAN HIGH.
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Whoever wins gets to choose the next movie. Or eat the last popcorn. THE STAKES ARE HIGHER THAN HIGH.

9. Cozy up with a warm blanket straight out of the dryer:

Aaaaaahhhh.
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Aaaaaahhhh.

10. Get extra fancy, and pamper yourself with face masks and nail polish:

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Multitasking game STRONG.

11. And invite your best friend to watch along too:

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Every movie is better with a dog on your lap TBH.

Check out the “Movies on the House” collection on Rogers on Demand (channel 100). See the details and full movie schedule here.