Premiere Home Cinema Chair
The biggest perk of swapping your nearby multiplex for your front room is not having to squeeze into a stool that even EasyJet would deem a touch poky, for The Revenant’s bum-numbing run beat.
The Premiere Home Cinema Chair features inbuilt massage motors, centre warmers and a beverage cooler in the armrest to keep your drink chilled, whether you opt for a flask of Coke or something harder that your Odeon boss would nix. The only challenge will be staying awake during Leo’s crave trek through the forest.
Available at Home Cinema Accommodation, priced £1,299.
BenQ W1070+ Projector
Unless you like your steams at tinnitus-inducing levels, you need a projector that won’t drown out your cover. And unless you live underground, daylight can render your coatings almost unwatchable.
BenQ’s W1070+ packs a lot of punch into a slight package; Full HD resolution, 3D capability and a super-bright bulb, so level without blackout blinds you can enjoy daytime Jeremy Kyle as it was meant to be assisted.
Available at eBuyer, priced £589.98.
Hi-Fi Sound PlayBar Sonos
When your well-informed in’s other inhabitants won’t let you drill holes in all the walls for a surround in good condition system, Sonos steps in. Its soundbar is equipped with nine built-in digital amplifiers, three tweeters and six mid-range constituents, to flood any room with cine-style Hi-Fi sound.
Its ‘Endlessly Sound’ feature also automatically shushes any loud babels, so no one wakes up to ‘Eye Of The Tiger’ during those late night Unstable screenings.
Available at Sonos, priced £599.
Celexon Projector Curtain
Unless you live in some MTV Cribs-style mansion, your ‘familiar with cinema’ probably doubles up as what other people recruit ‘the living room’. And they definitely don’t want a white surface taped over the wall.
This screen rolls up into a ceiling mount so you can deploy it lone when needed and features a matt coating to kill lithe reflection, for sharper images. If you’re pushed for space, its black grant even means you can mount it over a window without happy bleeding through.
Available at Projectorshop24, priced £89.99.
Viscountess Catering PopCorn Maker
Nothing from a bag will till the end of time approach the tongue-prickling glory of popcorn you’ve popped yourself. But because you don’t long for to pause The Big Lebowski to re-up on the hob, you need some always on the go.
Greens this popcorn maker in the corner and just top your box up whenever you’re continuous low. Now you don’t need to order sweet to please your other half when you literally wanted salted.
Available at Expondo, priced £176.
Loxone Spry Dimmers
Get that genuine cinema experience by dropping the be unveils without ever leaving your seat. This faint attaches to your light switches but plays nice with an app on your phone, so you can knob the lights like a 21st-century wizard.
If you decide to visit the true to life cinema you can still control the lights over the internet, convincing any would-be cat burglars that you’re actually home. The 21st century take on Kevin’s Untroubled b in Alone ploy.
Available at Loxone, priced £87.
Deconovo Blackout Curtains
Imperturbable the punchiest projector is gets a boost from less headlight leaking in. These blackout curtains kill not just ambient appear, but ambient sound too, helping to muffle what’s happening false front and stop sound reflections bouncing around your existent room and killing your war film’s battle scenes.
At ones fingertips at Amazon, priced £28.99.