Gifts for Movie and Book Lovers

Since it is almost Christmas, I thought I’d post some gift ideas for people who love movies and books. There are plenty of movies/books out there that I am sure many people would really enjoy.

First up, we have the  40th anniversary edition of Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory. I think this is one of the best movies of all time, and this set comes with some pretty cool stuff such as a book on the making of the movie, a replica of the golden ticket, a Wonka Bar tin with scratch-and-sniff pencils, and more. There aren’t many new features on the discs, but this movie is a classic, so it is worth it.


Up next, we have the special edition of Casablanca. Known for its romance, this edition of Casablanca will not disappoint fans. The Blu-ray edition comes with a commentary by Roger Ebert, two documentaries, a passport holder and luggage tag, a 48-page photo book, ten reproduction cards, and more!


Third, we have the  70th anniversary edition of The Wizard of Oz. Some of the features are a making of hosted by Angela Lansbury, an international poster gallery, radio clips, a watch, a campaign book, tons of enhanced content, and MORE.




Here, we have Friday the 13th. This edition comes with movies 1-8, 3d glasses, a Jason mask, a booklet, Friday facts about the movies, commentaries and a lot more. Any fan of this franchise would enjoy this!




This book about Alfred Hitchcock and his life is sure to please any fan. It has pictures, neat documents, postcards, scripts, and much more.

Lastly, we have a book on the great Vincent Price. On Amazon, this book has twenty-one 5 star reviews, and there are only twenty-two reviews, so it can’t be half-bad. If you have someone who is a fan of Price’s work, get this for them!





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