If you're someone who knows their Hitchcock from their Kubrick, or your Christmas 2015 recipient is a particular fan of Tarantino or Scorsese, then we'd hazard a bet that you'll be able to find the perfect gift from this list.
We've rounded-up some tech Christmas gift ideas for under £100 but for now, let's dream that money's no object and splash the cash on some serious home cinema kit. From Blu-ray players to projectors, home cinema amps to speakers, here's a list of gift ideas...
Tested at £900
Choosing just one Blu-ray player from our Best Buy list was no easy task. But if you have no budget constraints, we had to go with this Cambridge Audio. It's part of Cambridge's new CX series which has served up some scintillating products this year and is more than just your average Blu-ray player.
It will play CDs and can even act as a DAC and network streamer. We're extremely confident it will do everything you need, and do it well.
Also consider: Oppo BDP-105D
Tested at £1900
Epson is no stranger when it comes to producing top-performing projectors, and the EH-TW7200 is a testament to that. The full HD picture is natural, with depth and richness to colours. There's little to complain about really; all we can say is give this an audition.
Tested at £800
It was always going to take something special to replace the Yamaha YSP-2500 as the soundbar you should buy, but Dali has managed it. It delivers a big, powerful sound but one that manages to have oodles of detail. It will do the same for music too, meaning it's one of only a handful of soundbars that can handle both mediums effectively.
Safe to say, if you don't have space for a full 5.1 surround sound system, the Kubik One will hold you in good stead.
Tested at £600
Oh, you have got room for a full surround package? Well, try this Tannoy set-up for size. The speakers may be small, but don't let that fool you, this is a seriously impressive package - and will also be much easier to put under the tree thanks to everything being sold in one box.
It's more than up to the task of tackling the most complex movie soundtracks, with dialogue being handled particularly well.
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Tested at £2100
Let's be honest, we all want as big a screen as possible deep down. And if you've got the room for it, it's only going to make your movies that much more enjoyable. 4K TV has gained a lot of traction in the past year and we expect the technology to make its presence felt on an even greater scale in 2015.
This 55in Samsung is one of the finest 4K TVs we've seen this year. 4K content is reproduced with stunning detail and full HD upscaling is crisp and detailed. If you want big and you want the best, look no further.
Home cinema amplifier
Tested at £500
Behind every brilliant home cinema system there should be a talented AV receiver - such as the Denon AVR-X2200W. It's been a while since we've seen a Denon amp, but this one has arrived with a bang.
It features an exciting, well-balanced sound and is future-proof for some time to come thanks to the inclusion of Dolby Atmos and DTS:X sound processing technologies.
Picking one of this year's blockbuster movies with which to test your system was a hard ask, but we settled for Mad Max: Fury Road. The reason? Well, it's up there with the very best as a test disc. It features fast-paced action and gorgeous colours in the wasteland. Junkie XL's soundtrack is powerful too and will give your system a thorough workout.
Video streaming service
Tested at £79 for 1 year Prime subscription
Amazon's Prime Instant Video service has a large selection of 4K content available to stream. Its own original shows can be streamed for free, while the extensive range of films need to be paid for.