for the movie buff dad

Australian T3 - - FATHER'S DAY -


Star trek box set with lim­ited edi­tion phaser

J.J Abrahms sur­prised every­one when he suc­cess­fully reignited the tired Star Trek fran­chise with his ‘09 re­boot and its se­quel,

Star Trek Into Dark­ness. If Dad’s a Trekkie he’ll love this dou­ble set that comes with its very own replica phaser.

$1 24, jb­hifi.COM. au


LG c urved o led TV

Bet­ter suited to the solo ex­pe­ri­ence of Dad’s man cave than the com­mu­nal tv area, LG’s stun­ning OLED screen will have his favourite movies look­ing bet­ter than ever be­fore. The curve is a fun gim­mick, but it’s the 4 colour OLED that re­ally shines here.

$5,999, /au


sonos play­bar

If Dad’s au­dio setup could do with an up­grade, but he doesn’t have a whole lot of ex­tra space, this ter­rific piece of kit will fit the bill nicely.



chew­bacca mess en­ger bag

If the Star Trek pack­age at num­ber two makes Dad re­coil in hor­ror, per­haps he’d pre­fer this bag from a galaxy far, far away.



sennheiser rs 170

The vol­ume re­quired for a truly cin­e­matic ex­pe­ri­ence can be a lit­tle an­noy­ing for any­one within earshot who’s not keen on watch­ing

Jaws for the 50th time. These head­phones fea­ture Kleer wire­less tech­nol­ogy, pro­vid­ing rich au­dio with bass boost and sim­u­lated sur­round sound.



Quentin tarantino col­lec­tion

Whether Dad loves Re­serv­iorDogs, In­glou­ri­ous

Bas­terds or the per­fec­tion of PulpFic­tion, he’ll find his favourite here.

$96, jb­ . au


20 y ears of weta

A deluxe two-vol­ume set that will give Dad a look at the spe­cial ef­fects work be­hind Lord­ofthe

Rings, Avatar and KingKong.

$136, ki­noku­ /au

08 Pana­sonic DMP -BDT 330

Dad can use this baby to up­scale his Blu-rays to 4K, while its rather lovely de­sign and ad­di­tional HDMI and USB ports are the ic­ing on the Fa­ther’s Day cake.

$2,834, pana­ /au









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