for the movie buff dad
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, lg.com /au
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, jbhifi.com . 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, kinokuniya.com /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, panasonic.com /au