The movie world is fast approaching awards season, with the Baftas and Oscars just around the corner.

For fans of film and tech there are a host of nifty devices available on the market to allow you to watch the show in total comfort. Here's our round-up of some of the best.

LG Minibeam PW800G portable wireless LED projector, WXGA (1280 x 800)

LG Minibeam projector


£420.10, Amazon

Watching a film at home is great - it's socially acceptable to wear pyjamas, eat as noisily as you care and pause for a loo break without missing any juicy details. But much as these comforting factors are a draw, and a big one, part of the experience is lost when you're at home. This is where a projector can come good. This one by LG is light and portable, making beaming films and games onto walls easy. If you're so inclined, it could also be used for business presentations.

JBL Boost TV
JBL Boost TV

 

£149.99, Amazon

Mega sound systems come with hefty price tags, and sure, they do improve the quality of the screening experience, but unless you're willing to part with the bucks - and the space behind your telly - they're not realistic propositions for many. One way around this is investing in a mini speaker. This one is £169.99, so it's still an investment, but a less wallet-wounding one than a subwoofer. To fit, connect to your television using the optical cable and plug into the device. Then select your boxset and enjoy enhanced sound quality.

Smartphone Projector 2.0

Smartphone projector

£19.99, Firebox.com

Forget the Scorseses, Chazelles and Hitchcocks and air your smartphone movies on the big screen instead. This retro-looking, cardboard gadget projects YouTube videos and your home videos onto the wall, magnifying them eight times over using the attached glass lens. To use, fit it to a phone no more than 80mm x 160mm, and remember to pause for applause as the credits roll.

One For All Evolve 4 URC7145 Universal Remote Control

One For All Evolve 4 URC7145 Universal Remote Control

£24.99, Currys

Great as it is to have multiple devices, the fact is, the more you have, the more clutter and cables you accumulate. And if you have a separate TV streaming box, DVD player and TV, well that's just asking for trouble. Although buying this remote means adding another to your collection, to its credit, it means you can do away with your other ones, or at least stash them out of sight. The remote can control up to four other devices, freeing you from hunting for the lost controllers every night and makes flicking between DVDs, TV and consoles smoother.

Retro Red Electric Popcorn Maker

Retro Red Electric Popcorn Maker

£22.99, Lakeland

Take the home cinema vibe to the next level by investing in a popcorn maker. This one by Lakeland comes in a satisfyingly retro style. Just plug it in, add corn kernels to the hopper, press start and experiment with flavours. All you need are some stripy tubs to serve.

Gillette Fusion ProShield, Star Wars Gift Set

Gillette Fusion ProShield, Star Wars Gift Set

£13.79, Amazon

A gift for the Star Wars fan in your life, the Proshield Razor includes four precision blades and a Precision Trimmer. Flexball Technology shaves to the contour of your face, while lubrication before and after the blades to help reduce irritation while shaving. The gift set also includes three refill razor blades.

Movies By Flixster - with Rotten Tomatoes

Movies By Flixster

Free, Android, Apple

Not sure whether to part with your cash to download a film? Well, here Flixster and Rotten Tomatoes can help. The app shows the ratings the unsparing film and TV critique website have awarded releases and also has a wealth of trailers to whet your appetite.