Movie Night Box August 2015 Review
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Movie Night Box sends everything you need to have movie night at your house. Boxes are $39.95/month and boxes include two critically acclaimed movie classics between 1940-1990’s, sweet & salty gourmet treats, and movie trivia.
What’s in the box? Boxes include two critically acclaimed movie classics between 1940-1990’s, sweet & salty gourmet treats, and movie trivia.
Movie Night Box shipped in a cute box that was covered in a film strip.
There was a movie ticket sticker that sealed up the box.
First Look: Everything was wrapped in grey tissue paper and held together with film real.
This box was themed “The Works of David Fincher”. David Fincher is a famous director of such movies “The Social Network”. “The Curious Case of Benjamin Button”, “Seven” and “Fight Club”. There was a two-sided information card filled with information about David Fincher.
Sweet Bricks Cookies n Cream Toffee $7.99 Movie Night Box included a 1/4 lb of their Cookies n Cream Toffee. Butter toffee is poured over Oreos, then covered with white chocolate. This stuff is amazing and didn’t make it to movie night.
This is a look at the treats, simply amazing.
CC Made Caramel Popcorn $5.00 This is 3 oz of fresh caramel popcorn. This one did made it to movie night, but is long gone down.
Chuao Pretzel Toffee Twirl $6.00 This was by far my favorite treat. This dark chocolate bar is made with toffee and pretzels. This is incredibly good, I can’t express how fantastic this tasted.
Caramels $2.50 I am not sure who made them, but my husband loved these soft caramel pieces.
The caramels and chocolate were packed in insulated bags with a freezer pack, to keep them from melting.
The first movie selection was Fight Club. There was a two-sided card with information about the movie and interesting details about specific details at different times in the movie, think VH1 Pop Up videos.
Fight Club $5.00 Edward Norton and Brad Pitt were featured in this movie about a fight club with very few rules.
Fight Club Soap: $5.00 To go with the movie, a replica of Fight Club soap was included. It was hard to get a retail value of this, as it is selling for as much as $20.00 online, so I gave an estimate. This soap has a fresh scent and I hope, a “fat free” version.
The second movie was Seven, another movie starring Brad Pitt and the seven deadly sins.
Seven (Single Disc Edition) $3.74 I remember seeing this in the movie theater and loving it. I don’t already own this movie, so I was happy to see this in the box.
Final Thought: This box had a total retail value of around $35.23, which is a bit less than the $39.95 price. While I wish the value was a bit higher (maybe another item or two), my husband and I really enjoyed this box. The snacks were fantastic and I liked learning about different things in the movie I didn’t know. If you want to try Movie Night Box, use this link.
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