Star Trek Home Theater
This Star Trek themed home theater is every Trek geeks dream. With seating for nine space travelers and a style that won’t lower the value of your home, this home theater will make watching any movie an adventure. Anyone up for a Star Trek movie marathon?. link | via
High-Tech ‘Dark Knight’ Home Theater
Dark Knight fans with $2 million hanging around can make their friends jealous by installing a high-tech, Batman-inspired screening room into their home, which features a Batmobile hidden behind bookshelves, life-size Batsuits and more.
The Dark Knight Home theater — a concept by Elite Home Theater Seating — is currently being built into a 12,000 sq. ft. home in Greenwich, Conn. It’s scheduled to be ready by November 2012.
In addition to a 180-inch movie screen, the room includes a series of accessories inspired by the film such as gargoyles and a cylinder-shaped elevator, which touts the bat symbol. To take the concept to the next level, Batman’s Tumbler vehicle is hidden behind bookshelves and a mock exit is created to look like a secret tunnel spanning about 30 feet. And the theater seats are designed to resemble what’s inside the Batmobile. link
The $2.5 Million Pirates of the Caribbean Home Theater
When watching a film in this staggering home movie theatre, it will be hard to work out what’s fiction and what’s reality.
A Florida film buff is splashing out $2.5 million on creating this Pirates of the Caribbean-themed room in his Palm Beach home.
Swashbuckling features include a Pirate tavern, complete with ships wheel, an olde worlde paved entrance and ticket booth and a luxury theatre situated on the deck of a replica pirate ship.
The design of the entrance and social area of the theatre has been modelled on a 17th -century drinking hole for ‘the Most Wanted of the High Seas’.
It includes twinkling gas lanterns, heavy, embossed double doors, and rough-hewn stone floor and walls. link
The Sci-Fi inspired theater
The Sci-Fi inspired theater-Inside Dr. David Winn’s home theater you’ll find a hydraulic alien in the wall, a talking Robbie the robot and both the predator AND the creature from the black lagoon behind bars. Can you say awesome? It all cost about $100,000.link
Retro-submarine themed steampunk Home Theater
An engineer from New Zealand created this “retro-submarine themed steampunk house” for the modest price of a $100,000. It resembles the interior of a submarine, and it features a working periscope, touches of plutonium-leaking torpedoes, touched up wood for rusting-steel-beam appearance, melted plastic sheets for a torn-apart-steel looks, and completed with sound effects of ocean sounds and sonar that are played by hidden speakers. link
Indiana Jones Home Theater
This Indian Jones themed home theater doesn’t have a list of super-impressive AV gear. But it does have a model of the monkey, gold idol, and 1/2 scale ark from Raiders, and replicas from Last Crusade like the Grail, and a set of Indy-ish jacket, hat, whip, and torches.link
Batcave Home Theater
Beautiful home theater created by Elite HTS for a Batman fanatic. link
The Nautilus home theater
The Nautilus home theater was created to resemble the interior of the submarine of the same name from Jules Verne’s classic novel Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea. To avoid simply copying from the 1954 Disney adaptation, Dallas based architect Michael Malone deliberately refrained from studying the film, choosing instead to base his design on Verne’s original vision of Victorian opulence, as vividly described in his 1870 novel. Working in concert with custom integration specialist Audio by Design, the Nautilus theater is fully automated using a custom AMX control system.link
Star Wars Home Theater
Having your very own home theater room with a curved anamorphic 107-inch projection screen is one thing, but a Star Wars themed home theater room with all that gear and life-size R2-D2 and C-3PO robots that can actually talk is just out of this world.
Electronic Homes recently found a 10,000 square-foot mansion in Honolulu equipped with exactly that. A 20’ x 14’ home theater done up with so many gadgets and lights it would be hard not think you’re really hanging out in the Millennium Falcon. Fiberoptic lighting lines the ceiling so movie watchers have a 3D starfield to gaze at while the credits roll and, upon entering this in home spaceship you’ll pass through motorized doors perfectly suited to the theme. link
The Stargate Home Theater
Sci-fi addict enjoys intergalactic experience with this home theater from Visual Concepts. It features the iconic round “Stargate” as the frame for the screen that is 10 feet in diameter.
The ceiling has beams that lead to this fiber-optic StarDome from Numinus. The StarDome, six feet in diameter, is a ready-to-install ceiling dome with a sky mural and twinkling stars.link