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Movies and snacks always go hand-in-hand especially when you're at home and more relaxed. It's a real treat after a busy work week. While you may be used to bingeing on your favorite chips and candy, why not do something new for your next movie night?

Make movie nights extra special by preparing movie-/TV show-themed meals to enjoy while you watch! Check out these cool cookbooks that we found on Amazon.

1. The Unofficial Harry Potter Cookbook: From Cauldron Cakes to Knickerbocker Glory - More Than 150 Magical Recipes for Wizards and Non-Wizards Alike (Unofficial Cookbook)
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Muggle or not, this cookbook has everything you need to create some of the most iconic food from one of cinema’s most magical worlds. This cookbook has 150 easy-to-make recipes, so you can start enjoying cooking -- and eating specialties like Treacle Tart and Mrs. Weasley’s Mooly Meat Pies

2. The Nightmare Before Dinner: Recipes to Die For: The Beetle House Cookbook
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Are you a Tim Burton fan? Then you'll love this quirky cookbook. The official cookbook of the "Beetle House," it has 60 recipes inspired by Tim Burton's films and all things dark yet lovely. Try recreating popular menu items like Edward Burger Hands, Silence of the Lamb Chops, Hallowpeno Honey Cheddar Corn Bread and so much more.

3. Entertaining with Disney: Exceptional Events From Mickey Mouse to Moana!
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Experience the magic of your beloved Disney movies at the comfort of your home! This cookbook features recipes from Disney’s most famous films -- from Mickey to Moana and everything in-between. Here's a new way to enjoy your Disney favorites.

4. The Star Wars Cookbook: BB-Ate: Awaken to the Force of Breakfast and Brunch
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No need to visit a galaxy far, far away to enjoy Star Wars-themed food! This fun cookbook features over 25 Star Wars-themed breakfast and brunch recipes. It's perfect for introducing your little Padawan and Jedi to Star Wars and getting them excited for the day!

5. Back to the Future: The Official Hill Valley Cookbook: Over Sixty-Five Classic Hill Valley Recipes From the Past, Present, and Future!
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Great Scott! It’s a Back to the Future trilogy-themed cookbook! Exploring the complicated history of the idyllic town where Marty and Doc did their time-travel adventures, this cookbook gives you a whole new Back to the Future experience -- through food.

6. The Godfather: The Corleone Family Cookbook
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This “Godfather”-themed cookbook features more than 75 authentic Italian recipes alongside visuals from the fictional yet famous Corleone family. From Clemenza’s Sunday sauce to traditional meatballs, this one is perfect for fans of the beloved film franchise and Italian food.

7. Eat What You Watch: A Cookbook for Movie Lovers
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Do you want more variety? Then here's the ultimate film-inspired cookbook! It contains 40 recipes inspired by iconic movies and cult-classics that we all love.

8. Alien Cookbook
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While there’s nothing remotely appetizing about a movie featuring an alien stalking a bunch of people on a spaceship, author Chris-Rachael Oseland still managed to make them palatable through this cookbook. Featuring 50 “Alien”-inspired recipes, it has everything from "yucky eggs" to "facehuggers" and "Xenomorph" dishes. A unique treat for sure!

9. Fifty Shades of Chicken: A Parody in a Cookbook
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Inspired by the popular movie, this parody cookbook is divided into three parts based on skill level and follows a hilarious “love story” between a dominating chef and his chicken. Whether you're a fan of the movie or not, you are sure to enjoy the recipes in this unconventional cookbook -- even the vulgar side of cooking chicken.

10. The Unofficial Recipes of The Hunger Games: 187 Recipes Inspired by The Hunger Games, Catching Fire, and Mockingjay
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A cookbook like no other, it mirrors the cultural differences between the Capitol and the impoverished districts, with all the 187 featured recipes having a post-apocalyptic feel. Let the cooking begin!

11. A Feast of Ice and Fire: The Official Game of Thrones Companion Cookbook
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With the thrilling fantasy drama now done, it’s time to rewatch it all over again. This time with food in hand. Get ready for mulled wine, almond crusted trout, beef and bacon pie and honey-spiced locust recipes, which are all featured in this Game of Thrones-cookbook, along with other meals that beloved characters like Daenerys Targaryen and Jon Snow enjoyed.

12. The Bob's Burgers Burger Book: Real Recipes for Joke Burgers
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Based on the acclaimed cartoon series, this zany cookbook features 75 different burger recipes that can be enjoyed right at home. Sink your teeth into Bleu is the Warmest Cheese Burger, Shoot-Out at the OK-ra Corral Burger, Sweaty Palms Burger and the I Know Why The Cajun Burger Sings Burger! There’s also never-before-seen art from the show, which is a treat for fans.

13. The Walking Dead: The Official Cookbook and Survival Guide
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More than a cookbook, it is also a survival guide for the apocalypse, filled with tips and tricks on foraging, hunting and outdoor cooking. The recipes are all based on actual food and inspired by characters from the hit TV show. How about eating some pudding with Carl? Or snacking on cookies that Carol baked? It’s all here!

14. Friends: The Official Cookbook
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It’s time to rewatch the beloved sitcom all over again, this time with a “Friends”-themed dinner to enjoy with it. This cookbook has over 150 recipes taken from the show.

15. Binging with Babish: 100 Recipes Recreated from Your Favorite Movies and TV Shows
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Based on a popular YouTube channel that features recipes from television series and movies, this cookbook has 100 recipes that are sure to make your mouth water. Whether you want the Timpano from “Big Night,” chocolate lava cake from “Chef,” babka from “Seinfeld” or Bubba’s shrimp from “Forrest Grump,” this book has you covered. It also includes behind-the-scenes stories and answers to food questions, making it a great read.