'Game of Thrones' Iron Throne Replica: Yes, at $30,000, it's an extravagance. But what better way to let the man in your life know that his home is his castle than this lifesize replica of the Iron Throne from HBO's "Game of Thrones"? Hopefully, he won't lose his head over the whole thing.
The Beatles catalog on LP: For the Beatles fan who wants to listen to the Fab Four's songs the way they were intended to be heard. Includes the group's studio albums from 1962 to 1970, along with two collections of non-album tracks. The $319 set includes a book detailing the recording of each album. Money can't buy you love, but it can buy you a whole lot of nostalgia.
'The Hobbit: An Unexpected Gathering' Lego Set: With Peter Jackson's "The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey" hitting big screens on Dec. 14, what Tolkien fanatic wouldn't enjoy acting out the adventures of Gandalf and his fellow Middle Earth denizens? Not included: A mini-fig PETA spokesman to issue press releases about alleged animal negligence during production. ($69.99)
Bond 50 Blu-ray Collection: As the success of this year's "Skyfall" proved, the interest in super-suave secret agent James Bond is higher than ever. This 22-movie set includes all of the 007 films ranging from 1962's "Dr. No" to 2008's "Quantum of Solace." And with more than 130 hours of bonus features, this collection will leave the recipient both shaken and stirred with appreciation. ($299.99)
BioLite CampStove: Even the most hardened survivalist enjoys the luxury of modern conveniences. Perfect for the "Doomsday Preppers" fan in your family, the BioLite CampStove burns sticks, pinecones, pellets and other biomass, boils a liter of water in less than five minutes -- and charges your smart phone and other accessories with its USB power output. ($129)
'Walking Dead' Videogame: Let's face it, being a compulsive gamer is a little like joining the ranks of the undead anyway. "The Walking Dead" videogame deluxe edition collects all five episodes of the game, plus "The Walking Dead Compendium One," which compiles the first 48 issues of the "Walking Dead" comic book. Scary-good. ($69.99)
'Harry Potter Page to Screen' Box Set: Chances are, you have a "Harry Potter" fan in your life. The limited-edition "Harry Potter Page to Screen: The Complete Filmmaking Journey" collects seven previously unpublished books about the creation of the "Harry Potter" films, plus a replica of "The Monster Book of Monsters." Maybe there's a spell that can conjure the cash to pay for the thing.($1,000)
Lightsaber Umbrella: Into everyone's life, a little rain must fall. Brave it in menacing style with this nifty "Star Wars"-related accessory, which is perfect for keeping dry in a downpour and, possibly, doing battle with a Sith lord. ($40)
Bacon-Scented Shaving Cream: Sometimes, a man on the go doesn't have time to fit grooming and breakfast into his schedule. Combine the two with J&D's Bacon Shaving Cream, which combines the joy of bacon with the necessity of not looking like one of the "Duck Dynasty" dudes. Plus, it's guaranteed to make its user more attractive, because, seriously, who doesn't like bacon? ($14.99)
Audeze LCD3 Headphones: The modern marketplace abounds with pricey headphones, and at $1,945, these certainly qualify. But you get a lot for the coin: In addition to the superior sound quality, these cans are manufactured with Zebra Wood earcups and lambskin-leather ear pads. It's like wearing a zoo on your head, just like that crazy dream you had that time after eating a burrito after midnight.
'Sons of Anarchy' Temporary Back Tattoo: Do your buddies want to live like Jax Teller -- without all the constant bloodshed and skulduggery? The "Sons of Anarchy" temporary back tattoo will allow them to show their allegiance to SAMCRO without all the icky sharp needles. ($16.95)
The Edward Cullen Manllow: Half-man, half-pillow, totally creepy. But it's perfect for that Twi-hard niece of yours who wants to spend every night wrapped up in something that sort-of, kind-of looks like Robert Pattinson. Or you could just start a therapy fund for her; she's going to need it. ($15, via Etsy)
Fifty Shades of Grey Party Game: Who doesn't think of E L James' S&M-tinged erotic literary trilogy when they think of the holidays? The Fifty Shades of Grey Party Game is billed as a "romantic, liberating party game that's designed to entertain, surprise and reveal how you see your friends and how they see you." A perfect gift for Grandma! ($29.95)
Alfred Hitchcock: The Masterpiece Collection: With the new film "Hitchcock" and the recent HBO film "The Girl," the master of suspense is back in style. Treat your favorite Hitch fan to "Alfred Hitchcock: The Masterpiece Collection," which collects 15 of Hitchcock's films -- including "Psycho" and "The Birds" -- on Blu-ray, for a monster-size collection of high-definition goosebumps. ($299)
"Elizabeth Taylor: A Shining Legacy on Film": Still trying to wash Lifetime's Elizabeth Taylor biopic "Liz & Dick" out of your brain? Cindy De La Hoz's book on the screen legend includes anecdotes from Taylor's films and plenty of pictures from the big-screen beauty's life. ($30)
Fender Squier USB Stratocaster: Allows digital-age rockers to plug directly into devices and computers with its built-in mini-USB connector. And yes, it works with conventional amps too, for your neighbors' inconvenience. ($200)
Logitech Washable Keyboard: Perfect for germaphobes, or for anyone who can't resist snacking during their Halo marathons. ($40)
Johnny Cash: The Complete Columbia Album Collection: Weighing in at 63 discs, this exhaustive compendium runs the gamut of the Man in Black's Columbia years, from 1958's "The Fabulous Johnny Cash" to 1999's "Highwayman 2." There's also a 2-CD set of singles that weren't originally included on albums. Hotter than a burning ring of fire. ($330)
'Arrested Development' Pint Glasses: Because when the Bluths return for a fourth season on Netflix next year, what else are you and your pals going to toast your good fortune with? ($32)