Screenshot: Obvious Child

In an effort to both serve our readers and help support The A.V. Club, we are going to post daily links to deals and interesting items that we find over on Amazon. If you use these links to click through and buy something—not just the thing you clicked—on Amazon, we will see a portion of that income. You don’t have to do that if you don’t want to, but if you do, know that we appreciate it.

Amazon Echo Dot ($49.99)

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As viewers of Mr. Robot know, Amazon’s Alexa function can make even the loneliest house seem full. And for just $49.99, you can pick up the latest version of the Echo Dot, a fun little box that connects to Pandora, Spotify, Uber, NPR, and a bunch of other handy services, all just via your voice commands. For some extra bucks, you can even upgrade, tacking on a smart thermostat to your Echo Dot, or a Philips Hue smart lightbulb.

Obvious Child (free with a Prime membership)

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Obvious Child is a great movie, and Jenny Slate is great in it.

The Blair Witch Project, The Cabin In The Woods, You’re Next, and more ($3.99 to rent, $6.99 to own)

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With Blair Witch hitting theaters today, it seems like a great time to rewatch a bunch of horror classics, including the original Blair Witch Project. You can also check out Saw, The Devil’s Rejects, and 2013’s Texas Chainsaw. Go dig through the list and see what you can find.

Funko Pop Pedro from Napoleon Dynamite ($8.59)

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Sporting a skinny mustache and a bolo tie, this little Pedro is looking sharp.

Lego high-speed passenger train ($104.99)

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$104.99 might seem like a lot to pay for a Lego set, but come on, it’s a high-speed train. It even comes with a bunch of tracks, a conductor, and a cyclist. Plus, it’s remote-controlled.

Fossil stainless-steel touch-screen watch for Android devices and iPhone ($295.00)

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Boring old Apple watches are so staid. Sometimes, you just want to jazz up your smart watch, and that’s exactly what this dressy-looking Fossil piece does. With a battery that lasts all day and 4 GB of storage, this watch will have you connected and up to date at all times.

HooToo 3-D VR headset ($25.99)

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Some VR sets cost upwards of a thousand dollars. HooToo’s set doesn’t offer much interactivity—you’ll have to throw your phone in the headset and go from there—but for $26, it seems like a good investment.

Xbox One 500 GB white console ($254.99)

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This console comes packaged with full-game digital downloads of both Quantum Break and Alan Wake, plus a wireless controller.