Head to the movies with these themed slots

There is nothing better than settling down on the couch with popcorn in one hand, the TV remote in the other, and a good movie to watch. You could head to the movies to watch something on the big screen, of course… or you could relive the best bits of some of your favorite movies by playing a few slot games instead.

You would be amazed how many slots have been built around great movies. We have narrowed down the huge selection to just three. Is one of your favorites in there?

Ace Ventura Pet Detective

This was the movie that made a star of Jim Carrey. We have Playtech to thank for the slot game version of this, and they’ve given us 243 ways to win across the five reels. Watch out for various in-reel elements to trigger some nice wins as you play. You might also find some animal modifiers to perk things up or get into the free spins feature. The game is built around the entertaining plot of Ace Ventura, so you can expect some excellent entertainment with this slot.

A Nightmare on Elm Street

Were you brave enough to watch this movie? If not, will you be brave enough to play the slot? Freddy appears as the wild, as you’d expect, and you can also see a version of the wild expanding on reel three. There is a Pick Me image too, which triggers the feature of the same name whenever it appears on the first and fifth reels simultaneously. The game also includes the Never Sleep Again bonus feature and up to 30 free spins with the aid of some scatters.

Jurassic Park

Microgaming brought us the original Jurassic Park game, featuring five reels, Running Wilds, Winning Wilds, and a T-Rex Alert! The background moves throughout the game, and this will change if you reach the free spins round. Here, you’ll get one of five free spins options with dinosaurs affecting what happens on the reels. We got the velociraptor wild feature, where they jump all over the screen, dropping wilds as they go!

With so many great movies to choose from, chances are you can find lots of entertaining slot games based around some of your favorites. We did, and the ones we mentioned above are some of our top titles. Do you agree with them or do you have better ones to play?