Monster Camp

Release your inner Aragon.

This Seattle-shot doc follows a batch of men and women — well, mainly men — who take their love of all things Lord of the Rings and Dungeons and Dragons to the next level.

Participating in Live Action Role-Playing, they replace Viggo laying waste to Orcs with a Microsoft tech guy chasing a Safeway clerk through the underbrush, bellowing “Magic 15! Magic 15!”

Pulling back billowing curtains to reveal everyday people who revel in the descent into fantasy, it captures a nice mix of the mundane and absurd.

Plus, it’s more entertaining than anything the butt-numbing LOTR movies gave us.

Harry in Your Pocket

“The best food, the best clothes, the best hotels.”

James Coburn, devilish grin plastered on his face, is living the high life, one picked pocket at a time.

Too slick to be caught, too charming to seem a danger, he’s a master at work.

The big dog in a tight-knit group of grifters and con men, he takes wannabe Michael Sarrazin under his wing, though his new protégé would be smart to keep his head on a swivel at all times.

One of the best hidden gems from the ’70s, Harry will steal your attention.

At the very least.