Brookstone's Pocket Projector, which slides onto the device and projects up to a 50" image. It's also got a built in speaker and a focus adjustment. The best part though? The projector has a built in 2100mAh battery, which is rechargeable, so even if your iPhone is low on power, you can use the Pocket Projector for back-up. The iPhone Pocket Projector costs $229.99. If you're not an iPhone user, you've still got teeny-tiny portable options. The Optoma Pico Pocket Projector can project 1080i images via HDMI cable. At 5.6 ounces, it's ultra-light and portable, making it great for impromptu showings in the park. Another perk? This projector comes with a remote for easy pausing. It currently costs $256.42 on Amazon.
Depending on the size of your audience, you may also want to invest in some speakers. One cheap option is small speakers which can be plugged into a headphone jack. And don't forget the popcorn! Now that I've got my screen and projector ready to go — I just have to decide on the movie. I think a John Hughes film might be in order. Want some more ideas for setting up an outdoor movie night? Check out these top 7 tips. (Images: Brookstone, Amazon, Netflix, Yaletown Business Improvement Association on Flickr, licensed for use under Creative Commons)