Ever since watching "Return of the Jedi" on the big screen as a toddler, Scot Gray has been a self-proclaimed "movie nut." So when Gray and his wife, Jennifer, renovated their home, they designed the basement's hidden back room into a movie theater.

Ever since watching "Return of the Jedi" on the big screen as a toddler, Scot Gray has been a self-proclaimed "movie nut." So when Gray and his wife, Jennifer, renovated their home, they designed the basement's hidden back room into a movie theater.

Go downstairs and try to find the theater, though, and you'll be as lost as when Luke Skywalker first went to meet Yoda.That's because the hallway that leads to the theateris hidden behind a bookshelf.

"I always wanted a secret passageway as a kid," Gray said. "Who didn't?"

The theater has plenty of nods to George Lucas' masterpiece(Gray installed speakers like the ones Skywalker Sound Studio used to remaster the "Star Wars" series), but it's also a great place to have friends over to watch football games or UFC fights, he said.

Ask this movie lover about his film favorites, we did.

Who's your favorite actor? Bill Murray

What have you been watching lately in here? "The HBO series 'John Adams.' I love seeing what our country came from, what we had to go through to have what we enjoy now."

What movie would you recommend every guy see? "Any movie that shows how one man can really change things on his own. Like 'Braveheart,' 'Lord of the Rings' or 'Gladiator.'"

Any obscure or underrated movies you recommend? "'Bottle Rocket.' Most people know Wes Anderson from his later movies, like 'Royal Tenenbaums,' but this is one of his early movies ... It's cool to see the Wilson brothers when they were younger. It's totally their style."

In this occasional style series, Gentlemen's Club, local guys show off parts of their homes. Know a fellow we should feature? Send tips to jmantey@columbusalive.com.