From Back to the Future to Looper, some tips on how to survive time jaunts both big and small.
We want to go to there, all of there.
Watch an Ad for ‘Real,’ Back to the Future–Style Hover Boards (Spoiler Alert: They’re Not Real, But Cool Ad)
Cool, now how can we actually make this happen?
Marty vs. Doc? Never!
Cue the honky-tonk piano!
"Have you ever tried to get a camera inside a vagina?"
Cue Huey Lewis!
Though it will not hover.
If Luda's Back to the Future–style cover art wasn't satisfying enough for you, consider that his new single samples lines from The Fifth Element.
Michael J. Fox doesn't want your pity. He wants your rock-star lust.
And it's totally innocent.
Featuring a pretty spot-on Michael J. Fox impression.
"Steven Spielberg told us 'We've written this film, the character is Marty McFly, and his favorite band is Huey Lewis and the News. How about writing a song for the movie?' I was flattered but didn't much fancy writing a song called 'Back to the Future.'"
Suggested cheesy tagline: Two forces in time travel. One mission.
"Lorraine, my density has bought me to you."
Watch a bonus clip from next Tuesday's BTTF Blu-ray release!
We may not have hoverboards or rehydrated pizza in the year 2010, but at least technology allows for the dissemination of eerily spot-on Christopher Lloyd impersonations.
The Nike self-tying future sneakers are here, folks.
It's 'Back to the Future' madness on the Internet this week.
Are you excited for the upcoming Blu-ray release of the 'Back to the Future'? Eric Stoltz probably isn't!
That manure is going to sparkle.
You can't ride it or travel time with it, but there it is, truly hovering.