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Back To The Future

Best Play Ever Notebooks

Best Play Ever Notebooks

The guys at Best Play Ever offer up a variety of funny notebooks featuring imagery from pop culture, including hilarious memes from The Simpsons, Back to the Future’s Gray’s Sports Almanac, books from the world of Wes Anderson, and more.

Back to the Accordion

Back to the Accordion

A fun performance of Alan Silvestri’s theme, by Les covers de Persiflette. This version of the movie clearly takes place in an alternative timeline where Doc and Marty land their DeLorean on a Parisian Boulevard in the 1930s. We imagine Doc Brown wears a beret.

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Mondo x BTTF Pins

Mondo x BTTF Pins

Mondo expands its collection of enamel pins for fans of Back to the Future. In addition to their already available hoverboard, license plate, and arrow pins, they just dropped a series of three tricked-out DeLoreans designed by artist Tom Whalen.

Skateboard Hover Board Lamp

Skateboard Hover Board Lamp

Spanish skateboard craft shop Skate-Home makes lamps out of skateboard decks. One of the shop’s designs is inspired by the radical Mattel Hover Board from Back to the Future II. The deck can be displayed horizontally or vertically, and it has a 7W LED light source.

Back to the Futurama

Back to the Futurama

On Nerdist series Talkin’ Toons, actor Billy West bounced between his Professor Farnsworth and Fry voices from Futurama while reading a scene with Doc Brown and Marty McFly from Back to the Future. We so want to see this movie now. Thumbnail image by John Dayluke.

Pinball FX 3

Pinball FX 3

Zen Studios’ excellent digital pinball series gets a major upgrade, adding online multiplayer and user-generated tournaments, and kicks off with three new tables based on Universal films: Jaws, Back to the Future, and E.T. Coming to PC, PS4, and Xbox One 9/26/17.

VFXcool: Back to the Future (Pt. 1)

VFXcool: Back to the Future (Pt. 1)

The always educational Captain Disillusion takes a break from debunking viral videos and questionable crowdfunding to kick off a new series about the masters of visual effects. The first episode looks at the ahead-of-their-time visuals in the Back to the Future trilogy.

Flux Capacitor Wall Charger

Flux Capacitor Wall Charger

Go back to the future every time you juice up your gadgets with this USB wall charger from ThinkGeek. It looks just like a miniature version of the critical component from Doc Brown’s DeLorean, though this one is unlikely to facilitate actual time travel.

2016 Nike MAG Raffle

2016 Nike MAG Raffle

The latest version of Marty McFly’s shoes have Nike’s HyperAdapt tech, so they tighten when you put them on. Only 89 pairs will be made, all to be raffled online. $10 gets you a ticket, and all proceeds go to The Michael J. Fox Foundation. Ends 10/11/16.

Johnny B. Goode

Johnny B. Goode

During a recent Coldplay concert in New York, Michael J. Fox took to the stage and reprised his classic performance from Back to the Future. While Fox played electric guitar, Chris Martin took on vocal duties this time. Big love to MJF.

Nike HyperAdapt 1.0

Nike HyperAdapt 1.0

While it’s a few months later than Back to the Future predicted, Nike’s first real self-lacing shoe looks far more stylish and contemporary. A sensor in the heel triggers the adjustable laces when you step in. The HyperAdapt 1.0 will be available to Nike+ members for holiday 2016.

2017 DeLorean DMC-12

2017 DeLorean DMC-12

Thanks in large part to Back to the Future, the DeLorean DMC-12 is one of the most iconic cars of all time. Now, the gull-winged cars are going back into production – this time with a 300 to 400hp engine, and uprated tires. Otherwise, the replicas are dead ringers for the original.

Back to the Organ

Back to the Organ

Japanese musician 826aska demonstrates her impressive electronic keyboard skills with performances from Back to the Future, Star Wars, Mission Impossible III, and other famous movie themes with a rich and orchestral texture atypical of a single musical instrument.

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The Onion on Back to the Future

The Onion on Back to the Future

“No one gets ahead without someone else falling behind.” Satirical film critic Peter Rosenthal shares his take on the original Back to the Future, arguing that it’s an indictment of Reaganomics. It’s like The Onion is trying to be funny but ends up keeping it real.

Rick & Morty Watch Back to the Future

Rick & Morty Watch Back to the Future

(PG-13: Language) “Rick and Morty time all day long forever.” YouTuber seunhel spent over 80 hours combining clips from the Back to the Future trilogy with scenes and dialogue from Rick and Morty.

Self-Lacing Nike MAG

Self-Lacing Nike MAG

Another self-fulfilling prophecy has come true. Nike created self-lacing Nike Air MAGs, with the first pair given to Michael J. Fox. However, just like the 2011 release the shoes will be limited and will be auctioned off in spring 2016 to benefit Michael’s Parkinson’s Foundation.

Back to the Future Honest Trailer

Back to the Future Honest Trailer

While the rest of the Internet was geeking out over Back to the Future, Screen Junkies spared no mercy for the Oedipal time-traveling movie, its merch machine sequel and… the one with the pervy kid. What the heck was that kid doing?!

How BTTF 2 Should’ve Started

How BTTF 2 Should’ve Started

HISHE tries to come up with a more sensible beginning to Back to the Future: Part II, but it doesn’t make much sense. How’s this for a practical opening: have Doc Brown tell Marty and Jennifer to move after they get married and start their family elsewhere. Problem solved.

Doc, Marty & Toyota

Doc, Marty & Toyota

“Hydrogen? Are you telling me this sucker’s nuclear?” Christopher Lloyd and Michael J. Fox hang out with scientist Mischa Pollack to find out about a real life Mr. Fusion – the Toyota Mirai’s hydrogen fuel cell. We still prefer the looks of Marty’s Tacoma though.

BTTF Hoverboard Costume

BTTF Hoverboard Costume

With Back to the Future Day upon us, and Halloween just around the corner, we can think of no better costume than Marty McFly on a Hoverboard, which makes it look like its wearer is hovering off the ground, without magnets or electricity – just a good old optical illusion.

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The Back to the Future Tacoma

The Back to the Future Tacoma

Toyota did their part for Back to the Future Day by giving Marty the truck he always dreamed of – though the HiLux of the past has been transformed into the awesome new 2016 Tacoma, complete with KC fog lights. Check it out in person in NYC, Dallas or LA on 10/21.

Back to the Future: Actual 2015

Back to the Future: Actual 2015

(PG-13 Language) While the 2015 envisioned 30 years ago in Back to the Future Part II was a sort of commercial utopia, filled with magical Hoverboards and self-lacing Nikes, here’s what we got instead. Thanks, CollegeHumor.

Jaws 19 Trailer

Jaws 19 Trailer

Universal Pictures pays homage to Back to the Future with a joke teaser about Jaws 19, which was in Back to the Future II‘s version of 2015. Props for being genuinely funny, and for not trying to cash in on the celebration. We bet the shark still looks fake though.

Pepsi Perfect

Pepsi Perfect

We’ve got hoverboards, Nike powerlaces, and now the latest 10/21/15 prophesied product from Back to the Future II is upon us. Pepsi will be making just 6,500 bottles of Pepsi Perfect, and they’ll sell for about $20 each. Now we just need the Cubs to make the World Series.

BTTF: 30th Anniversary Box Set

BTTF: 30th Anniversary Box Set

To celebrate 30 years of Back to the Future, this epic box set includes all three movies on Blu-Ray, all 26 episodes of the animated series on DVD, tons of bonus content, a 64-page history book, and a light-up flux capacitor box.

Vinyl Idolz

Vinyl Idolz

Funko is turning A Large Evil Corporation’s viral vinyl toy concepts into actual 8″ vinyl figures. The first batch of Vinyl Idolz includes characters from Seinfeld, The Walking Dead, Ghostbusters, Back to the Future, and Napoleon Dynamite.

Back in Time (Trailer)

Back in Time (Trailer)

Jay Aron’s upcoming documentary about the history of the Back to the Future trilogy, its impact on geek culture and the team behind the making of these classic films. Support the completion of the film on Kickstarter.

BTTF LEGO Clock Tower Sequence

BTTF LEGO Clock Tower Sequence

A spot-on recreation of the classic clock tower sequence from Back to the Future, painstakingly animated using stop motion by Macro LEGO Universe. It’s so well done that we want to see the entire movie trilogy in LEGO.

Secret Cinema BTTF Screening

Secret Cinema BTTF Screening

Secret Cinema turned part of London into Hill Valley for its time-traveling Back to the Future screening. The screening itself was accompanied by live action scene reenactments. The show will be coming to Los Angeles in 2015.

Flux Capacitor Watch

Flux Capacitor Watch

Wait a minute. Doc, are you telling us ThinkGeek built a time-telling machine…out of a flux capacitor? This officially licensed Back to the Future watch displays the date on an LCD screen, while 12 dots of light show the time.

HUVr: Belief

HUVr: Belief

We’ve been waiting since 1989 for Hoverboards to become reality. In this promo for HUVrTech, Tony Hawk and other celebs get to try out the world’s first functional hoverboard. Yes, it all looks like VFX trickery, but we want to believe.

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