In this episode Julian Spillane joined me in talking about one of the best trilogies ever made The Back to the Future Trilogy.

We talk about so much stuff! Time paradoxes, Doc Brown’s age, the movie’s game like make up, abuses of power, the greatness of Huey Lewis and the News, misogyny, 80’s cartoons, killing Hitler, Rocky, and so much more.

Also, just a side note, I kept a like 1 minute segment in there that I would have usually cut out but I thought it a fun little bit of convo to keep. It just flowed so well. But you do get to hear me pour drinks and dig through my fridge soooooooooooooo you’ll like it.

Back to the Future

Release: 1985
Director: Robert Zemeckis
Stars: Michael J Fox, Christopher Lloyd, Lea Thompson, Crispin Glover,

Back to the Future Part 2

Release: 1989
Director: Robert Zemeckis
Stars: Michael J Fox, Christopher Lloyd, Lea Thompson, Elisabeth Shue

Back to the Future Part 3

Release: 1990
Director: Robert Zemeckis
Stars: Michael J Fox, Christopher Lloyd, Lea Thompson, Elisabeth Shue, Mary Steenburgen

Bricked Shoes

Here is that article about the shoes “bricking” when using an app.

Ronald Reagan Film

Writing your name on your underwear

So, I didn’t get much info on this based on my half assed googling. But I did come across this really short Reddit post for 7 years ago which coincides with our hypotheses.

Futurama episode 

So the episode I am making reference to is in Season 2 episode 14. This is where he creates his clone, Cubert.

Cost of a Delorean

So the Delorean was manufactured in the US between 1981 and 1983 costing $25,000USD at the time.  So using an inflation calculator that translates to $69,520.35 now. That is an expensive car.

Cartoon greatness

C.O.P.S.

M.A.S.K. cartoon

Thundercats Theme

Transformers Theme

From the TV Show

From the movie. An EPIC upgrade!

3D movie start / Matinee Movie

According to Wikipedia, the first 3D film was in 1922 with The Power of Love. Which surprisingly can be thought of referenced in Back to the Future as it is the name of the Huey Lewis song. But the “golden age” of 3D film was 1952-1954 which, though it would have been on the out at the time, it fits into the time period, 1955, and why that there would be someone who is still into it.

This is the movie I was making reference to. I recommend it.

Transmetropolitan

Paul Hanson – Musician who taught Micheal J Fox how to play the guitar for the stage sequence.

Mark Campbell – Guy who was Micheal J Fox’s voice when singing Johnny B. Goode

 

 

 

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