Why pay over
€700 for a pair of Nike Back To The Future II ‘Self-Lacing’ Runners?
Why not build your own with LEGO and a glue gun?
Well, this is why.
In fairness, maker
Vimal Patel admits:
This was a quick experiment into combining LEGO with other materials. To build on the shoe, I used a dremel and a hot glue gun to fix a few LEGO connection points. From there, it was straightforward to experiment with different designs and test their functionality. It works reasonably well, but I’m sure it can be done much better with a bit of effort.
A fan-made trailer by Canadian editor Tyler Hopkins for a prequel to Back To The Future in which Doc Brown acquires the plutonium needed for time travel.
Spliced together using clips from multiple movies including Iron Man, BTTF, Camp Nowhere and Zero Dark Thirty.
An appropriately tricked out DeLorean, (complete with Mr Fusion reactor) outside
Back From The Future on Aungier Street Dublin 2 an hour ago.
Let’s Get This Marty Started
(Pix: Oisín Kane)
(Thanks Stephen Maher)
Earlier: Back To The Chipper
Broadsheet Trailer Park: Back In Time
Stephen’s Green SC car park earlier.
(Thanks Peter Doyle)
A slickly edited feature on the
Secret Cinema Club’s presentation of Back To The Future at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in London last summer. Filmed and edited by PHIX.
(H/T: Kevin Whitty)
Back To The Future sample collaboration between fellow audio cherrypickers Nick ‘Pogo’ Bertke and Skye.
A minute and a half of young Michael J. Fox giving noisy voice in the
Back To The Future trilogy.
€24 to deck your tablet in a replica cover of the book that made Biff Tannen rich.
Back when 2000 was the future.