So today was Back to the Future Day — the future date that Doc and Marty visited in Back to the Future Part II. October 21, 2015.
Would you believe that, right now, there are not one but two Back to the Future documentaries on Kickstarter? It’s true! Back in Time First, we’ve got Back in Time, which explores the cultural impact of the Back to the Future franchise. It features interviews with Michael J. Fox, Christopher Lloyd, Lea Thompson, that sort …
Back to the Future Part II’s 2015 version of Hill Valley was kind of evil. I mean, it set us up for complete disappointment. Here were are, one year away from 2015, and there’s no sign of flying cars or food hydrators or weird, A.I.-driven retro 80s cafes.
“Probably impossible.. But certainly worth a try!” reads a new Indigogo campaign that hopes to raise funds for the creation of a working hoverboard from Back to the Future Part II.
Can you believe it’s almost been 30 years since Ghostbusters hit theaters? Yeah, let that sink in for a second. Anyway, to celebrate the film’s 30th anniversary next year, 3D enviornment artist Brent Waller has submitted his own Ghostbusters set design to LEGO CUUSOO, which includes the Ecto-1, Slimer, and the Ghostbusters crew. Yeah, it’s …
NASA has just awarded a $125,000 grant to Anjan Contractor to create a 3D printer that prints…food. The printer, based on open-source hardware called RepRap, will use a kind of nutrient powder and oil to construct foods, which will be available in specially-designed cartridges. And the first item on the menu? Pizza.
Time travel. It’s something that exists in a narrow region between science and fantasy. Maybe it’s theoretically possible, maybe it’s nothing more than wishful thinking. Who knows. But in the realm of fiction, anything can happen. So here’s a list of my top ten fictional time machines, in a somewhat specific order.