Sound On Sight Radio #239: ‘Back To The Future’

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Mankind has long dreamed of traveling back in time to right past wrongs, fix our mistakes, and finger our own mothers outside of a high school dance, apparently. At least, that’s if Robert Zemeckis’ Back to the Future trilogy, featuring a time traveling Michael J. Fox, is to be believed. Tonight on Sound on Sight, we take a look at all three films in our 25th-anniversary celebration of Marty McFly, Doc Brown, and lazy recycled screenwriting masquerading as a comment on the cyclical nature of history. We’ll also begin our weekly coverage of AMC’s hotly anticipated TV series The Walking Dead, based on Robert Kirkman’s comic book, because I guess the first episode’s opening flash-forward counts as time travel.

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Playlist:

The Starlighters – “Earth Angel”

Fress Parker – “The Ballad of Davy Crockett”

5 Comments
  1. […] Recently Sound On Sight Radio dedicated an entire hour to the Back To The Future franchise. It has already climbed its way to the top of our list of most popular podcast. Take a listen. […]

  2. Johnny Chimpo says

    Hey, the flux capacitor was electric and needed the 1.8gigawats, and the whole time machine needed to be moving at 88mph for it to work – i hate to be nerdy enough to feel the need to clarify this…
    By the way Mr. Ricky D, where is the video of the 2 guys and the girl discussing BTTF that u guys talked about?

  3. moviegeek2000 says

    What… ?!? She doesn’t like Indiana Jones?? Who is woman?

  4. Leonard Abel says

    What !! You guys missed all of the great humor of BTWF…..it was Tab free-leading to joke. Everything about the second and third (won’t even go int the greatness of the first) is a reference to the 1st! Whole point of 2nd is irony of a TOTALLY different Ok its into the 27th minute…I can’r listen anymore!!!!!

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