Blog to the Future Part II

11995669_10153481204470490_2129866229_nAnother week closer to the future! 21st October 2015 has been approaching for some time… 30 years – has it been that long?!

Since 1985 when I first read about Back To The Future in Look In magazine and saw the film in November 1985, I got hooked. The real screen-used props go for hundreds and thousands of dollars but there are a number of prop replicas and items that don’t cost the earth… OK some do…

Out now! UK Edition Monopoly – via Amazon!

BTTF Monopoly

Breaking news: Four new soundtrack collections have just been announced / released! GREAT SCOTT!

On 21st October: Mondo will be releasing the trilogy soundtracks on 3 individual double-LPs and a 6-LP plutonium boxset (Click the pic):



Intrada releases Deluxe 1CD score of first movie (the Deluxe 2CD sold out in 2009) and then also the 2CD of Part II

BTTF 1a Intrada BTTF 1b Intrada

BTTF 2a Intrada BTTF 2b Intrada

And Varese Sarabande has released a 5000-edition of BTTF III official 2CD soundtrack with 110 minutes of score in high quality. (Click the pic):



Things to collect include the 1/6th scale Marty McFly with accessories:
BTTF Marty

The as-yet-unreleased Delorean model:
BTTF 2015 car

The official Mattel hoverboard and future cap:

Lorraine’s school books (correct editions from 1930s-1950s), the “Save The Clock Tower” flyer and high quality copies of the Grays Sports Almanac, Tales from Space comic and A Match Made in Space (blank notebook).

The Japanese 12″ laserdiscs!

The Mr. Fusion device (It’s a Krups 223a coffee grinder!).
BTTF Mr Fusion

A replica poster for the Enchantment Under The Sea Dance.

You can also buy the new 30th Anniversary DVD or Blu-Ray boxset with light-up Flux Capacitor!


And the highly sought after (and much complained about) new Pepsi Perfect bottle, only available in the US! 🙁

If you’re looking for a great prop or piece of film memorabilia then keep trying –

“If you put your mind to it, you can accomplish anything!”

Next week – A visit to LA (July 2014)

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