Another 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!
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
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:
The as-yet-unreleased Delorean model:
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!).
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)