by Susana Polo | 1:17 pm, March 13th, 2013
Back to the Future Part II
by Rebecca Pahle | 5:30 pm, March 10th, 2013
by Jill Pantozzi | 9:30 am, January 18th, 2013
If memory serves, we don’t know exactly when hover technology started being utilized by the masses. Though it’s somewhere between 1985 and 2015 if Back to the Future 2 is any indication. While we may have the technology, we’re nowhere near using it to make our cars fly but that didn’t stop one gentleman from trying. Matthew Riese raised over $5,500 in a Kickstarter campaign to fulfill his dream and complete the alterations on the DeLorean. But at least for this experiment, he did not need roads.
Almanac, About a Time Traveler Who Takes Advantage of a Sports Almanac From the Future, Reminds Us of Something…
by Rebecca Pahle | 4:00 pm, December 2nd, 2012
I have’t exactly been waiting around with bated breath to find out the plot of the upcoming Michael Bay-produced Almanac. As you can imagine, the sort of film Bay gets involved in doesn’t really fall under our umbrella of interest here at The Mary Sue, unless of course there’s something crazy going on like the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles being turned into aliens or Bay attempting to defend the dignity of Transformers.
But while I may not be into the filmography of Michael Bay, I am into the Back to the Future trilogy. So when it turns out that the plot of Almanac, found footage flick produced by Bay’s Platinum Dunes production company, involves a teenage boy finding a time machine and a sports almanac and using the pair of them to make a bunch of money? You’re darn right that captures my attention.READ MORE
by Rebecca Pahle | 2:30 pm, November 25th, 2012
All bow before the altar of Mondo. They always deliver when it comes to inventive, artistically stunning movie posters, and this Black Friday it was no different. Sadly all of their new poster designs—of Back to the Future Part II, Psycho, RoboCop, and (my personal favorite) The Bride of Frankenstein—sold out shortly after being debuted on Mondo’s Twitter account, but the images are after the jump for you to admire from afar.READ MORE