For years The Walking Dead has been one of the most popular shows on television. Unfortunately for its fans, TV shows rarely get really beautiful, movie-quality posters made for them. So one of the show's executive producers, Greg Nicotero, decided to change that. And he decided to rip off the best of the best.
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Chuck Berry, the father of rock n' roll, passed away Saturday at 90 years old. His music was sent to space for aliens to find, and for Back to the Future fans, he's the guy on the phone who heard Marty McFly perform "Johnny B. Goode" and knew it would change the future. That's right, Chuck Berry has transcended both space and time.
Video: There are actually five different Hill Valleys in the Back to the Future series. The 1985 film gets two versions (the one where they start off and the alternate Biff-ruled version), there's the throwback 1995 one, the awesomely futuristic 2015 version and the old Western 1885. Which one is your favourite? Trick question, it'd better be 2015.
A parody trailer has taken Doc and Marty out of the "wild west" of barn dances and manure fights into the sex-fuelled Pleasure Dome that is Westworld. However, "Back to the Westworld" does more than just promise Marty the company of gold-coated sexbots: It totally makes Buford "Mad Dog" Tannen a host.
Video: If you're still heartbroken about not winning a pair of the Nike Mag self-lacing sneakers, you might want to skip this video. Super Deluxe hunted down "Chris", who was lucky enough to snag one of the only 89 pairs, and now treats the sneakers with more care than he would a newborn baby -- and with good reason.
Back to the Future fans know that Tom Wilson is the white whale of the franchise. Wilson played Biff, in multiple versions over three movies, but prefers not to talk about it or participate in any Back to the Future events. Instead, he channels his experiences into other outlets, including a new, pretty surprising one.
According to Hollywood, time machines can come in any shape and size. And for the latest episode of Super-Fan Builds, two of the most unusual time machines -- the iconic DeLorean from Back to the Future and the hot tub from Hot Tub Time Machine -- were merged to create an even better way to relax and let the hours fly by.
A great love story can totally grab your heartstrings. But you know what is guaranteed to make you start sobbing like a drunken longshoreman? Friendship. Science fiction and fantasy are full of platonic relationships that punch you in the gut. So in no particular order, here are the 17 friendships most guaranteed to make you cry.
Video: In my head, we screwed it all up. Our reality is an alternate timeline because our hoverboards don't actually hover. There are people out there living in the real timeline where Back to the Future-style hoverboards actually do exist and do hover and are probably made in a factory that pumps 'em out like in this totally awesome animation.
Ever since Back to the Future II, people have wanted shoes with power laces. Well, it's happened. Nike has finally put power lacing in real shoes. In real life. As in, you'll actually be able to buy them. And you'll never have to tie a shoelace again. The Nike HyperAdapt 1.0 will be the first real Nike shoe to implement the adaptive lacing tech and it's supposed to work just like it did for Marty McFly. Put them on and it magically tightens up around your feet.
Image Cache: We don't know if Doc Brown worked on this F/A-18C Hornet, seen here taking off. We don't know if it had a Flux capacitor on board. We also don't know if it was only travelling at 88 miles per hour when this photo was taken, although it seems unlikely. However, we do know it looks like it's leaving burning tire tracks in its wake, just like Doc Brown's time-travelling DeLorean did in the Back to the Future movies, and we do know this looks awesome.
Video: We all know this by now: the 2015 in Back to the Future II didn't happen in real life. We failed. But! We can totally make things right by changing the past, as in re-editing Back to the Future II to include things that actually happened in the year 2015. It actually works out quite well, as PistolShrimps shows, instead of a Jaws shark hologram eating Marty, it would be a Jurassic World dinosaur. And instead of Biff being the most powerful buffoon in the world, it would be... Donald Trump.