Our density has popped us to you, Evil Geeks! This week Biff Tannen, C-Mart, Martian Luthor Kang, and Undies of Wondy talk with filmmaker Jason Aron, director of the upcoming documentary Back in Time, an INSANELY comprehensive look at the classic 80’s movie Back to the Future. If you’d like to help fund this ultimate insider look at the cultural phenomenon that the trilogy has become there’s still time to contribute to the films Kickstarter campaign here! Hope you enjoy the episode and be sure to help support this incredible film!
If my calculations are correct, you will receive this post immediately after you saw the post about C-3PO and R2-D2. First, let me assure you that I am alive and well. I’ve been living happily these past two days on November 17th.
Seriously though, this post seems to have somehow not published on the 15th as intended, but due to it’s subject matter it makes a fun coincidence. Enjoy a double dose today.
Also? I know what you’re thinking; Biff Tannen ought to be the one writing this article…
Well, listen. He’s off representing the Brotherhood of Evil Geeks at the International Villains Summit in beautiful Tokyo, Japan and is a bit too busy to sit at a desk clanking away at a keyboard about the nuances of a fictional friendship. I, on the other hand, have all the time in the world to examine the glory that is…
Marty McFly and Doc Brown
I’m not going to waste time explaining the typical dynamic of a High School Student/Mad Scientist friendship to you, I’m sure you’re all quite familiar with the…. oh, you’re not? Fair enough, then… let’s have a look.
Novembeard continues! On Day 9, we brought you our first intergalactic beard with the all powerful General Zod. Today the Geeks bring you our first inter species beard with the Michael J. Fox classic, Teen Wolf.
In what universe would this hilariously grotesque creature becomes the coolest guy in High School? The only universe I would want to live in! Besides, he’s pretty much Marty McFly anyway. He’s a basketball star who can shotgun beers with ease thanks to his fangs. What more could a teenager ask for? It’s the 80’s after all, not the brooding emo MTV version.
I am very thankful for two things. That the werewolf gene did not skip a generation and we get to see Teen Wolf’s dad who would have no problem filling in for The Grateful Dead after Jerry Garcia died.
The other is that the movie gave birth to one of the greatest shirts I’ve ever seen:
Check in tomorrow geeks as Novembeard continues!
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