June 1

Back to the Future, 1985

The boys are at it again this week on an all new episode of Saturday Night Movie Sleepovers! J. Blake and Dion Baia are taking on an absolute cinema classic–the Robert Zemeckis helmed masterpiece, Back to the Future from 1985!

Back to the Future

Filled with an all-star cast on the very top of their game, Dion and Blake can’t hold in their excitement and enthusiasm for this movie, as they gush over every aspect of the production. From the script, to the effects, to the themes–everything here is top-notch. They discuss the huge “what-ifs” in this movie, like the alternate cast choices, early versions of the script, and the alternate ending. It’s all going down this week. So grab your skateboards, portable cassette players, and make sure you have enough plutonium to get back and forth again, because once they get their newly built Delorean conversion to 88 mph…well you can guess what’ll happen this week, on an all new installment of Saturday Night Movie Sleepovers!

Extras!

Check out the original 1985 trailer to Back to the Future!

Here’s some great deleted scenes from the film!

Take a look at these original screen tests with Crispin Glover, Lea Thompson and Tom Wilson!

Crispin Glover discusses his fallout and issues with Zemeckis and others that led to his lawsuit and none appearance in the sequels.

Have a look at Christopher Lloyd taking about Eric Stoltz and his exit from Back to the Future.

Lastly, as referenced in the podcast, if you wanna check out the early podcast episodes Blake & Dion did prior to the inception of Saturday Night Movie Sleepovers, check out their Side-Casts on Podwits.com.


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Posted June 1, 2018 by admin in category "Action", "Adventure", "Classic", "Comedy", "Fantasy", "Sci Fi

1 COMMENTS :

  1. By Jose A. Rivera on

    I know I’m a little late on the comments for this one, but I just finished the episode and hot damn I enjoyed it. I didn’t know about John Lithgow being considered for Doc. I can really see that, especially after Buckaroo Banzai.

    What can I say about this movie that hasn’t already been said? Well, I think I got one thing: Back to the Future was my introduction to the concept of time travel. That’s kind of funny when you think about it.

    Also, thank you for putting up the screen tests and the bit with Christopher Lloyd talking about Eric Stoltz.

    Great episode!

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