Great Scott, this looks amazing.
As announced earlier this summer, the 25th anniversary edition of the Back to the Future trilogy will be released on Blu-ray in October. Not only will the box set include the highest definition ever for this, arguably the best (Michael J. Fox) movie of the 1980s (excluding Teen Wolf), we also get two hours of bonus footage, behind-the-scenes and making-of featurettes, outtakes, and a ton of other Blu-ray extras.
Though we would never diss Blu-ray, some of us have never been true believers in its powers—until now. Back to the Future has never really been available in higher definition than that 1980s muted colors display we’re all too familiar with, and this trailer of the new Blu-ray set is a bit mouthwatering:
Available Oct. 26 [$59.98, NBC Universal]