bttf3They’ve saved the best trip for last… but this time they may have gone too far! Welcome to Episode 42 of “Reel Chat” – a podcast that guarantees week in, week out – the “Reel world as we know it.”

On this episode of our “Vintage Vault” retrospective series, host (and self confessed “Back To The Future” super fan) Adam Stolfo is joined by co-host Brose Avard, Andrew McCaskill and Matthew O’Neill to discuss 1990’s “Back To The Future Part III” – the satisfying conclusion to one of the most universally loved sci fi / comedy franchises of all time!

And what better time for the guys to get stuck into the hit franchise with the entire Internet currently abuzz with “Back To The Future” fandom. Not only is the original film celebrating it’s 30th anniversary this year, but it’s October 2015 – the very month and year the “future” portion of the second film in the saga takes place. And with “Future Day” (Wednesday, October 21st, 2015) come and gone, “Reel Chat” delves deep into this final installment – undoubtedly the least favourable among a large number of movie fans.

So what is it about this third one that people didn’t warm to? Was it it’s Western setting? It’s love story? It’s crowd-pleasing (but somewhat unappealing) conclusion? Or is Part III exactly what the series requires after the frenetic pace and energy of it’s predecessor? Especially once it’s compared to a limitless amount of poor quality number 3’s!

Hear the “Reel Chat” guys talk about the film’s superb cast, it’s filmmakers, it’s numerous DVD and Blu-ray releases, little known trivia tidbits (for the Eagle-eyed among you), Alan Silvestri’s sweeping score – it’s all here… and much, much more!

Join “Reel Chat” as we break down this concluding chapter of a trilogy many regard as one of the most complete (and still intact) trilogies of ALL TIME!



Adam          4 1/2 out of 5 – RECOMMEND

Brose          4 out of 5 – RECOMMEND

Andrew      3 out of 5 – RECOMMEND

Matthew    3 1/2 out of 5 – RECOMMEND

Stuart         3 1/2 out of 5 – RECOMMEND

Michael      3 1/2 out of 5 – RECOMMEND



Categories: Podcast Archive