Even the most rabid fans of the Back to the Future franchise are unaware that a planned fourth film was junked because it was deemed "too gritty."
The plot: It's 2010, and our hero, Marty McFly, is now a broke 42-year-old used-car salesman. One day while browsing Craigslist for clunkers, Marty stumbles upon a DeLorean DMC-12. Despite knowing the original was destroyed at the end of Part III, Marty sets up a buy. And what does he find? A fully functional flux capacitor, a senile Doc Brown whose brain has been fried by too much time travel, and, most mysteriously, several keys of high-grade cocaine. Immediately, Marty knows the next step: Go back to the '80s, meet superinventor John DeLorean, and get this white stuff on the streets!
Needless to say, you'll never see that movie. But every Monday at 10 p.m., you can live like McFly when DJs Will Renuart and K2 bring Buck to the Future to Buck 15. It's a cover-free dance party that's all about time travel, brain damage, outdated future fantasies, endless '80s jams, and two-for-one drinks.
Mondays, 10 p.m., 2010