Movies TURBO KID Is Coming To Save The Future/Past written by Robert Reineke January 30, 2015 The Sundance film festival isn’t something normally associated with the type of films that make up Modern Myth Media. But the midnight movies program this year featured one that just might qualify. I’ve attached the teaser trailer for TURBO KID below. If you were a child of the 80s, this should bring back memories as the only thing missing seems to be a VHS box for the movie to come in. It’s something of an instant relic, but who can really complain when you see such a loving recreation of a period of time. They even got Michael Ironside to play the villain, which further adds to its authenticity. This seems destined to be a midnight movie at some point in 2015. But, it’s probably going to be fun to see Turbo Kid save the post-apocalyptic world of 1997 (!) with his BMX bike and other artifacts of the 80s. Since we seem to be in a strong patch of 80s nostalgia centered around remakes, an “original” take on that era could be fun. I don’t know if the film actually comments on the era, I hope it does, but nostalgia in small doses isn’t necessarily a bad thing. Let us know your thoughts below. TURBO KID Is Coming To Save The Future/Past was last modified: February 21st, 2016 by Robert Reineke Related Turbo Kid 1 comment 0 Facebook Twitter Google + Pinterest Robert Reineke previous post Ezra Miller Stretching Out For THE FLASH next post Weekly Ratings Roundup: January 25, 2015 to January 31, 2015 You may also like BIRDMAN Takes Flight in New International Trailer July 31, 2014 JURASSIC WORLD Sequel Set For June 22,... July 23, 2015 Retro Review: THE ROAD WARRIOR March 28, 2015 New Trailer And Banners For THE HOBBIT:... October 1, 2013 Open Forum: SELF/LESS July 9, 2015 CinemaCon 2013: Warner Bros. Presentation April 17, 2013 Paul Walker: 1973-2013 December 1, 2013 MAD MAX: FURY ROAD Reveals First Poster July 23, 2014 Open Forum: SPY June 4, 2015 What Could Have Been: Brad Bird’s THE... April 19, 2015 Robert Reineke Two additional things. I hope it’s as much fun as The Guest was. I doubt it will be as good, as The Guest was retro/modern in its sensibilities and I can’t imagine that there’s a Dan Stevens in the cast, but there’s plenty of room to play in that sandbox. I’m still not sick of retro 80s synth scores.