'Back In Time' Examines The Impact Of The 'Back To The Future' Films

We've gotta go back. God bless Kickstarter. In addition to giving us yet another reason to make fun of Zach Braff, it's enables these odd little labors of love that we don't even know we wanted. Here, we've got Jason Aron's examination of Back to the Future and its improbable staying power in the popular consciousness. I'm not sure if he gets to the answer, but if he does, I hope it's more complex than "because it's awesome."