This week on the Worn & Wound digital recording, we’re accomplishing something a little different.
Zach Weiss, Blake Malin, Zach Kazan, and Ed Jelley plunk down to talk about Back to the Future, a 80s exemplary that’s exceptionally fixated on schedule. Obviously, the film additionally has some incredible watch spotting, and who doesn’t love a pardon to talk through the time travel Catch 22?
This is the first in an arranged arrangement of web recordings where the Worn & Wound group pick a film where time is a significant theme, and examine it on the air. We’d love to hear your proposals for other movies in this vein that we ought to examine, so make certain to drop those titles in the comments below.
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- Blake’s wrist check: Rolex Explorer II 16570
- Zach K’s wrist check: Longines “Sector”
- Ed’s wrist check: Sinn 856 non-UTC
- Zach W’s wrist check: Ophion Velos
- Back to the Future
- The DeLorean
- Janet Maslin’s NY Times Review
- Huey Lewis and the News “Hip to be Square”
- Nike MAG
- Seiko A826