Who hasn't dreamed of living in a world where "Back to the Future" and its sequels are a real thing? Thanks to Secret Cinema, an organization that specializes in super-immersive screenings of favorite movies, you kind of can.
Last summer, the company recreated the fictional "Back to the Future" town of Hill Valley in the U.K., where fans could wander through the town, travel through different periods in time courtesy of a trusty (what else) DeLorean-turned-time machine, and boogie at an Enchantment Under the Sea-themed dance afterparty, a la Ma and Pa McFly. You could shop in stores, drink malts in the soda shop, check out the clock tower and interact with the dozens of actors populating the event.
And, of course, there's always the movie to watch. And, naturally, more actors perform in front of the screen while that's going on.
Sound overwhelming? It totally is. The best way to get a grasp on it is with this super-awesome trailer Secret Cinema made highlighting the event, by way of /Film.
And if you missed it, don't be bummed. The company is planning to bring the "Back to the Future" experience to Los Angeles in summer 2015. Put your pedal to the ignition now and you're bound to hit 88 MPH eventually.