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Under the Radar’s 2020 Holiday Gift Guide Part 5: Toys

Fun Stuff for Kids From Mattel, LEGO, Playmobil, Hasbro, Warner Bros., Kidrobot, NECA, and More

Dec 14, 2020

While 2020 has been a hard year for adults, it’s also been tough on the kids. Many have been stuck doing virtual learning since March, staring at their teacher and classmates on Zoom or Google Meet rather than interacting in person. While not all parents have the means to spoil their children this holiday season, if you do have the funds then go for it, our kids deserve it and earned it after this trying year. In part 5 of our 2020 Holiday Gift Guide we present some toy gifts for kids. More

Under the Radar Announces November/December Issue with EL VY on the Cover

Issue 55 Also Includes Interviews with Julia Holter, Kurt Vile, Neon Indian, Martin Courtney, The Dears, John Grant, Bruce Campbell on Ash vs Evil Dead, the Cast of Back to the Future, and More

Nov 13, 2015

Under the Radar is excited to announce the full details of the November/December 2015 issue, which is available digitally now (via the magazine apps Zinio and Readly), has shipped out to subscribers and stores and will be on all newsstands soon. It will also soon be available digitally via Under the Radar‘s app, as well as Readbug and Kindle. The issue features EL VY (Matt Berninger of The National and Brent Knopf of Menomena and Ramona Falls) on the cover. More

Oct 22, 2015

Yesterday was finally the day that Marty McFly came to the future in Back to the Future Part II. In honor of “Back to the Future Day” Michael J. Fox and Christopher Lloyd showed up on Jimmy Kimmel Live in character as Marty McFly and Doc Brown. They arrived in the DeLorean onstage and were surprised to learn that we didn’t have flying cars or hoverboards and decide they might be in an alternate 2015. More

Oct 21, 2015

Today is finally the day that Marty McFly comes to future in Back to the Future Part II. The first act of that 1989 film takes place on October 21, 2015. And while we may not have hoverboards (at least not like the ones in the film), flying cars, self-drying jackets, dust resistant paper, Jaws 19, and fax machines in every room, we do have big screen TVs, ‘80s nostalgia, and the Cubs finally do have a shot of winning the World Series this year (although not against Miami). More


Oct 21, 2015

When Bob Gale and Robert Zemeckis met as film students at USC, a wildly successful writer-director team was formed. The two began working in TV out of school, eventually moving into film with movies such as Used Cars, 1941, and I Wanna Hold Your Hand before penning their biggest hit with 1985’s time travel classic, Back to the Future. More

Back to the Future’s Lea Thompson (Lorraine McFly)

Looking Back (at Back to the Future)

Oct 21, 2015

Although she starred in more than her fair share of ‘80s classics—including Red Dawn and Some Kind of Wonderful—Lea Thompson is probably best known for her part as Marty McFly’s mother, Lorraine, in Back to the Future. More

Oct 21, 2015

Claudia Wells couldn’t have landed a better film to make her big screen debut. As a young television actress, she was cast as Jennifer Parker, the girlfriend Marty McFly leaves behind in 1985 when he’s accidentally sent back in time in Back to the Future. More