What do you need to do to fix the Amyg-DeLorean?
By Josiah Schwab

This metapuzzle has a number of the steps. The most straightforward place to start is with the enumerated clues on the final page. The answers to these clues are each titles of fictional works which involve time travel. There are 26 titles, and the underlined parts of the enumerations give title fragments which each start with a unique letter of the alphabet.

Clue Title Underline
Hermione Granger is allowed to take an extra-heavy course load HARRY POTTER AND THE PRISONER OF AZKABAN AZKABAN
John Cleese plays Robin Hood TIME BANDITS BANDITS
Three ghosts show a miser the error of his ways A CHRISTMAS CAROL CHRISTMASCAROL
Film adaptation of W. P. Kinsella's novel Shoeless Joe FIELD OF DREAMS DREAMS
Novel in which Technicians operate kettles for Eternals THE END OF ETERNITY ENDOFETERNITY
The Enterprise crew pays a visit to Zefram Cochrane STAR TREK: FIRST CONTACT FIRSTCONTACT
Bill Murray repeats the same events over and over again GROUNDHOG DAY GROUNDHOGDAY
Marisa Tomei falls in love with a man who is trying to change her life in this 2000 film HAPPY ACCIDENTS HAPPYACCIDENTS
1973 science fiction film directed by Peter Fonda IDAHO TRANSFER IDAHOTRANSFER
First film appearance of the liquid metal T-1000 TERMINATOR 2: JUDGMENT DAY JUDGMENTDAY
Martin Lawrence becomes a medieval warrior BLACK KNIGHT KNIGHT
Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Bruce Willis play the same person LOOPER LOOPER
Bruce Willis tries to stop the spread of a deadly virus 12 MONKEYS MONKEYS
The 29th Discworld novel NIGHT WATCH NIGHTWATCH
2000 novel co-authored by Stephen Baxter & Arthur C. Clarke THE LIGHT OF OTHER DAYS OTHERDAYS
A retired tailor develops telepathic abilities in this novel by Isaac Asimov PEBBLE IN THE SKY PEBBLEINTHESKY
Scott Bakula puts right what once went wrong QUANTUM LEAP QUANTUMLEAP
2007 Disney animated film about an orphaned young inventor MEET THE ROBINSONS ROBINSONS
Billy Pilgrim is abducted by Tralfamadorians SLAUGHTERHOUSE-FIVE SLAUGHTERHOUSEFIVE
John Cusack, Rob Corddry, and Craig Robinson visit an old ski lodge HOT TUB TIME MACHINE TUBTIMEMACHINE
Douglas Adams demonstrates the value of compound interest THE RESTAURANT AT THE END OF THE UNIVERSE UNIVERSE
The Enterprise crew saves the whales STAR TREK IV: THE VOYAGE HOME VOYAGEHOME
1881 short story by Edward Page Mitchell THE CLOCK THAT WENT BACKWARD WENTBACKWARD
A group of mutants must save themselves in this 2014 film X-MEN: DAYS OF FUTURE PAST XMENDAYSOFFUTUREPAST
A man from New England tries to modernize a famous ruler's land A CONNECTICUT YANKEE IN KING ARTHUR'S COURT YANKEEINKINGARTHURSCOURT
TV series hosted by Rod Serling THE TWILIGHT ZONE ZONE

Fill these answers into the criss-cross on the second page. The matching left-right and top-bottom edges indicate that words "wrap" around. Here is a PDF of the filled in grid.

When you've filled in the clues, you should notice that the "A" answer is in row/column 1, the "B" answer is in row/column 2, etc. This effectively defines a set of coordinates on this grid.

As you solve the main minihunt puzzles, fill your answers into the circle on the first page. Put the first letter of the answer in the heavy box with the symbol matching the "bullet" of that puzzle in the main puzzle list. Write the remainder of the letters clockwise in the boxes that contain the same symbol, padding with "X"s as instructed.

The operators and numbers in the circles indicate alphabetic shifts (chosen to minimize the absolute value of the shift, so in the range -12 to 13). Shift the letters in the circle and write them on the outer lines. Note the commas between these lines. One now has 22 ordered pairs of letters. Here is a PDF of the filled in circle.

Treat these ordered pairs as coordinates on the filled-in rectangular grid. Reading clockwise gives the final answer REPHASE THE TEMPORAL LOBE.