I might point out that the THEORETICAL physics behind not being able to move at the speed of light are complete bullshit anyways, and not based on anything remotely observational, AND you can theoretically go from one point to another faster than the speed of light would allow by finding or making a wormhole, so this is perfectly worth discussing.
AND whether you're going faster than light or not, light does not necessarily go from point A to point B in a straight line in space. I.e, it could get bended by the gravity of a black hole's event horizon. So you could end up observing the same thing from two different times.
As fer the actual question, I think you'd be right about time appearing to move backwards, based on what I know. On the same note, that makes me wonder: If you were flying towards a concert faster than Mach1, would you hear it in reverse? We'll have to send that into Mythbusters.