216 episodes

Each week, go back to the eighties and talk about movies, games, and great days of the 80s! E-mail questions and comments to 80srevisited@gmail.com, or on Twitter @80sRevisited.

80s Revisited Trey Harris and Jesse Seidule

    • TV & Film
    • 4.3, 36 Ratings

Each week, go back to the eighties and talk about movies, games, and great days of the 80s! E-mail questions and comments to 80srevisited@gmail.com, or on Twitter @80sRevisited.

Customer Reviews

4.3 out of 5
36 Ratings

36 Ratings

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Decent

Decent but the one guy needs to slow the hell down talking. He garbles and mashes his own words terribly because he’s trying to talk to fast. Slow it down

SingItBack ,

Pleasantly Surprised

I just checked out the episode on Friday the 13th part IV. I’d planned on just sampling, but wound up getting drawn in and listening to the whole thing. I really appreciated the level of thought Trey put into discussing the movie- how the different movies portrayed Jason, the evolution of how the films were scored, the cinematic quality of the opening shot. This guy clearly loves these movies and thinks about why he loves them...and that makes for a very interesting listen. Very well done guys, I look forward to listening to more episodes.

Broktoon ,

Musings after listening to the first 200 episodes

Movies in the 80s had rougher edges, with inconsistent quality, and you often wonder how they got made at all. They are loved despite of, and because of, their faults. 80s Revisited is exactly the same.

With the exuberance of a toddler who is trying to tell a story faster than his mouth can form words, Trey Harris describes his gut reaction to each movie without a moment of self-censorship, film snobbery, or thought of subtext. Jesse Seidule’s frequent apathy towards the movie being reviewed serves as a low-energy counterpoint to Harris’ manic musings, leaving the impression he fully supports his friend’s avocation, but does not trust him to push the buttons himself in the recording room.

80s Revisited is a great way to get your fix of your uncouth but hilariously garrulous high school buddy, without the worry of him crashing on your fold-out couch for an extended period of time.

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