The Speakeasily Hour Minute Podcast and Speakeasily Vs. The '80s are audio shows of ill-repute that grew out of the Speakeasily comedy collective. Morphing from a live Bay Area burlesque show into a web-based video burlesque talk show into a sketch comedy thrupple, the hydra-headed Speakeasily now provides comedy podcasts for your listening pleasure.
Speakeasily Vs The 80s is a rip-roaring trip down the drain of '80s trash cinema with special guests from the live performance, podcast, and film worlds.
The Speakeasily Hour Minute Podcast provides interviews with cutting edge performers and comedians, plus reviews of films and snacks -- the only two things in life that matter.
Speakeasily's comedy sketches and podcasts stretch the boundaries between surreal and shtick, intellectual and gross-out, counterculture and trash culture.
Speakeasily Vs. The ‘80s: Halloween III: Season of the Witch (1982)
Speakeasily Vs. The ‘80s welcomes Christian Divine, writer for the award-wining video game franchise LIFE IS STRANGE, for sone Druidic horror with Halloween III: Season of the Witch (1982)! What do Stonehenge, robot assassins, melting heads, and novelty salesmen have in common? Not much! Except this film that reminds us to FEAR the IRISH.
Speakeasily Vs. The ‘80s: River’s Edge (1986)
Bonnie Bloomgarden of the mystical rock band Death Valley Girls joins us for a very special episode of Speakeasily Vs. The ‘80s. Together we somewhat bravely tackle the controversial and stylized movie about teen murder, disaffected stoners, and the dark morality of peer pressure – 1986’s River’s Edge. There’s also Goth talk, Little White Doggie talk, Occult vs Positive Thinking talk, and so much more.
Speakeasily Vs. The ‘80s: Hard Ticket To Hawaii (1987)
Speakeasily Vs. The ‘80s welcomes drag performer, cosplayer, cat costumer, and Sacred Silversexual Annalyn Bond for a deep dive into the 1987 coked-out classic Hard Ticket To Hawaii. This movie is where dad jokes meet sexual harassment. It really has everything: exploding blowup dolls, a frisbee death scene, at least three Playboy Playmates, karate, umbrella drinks…it’s the best fantasy a 10-year-old boy could ever have.
Speakeasily Vs. The ‘80s: Night of the Comet (1984)
It’s end-times fun-times as Speakeasily Vs. The ‘80s welcomes musician, composer, DJ, and synth master Gregg Foreman (aka Mr. Pharmacist) for an earth-shattering discussion of Night of the Comet (1984). What better time than the dystopian present to immerse ourselves in this apocalyptic teen comedy classic. This movie has everything: zombies, guns, malls, big hair, the end of the world, and chicks kicking ass.
Speakeasily Vs. The ‘80s: Valley Girl (1983)
Speakeasily Vs. The ‘80s welcomes creator of the Listography books and pioneering former owner of Oakland's Eli’s Mile High Club, Lisa Nola, and James Spooner who directed the 2003 documentary AfroPunk and works as a cartoonist & tattoo artist in LA! Together we dive into the totally tripendicular film Valley Girl (1983). Can the preppy daughter of hippies and a “punk hunk” find love somewhere between Hollywood and the Valley? Only a romantic montage set to Modern English can tell.
Speakeasily Vs. The ‘80s: C.H.U.D. (1984)
Speakeasily Vs. The ‘80s welcomes comics industry luminary & C.H.U.D.thusiast Jann Jones (AKA Pickles Kintaro) to discuss the great Regan-era tale of government environmental conspiracy. C.H.U.D. – an acronym that has become a noun, verb, adjective, and even a dance. We dive deep into its underground origins in the hellacious New York City of 1984. We also get into gender equality and accountability in comics, poodle hair and dirty Keds, Childlike Humanoid Urban Muchachos, and the worst boyfriend ever.
THEY LIVE...FOR THE 80s
Follow Odessa and Shecky and Klingon Vanna White — the hottest necrophiliacs cruising the information superhighway — as they hunt down the zombie that is 80s trash cinema!
Like a Nagel print hanging upside down over your last can of OK Cola this podcast will have you reconsidering your angle on bad taste! Incredibly entertaining and NSFW banter and conversations with amazing guests sharing insights and breakdowns of all manner of 80s cinematic garbage.
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There are thousands of comedy podcasts where a few loud people just yak - yak - yak about weird topics/ they grind out a couple hundred episodes and have 3k+ 5-star reviews and they just absolutely BLOW. Five minutes in and you feel exhausted and need an Advil...
But “SpeakEasily Hour Minute Podcast” is way different - it’s very surreal in the way it uses sound effects, background sounds, and its fictional characters.
I took to it in a way that no other FM Radio “Morning Zoo Gang” comedy podcast could ever hope to do.
Funny and thought provoking
Absolutely hilarious and amazing voice acting. Really makes you think about what would happen if once dead writers and fictional characters came back to life today. I'll be up all night pondering this now. I can't wait for the second episode! What is going to happen to that pig??!