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The What the Hell Are You Watching Podcast is a (mostly) bi-monthly movie review and commentary podcast hosted by Lincoln L. Hayes & Tim Bridge.

Together, Hayes and Bridge watch and review new releases in theaters or on streaming services.

Sometimes a guest stops by, usually a local comedian, filmmaker, or just a cool person, and they get to choose either a movie they love or hate to discuss, whatever will get Tim riled up. Then usually they play trivia. Sound fun? IT IS.

Jan 19, 2018

Lincoln and Tim are joined by friend and coworker Evyn Banach to discuss "Darkest Hour" starring Golden Globe-winner Gary Oldman as Winston Churchill. Evyn saw this in the theater and texted Lincoln about how much she hated it, so they boys watched it and invited her on to chat about it. 

Also discussed are the new...


Video for our 50th Episode is now online!

Jan 18, 2018

Video for the live episode is now available on the Pretty Beard Productions You Tube channel and will be available at 10 am on the podcast Facebook page. Here's the link! Enjoy!

WTH Are You Watching?! Podcast 50th Episode Live at Vermont Comedy Club


Jan 14, 2018

We did it! We made it to 50 episodes! This was recorded live at the Vermont Comedy Club with our guest Conor Lastowka. Conor is a writer and producer of Riff Trax as well as the author of two novels, "Gone Whalin'" and the upcoming "The Pole Vaulting Championship of the Entire Universe".

The boys discuss the successes...


Jan 7, 2018

Lincoln and Tim are joined by local improviser Noel Porter to discuss the recent Netflix original film "Bright" starring Will Smith, Joel Edgerton, directed by David Ayers and penned by Max Landis. Needless to say, there won't be any award nominations from the group.

SPOILERS AHEAD!

Also discussed were "Planet Earth...


Dec 29, 2017

Welcome to Awards Season! First up is Martin McDonagh's latest film "Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri", one both Tim and Lincoln were excited to see. The boys discuss the strengths and weaknesses of the film, the writing, and the performances, as well as the social issues McDonagh attempted to address, co-op,...