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The What the Hell Are You Watching?!
is a movie review & commentary podcast
hosted by actor and filmmaker
Lincoln L. Hayes.

Each episode welcomes a new guest host to discuss a favorite film, hated film, or new in theaters.

Past guests include actors, writers, directors, stand-up comedians, musicians, aspiring lawyers, and even some British guys.

A proud member of the Battleship Pretension Fleet.

Nov 14, 2018

Sam Kurnit returns! This time, he's in the hot seat for an in-depth interview about his Dungeons & Dragons podcast "Improvised Weapons". If you're a fan of his show or just D&D in general, this is a fun one for sure!

Sam gets into how he crafted his own original campaign, the highs and lows of producing a D&D podcast,...

Nov 9, 2018

Lincoln is joined by actor and filmmaker (and birthday boy) Ben Myers to discuss his pick of "Star Trek: First Contact". Turns out Ben's a big Star Trek nerd (who knew) and the boys have a delightful discussion about all the things that are great about the eight film in the franchise.

Also Ben recently released a short...

Oct 11, 2018

Artist and horror aficionado Matthew Woods welcomed Lincoln into his studio to discuss "Pumpkinhead" starring Lance Hendrickson and the directorial debut of the great monster-maker Stan Winston! They talk about the good and the bad and all things that make horror movies so much fun. Also the birth of Matt's favorite...

Sep 28, 2018

HE'S BACK! Pal and contributor Neil Fennell returns to the podcast to discuss one of his favorite movies "Magnolia". What do the frogs mean?! Why do they all sing the Amiee Mann song?! Did you ever notice the camera work in the three acts? Or the score changes? We talk about all of it in this fantastic discussion...

Aug 17, 2018

Mr. Paul from the Pharos Project and Hammered Horror makes his triumphant return to the podcast after far too long to join Lincoln for a discussion of one of his favorites, "The Long Good Friday". The late/great Bob Hoskins commands the screen in this British gangster flick that was a clear inspiration for Guy...