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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.

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...


Feb 17, 2014

Batman has been ubiquitous to our intrepid hosts as of late: popping up on other podcasts, being the topic of a new series on Nerdist, and also being in the news for that Superman/Batman movie thing everybody keeps talking about. This week, we tackle (literally) Tim Burton's "Batman" from 1989. Kyle dazzles with history...


Jan 27, 2014

The boys go back to the '80s for a Dolph Lundgren action shoot-em-up called Red Scorpion in which, apparently, a Soviet super-soldier is the only one who can protect a small village of African resistence fighters from Russians and Cubans. Good, uplifting stuff there.

WARNING: This was a night record and it gets a bit...


Jan 13, 2014

This week, the boys go a-ramblin'. While, in theory, they're meant to talk about an early-80s barbarian-fantasy movie, they end up talking more about newer movies, Walt Disney, operating systems, boring trivia, meaningless award shows that happened last night, and a million other streams of consciousness. Oh, and...


Jan 6, 2014

Happy New Year! The very first episode of 2014 has the boys talk about their viewing habits, their New Years, and their mutual love of the term "dung bucket." And speaking of that, this week's movie is the Chuck Norris and Lee Van Cleef vehicle, The Octagon, which makes a whole lack of sense, but there's a lot of slow...