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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.

Sep 13, 2017

Sam Kurnit returns to the podcast to promote his own podcast, Improvised Weapons, to argue about "Fuller House", and to discuss his pick this week of "Red" from 2010 starring Bruce Willis, Morgan Freeman, John Malkovich and Helen Mirren. Tim has serious issues with how Mary-Louise Parker's character is treated, but we...


Feb 20, 2017

John Wick is back and he's killing a crapload more people! Lincoln and Tim discuss the new Keanu Reeves vehicle out in theaters now and have differing opinions on the film (surprise surprise). Also discussed are "Michael Bolton's Big Sexy Valentine's Day Special", "The Little Prince", "Get Out" and "The Lego Batman...


Dec 9, 2013

Now is Lincoln's turn to go back to Europe, so Kyle is joined by the first person to join the What the Fuck Are You Watching?!? 5-Timer's Club, Mr. Rob Walker, creator of the fabulous Victorian Cut-Out Theatre on Cinevore.com and writer of fantastic geek articles on NerdRector.com. For the first in what we're...


Nov 11, 2013

This week, the fellows talk about a movie everyone on Earth forgot, probably: Richard Donner's adaptation of a Michael Crichton novel, Timeline, which stars Paul Walker, Gerard Butler, and a bunch of other people you recognize. They also talk about dumb old jokes, TV shows they finally watched, time travel paradoxes,...


Aug 12, 2013

This week, the fellas discuss a latter-day Steven Seagal movie in which he does nothing but mumble bilingually. It's 2005's Into the Sun which, if you watch it on Netflix, is unsubtitled despite at least half of the dialogue being in Japanese. So, it's a lot of fun is what we're saying. Also on the docket are celebrity...