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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.

Oct 31, 2017

Tim and Lincoln have been super busy as of late, so in lieu of their own episode, here is the audio from the Vermont Film Essentials Halloween Special with Lincoln and David Metzger (you remember him) and their special guests and friends of the podcast Rachel Riendeau and Devon Ewalt! These four chat about all...


Oct 4, 2017

Eric Wright from the local improv team Boom City joins Lincoln and Tim to discuss his pick of "I Saw the Devil", a South Korean revenge/horror film from 2010. Woof. It's intense. 

Also discussed were the Netflix series "Marcella", and "Big Mouth", the recent season of "Rick and Morty", "The Conjuring" and the merits of...


Mar 6, 2017

Jordan Peele's directorial debut "Get Out" is in theaters now and is getting insanely great reviews, including from Lincoln and Tim. Tim saw it a second time and they go deep into the Sunken Place to talk about the themes, references/homages and influences, the amazing writing and performances, and the utter brilliance...


Mar 3, 2014

This week, the boys are delighted to be joined by a much smarter film critic than they: Battleship Pretension and Hey Watch This co-host David Bax. Together, the three discuss the super weird 1990 film The Reflecting Skin starring Viggo Mortensen and Lindsay Duncan. It's about ennui and evil and stuff. Pretty...


Feb 10, 2014

Snake women and bagpipes are among the weird things on display in this week's movie, Ken Russell's 1988 psychedelic horror-comedy, The Lair of the White Worm, starring Hugh Grant, Peter Capaldi, and Amanda Donohoe. Also, a semantics argument about Space Jam, trailers for things, and Kyle talks way too much about movies...