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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.

Jun 12, 2017

No Chill with Annie Russell is an excellent podcast hosted and produced by our ol' pal Annie Russell (from episode 104, remember?) and she's back on the show this week to talk about movies that the three of us have an extreme lack of chill about. Annie chose "Chasing Amy", Lincoln chose the Star Wars prequels, and Tim...


Mar 27, 2017

In lieu of a film this episode, Lincoln and Tim discuss a handful of trailers for upcoming films. "Baywatch", "Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2", "Despicable Me 3", "Wonder Woman, "Spider-man: Homecoming", but mostly "Justice League". Opinions are shared, sometimes violently. 

But hey, can I talk to you off mic for a...


Jan 23, 2017

Continuing the theme of awards season darlings, Lincoln and Tim share time this episode discussing "Arrival" and "La La Land". They also get into a really heated discussion about long takes for some reason. Also discussed was "Always Sunny in Philadelphia", "Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events", "Lion" and...


Feb 9, 2015

This week, Lincoln and Kyle forsake the decent-to-good movies they've been watching lately and go way back to basics with a 1985 Alien rip-off, that also rips of tons of other sci-fi movies, called Creature which features Klaus Kinski for a little bit. He might still be the scariest part of the movie, alien monster...


Feb 2, 2015

Get ready for one of the most sidebar- and bullshit-filled episodes you're ever likely to hear as Lincoln and Kyle attempt to discuss the 1987 Arnold Schwarzenegger minor classic, The Running Man, where he has to participate in a life or death bloodsport broadcast on television, like a Reagan-era gladiatorial arena....