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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.

Also part of this show is The Beta Couple Podcast with Rachel Riendeau Hayes and Lincoln discussing romantic comedies!

A proud member of the Battleship Pretension Fleet.

Feb 26, 2014

Harold Ramis passed away February 24, 2014 at the age of 69. Kyle and Lincoln pay tribute in this special bonus episode. 

Feb 24, 2014

This week, the fellas watch and discuss the Shaw Brothers' Hong Kong King Kong ripoff, in which a blonde Swiss model wears a loincloth, a bunch of Chinese guys run around, and a person in an ape suit smashes scale miniatures. It's pretty cool.

Also, there's discussion of The LEGO Movie, whether or not Lincoln has been...

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...

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...

Feb 3, 2014

Gordon is ALIVE?? This week on the podcast, Kyle and Lincoln are joined by podcasting royalty, one of the Three Who Rule, co-host of Radio Free Skaro and The Memory Cheats, Steven Schapansky!! Together these new Three Who Do Something Akin to Ruling dive into the madness that is 1980's Flash Gordon, the sci-fi flop...