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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.

Jun 30, 2014

This week, the boys are in their silliest form and talking about the 1974 Hammer Horror swashbuckler, Captain Kronos - Vampire Hunter. It features the lovely Caroline Munro. You're welcome, everyone. They also talk about the recurring figure of Brian Clemens in their podcast, how 22 Jump Street managed to out-meta the...

Jun 23, 2014

Are we back? Yes? Okay. Kyle and Lincoln are back at full strength and in fine form for an episode about the 2010 John Landis film Burke and Hare, starring Simon Pegg and Andy Serkis, as well as half the cast of Spaced and several other British people. They also discuss the true case on which the film was based. Silly...

Jun 16, 2014

With Kyle still off in foggy Londontown, Lincoln is joined by "Pillow Talk" co-stars Rachel Riendeau and Brian Crawford Scott to discuss its upcoming release in a few weeks. They then dive deep into the 1998 Coen Brothers cult classic "The Big Lebowski", which Brian hadn't seen prior. Lincoln gets all trivia-y and they...

Jun 9, 2014

Kyle and Lincoln both love the show Arrow and so were excited to talk about the 2012 horror/thriller The Pact starring Black Canary herself Caity Lotz. There's not much to talk about, so it's the return of huge amounts of banter! Discussion topics include horse poop, 24, cotton pants, Edge of Tomorrow, stand-up comedy,...

Jun 2, 2014

It's back to basics this week as Kyle and Lincoln are back on their respective coasts in their respective homes by their respective selves. They even revisit the old subject of burial rites involving outer space. Eventually, they get to this week's topic, Mummy director Stephen Sommers' 2013 film Odd Thomas. It's not...