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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.

Nov 9, 2017

Yes, this is a new episode! Tim and Lincoln have been busy bees, but finally got a chance to record. They've watched a bunch of stuff on the past month or so (God, has it been that long?) and together got to see the French new wave noir film "Le Samurai" at the Vermont International Film Festival and they both watched...

Mar 31, 2014

This time out, the boys inadvertently pick another old TV movie, in the form of 1987's Timestalkers in which Lauren Hutton plays a future person who needs the help of William Devane to stop Klaus Kinski back in the Old West. John Ratzenberger's there, too. Also talked about are The Grand Budapest Hotel, trailers, TV...

Dec 2, 2013

For a bit of a change of pace, this week, the fellas take the opportunity to discuss a piece of television history: the 50th Anniversary special of Doctor Who, entitled "The Day of the Doctor," as well as the docudrama "An Adventure in Space and Time." Also spoken about are Kyle's trip to London, Lincoln's computer...

Feb 25, 2013

This is a weird episode, we're not gonna lie. Continuing their jaunt in Los Angeles, Kyle and Lincoln meet up with Mr. Paul and Mr. Pete of The Pharos Project at the Gallifrey One convention. The original plan was to watch and discuss The Golden Voyage of Sinbad, starring John Phillip Law and Tom Baker, but time...

Oct 7, 2012

With Lincoln (and Kyle...surprise) both out of the country this week, you're treated to the third and final part of the pilot to 1978's Battlestar Galactica in commentary form. It's much more lively than the last one, we promise. If anyone has any suggestions for other old or weird TV episodes...