238 episodes

What Are You Doing, Movie? (previously known as Down in Front) is a film commentary podcast created by four guys who not only love movies, but work on them for a living. Each week a new release goes up; a downloadable MP3 file that can be played in sync with that week's movie on DVD, Blu-Ray, or whatever media player you happen to like to watch pirated movies on. You do not need to have the movies in question to enjoy the show, because listening to an episode by itself is effectively just listening to a particularly in-depth conversation about a movie. However, if you do want to watch the movie - like we do - the process for syncing the files to your copy of the film is simple, and we go over it every episode right up front just to be safe. These commentaries function on their own as discussions and reviews of the films, and while we recommend listening along with the movie of the week, it's not necessary, especially if you're familiar with it. It's a dynamic that we think works pretty well. Four industry guys, having a hearty discussion about a movie over popcorn and beer. However you think of us - as unauthorized commentators, longform verbal reviewers, or friends in your head - thanks for listening. We like you a lot more than the others. We promise.

What Are You Doing, Movie‪?‬ Friends In Your Head

    • TV & Film
    • 4.5 • 31 Ratings

What Are You Doing, Movie? (previously known as Down in Front) is a film commentary podcast created by four guys who not only love movies, but work on them for a living. Each week a new release goes up; a downloadable MP3 file that can be played in sync with that week's movie on DVD, Blu-Ray, or whatever media player you happen to like to watch pirated movies on. You do not need to have the movies in question to enjoy the show, because listening to an episode by itself is effectively just listening to a particularly in-depth conversation about a movie. However, if you do want to watch the movie - like we do - the process for syncing the files to your copy of the film is simple, and we go over it every episode right up front just to be safe. These commentaries function on their own as discussions and reviews of the films, and while we recommend listening along with the movie of the week, it's not necessary, especially if you're familiar with it. It's a dynamic that we think works pretty well. Four industry guys, having a hearty discussion about a movie over popcorn and beer. However you think of us - as unauthorized commentators, longform verbal reviewers, or friends in your head - thanks for listening. We like you a lot more than the others. We promise.

    Announcement: Goodnight, Goodnight!

    Announcement: Goodnight, Goodnight!

    What Are You Doing, Movie? - Announcement: Goodnight, Goodnight! - Hello for the new folks and goodbye for the old folks.

    Blade Runner (The Final Cut)

    Blade Runner (The Final Cut)

    What Are You Doing, Movie? - Blade Runner (The Final Cut) - Everyone has always respected this movie, sure, but...Teague *finally* gets it, and he is about to lose his goddamned mind about it.

    American Graffiti

    American Graffiti

    What Are You Doing, Movie? - American Graffiti - Did you know George Lucas made other movies?

    The Omega Man

    The Omega Man

    What Are You Doing, Movie? - The Omega Man - Say, why don't we do some classic goddamned science fiction?

    The Black Hole

    The Black Hole

    What Are You Doing, Movie? - The Black Hole - It turns out, we literally did this movie by mistake... so you're off the hook for having never seen it.

    Silent Running

    Silent Running

    What Are You Doing, Movie? - Silent Running - This is a great conversation. Trey curates the directorial debut of VFX trailblazer Douglas Trumbull.

Customer Reviews

4.5 out of 5
31 Ratings

31 Ratings

sgbarron ,

Come back guys!

I know you guys left due to awful tragedy. I need you guys to come back!

anono117 ,

Shut up Teague Chrystie

Love commentaries, especially fan articulated commentaries, but Teague never shuts up. He always needs to feel like he needs to be in the spotlight and it’s aggravating with the interrupting of others and making terrible jokes or inappropriate comments. Usually all his input is either stupid or has nothing to do with what’s on screen. Dude shut up, you sound so amateur. Otherwise everyone else giving insight is amazing, if Teague could get cut or edited out, it would be perfect

Pumpernickle Pickle ,

It is -and always will be, magnificent!

Teague Chrystie as a host is hilariously insightful from the start to the heartbreaking end --and I'm going to miss him like crazy now that the show is forever on pause. He has major brass clackers. It was pure excitement and fun looking forward to the discussions from Michael "Dorkman" Scott, Brian, Trey, Eddie, Ryan, Chris, Jake, Cloe Z, Matt and Holden who are so entertaining.