Netflix Has No Chill

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If you're looking to turn up the heat on your evening, or want to see sparks (and blood) fly between Butler and Foxx -- this is the movie for you. F. Gary Gray called and demanded you hold onto your butt, because this movie does not let up. Plus a mini-review of "Ant-Man and the Wasp", which provides all the fun, imaginative action beats that 2009 action flicks apparently despised.
Though the subject material might be a disaster, this episode is a blast. Zach and Adriana start with a mini-review of "Tidying Up" before shipping ourselves to the island music festival that never happened. 
Despite some wonky audio, this episode is a real doozy. We dive in deep to the Guillermo Del Toro masterpiece "Pan's Labyrinth", after a mini-review of Shyamalan's latest "Glass."
Choose Your Own Adventure is our motto for 2019, thanks to Netflix' latest episode of Black Mirror. It's certainly not for everyone, but the people who like it are going to love it. Plus a mini review of "Shrek Retold", the fan remake of the classic animated film. Check out the trailer if you're intrigued: Bonus link: The Wrap article on Bandersnatch Endings
Sandra Bullock is back in this Netflix Original that's making its way blindly through meme culture -- if you need a thriller, check it out. Plus Adriana gives a mini review of The Sinner, the latest from Jessica Biel!
We've been looking for a hilarious binge -- and boy does "Schitt's Creek" deliver! Plus, a mini-review of "Spiderman: Into the Spiderverse", which is perfect for the holiday season.
It's time for the history lesson you never received -- hand delivered by the incredible John Leguizamo. If you're a fan of the man/Latin America or are curious what a one-man-history show might look like, this is the special for you.
Though we saw this Netflix Original in theatres, don't let that stop you from listening. Alfonso Cuaron's latest work is one of the best films of the year -- and definitely worth of your time at the theatre or at home. We'll be watching this film again on December 14 when it's on Netflix.
We were frankly shocked when HoC dropped it's 6th season -- WTF happened over there?! We get pretty in deep about the legacy of House of Cards and our own personal attachment to the series... then we decide on Season 6.
This episode, we explore the work of two different types of queens: Freddy Mercury and Kathleen Zellner. Should you take the 10-hour leap into the second season of an unfolding tragedy of justice? Are you curious of all the nitty-gritty details of the Steven Avery and Brendan Dassey cases? We have MANY thoughts about the follow-up season and the new arguments it presents – thanks to the legal work of Queen Zellner. Plus a fun mini-review of "Bohemian Rhapsody" to get the conversation started!
Strap in for a long, spooky ride, fellow Chillers -- Zach & Adriana are back with their longest episode yet. Two Netflix Originals this time: a mini review of "Disenchantment" and a very deep-dive review of "The Haunting of Hill House". They spoil the hell out of "Hill House" though, so make sure you watch the series before listening to this whole NHNC ep.
It's time for a classic -- especially during this spooky Halloween season! Starting with a mini-review of "Tale of Tales" and ending with the quintessential vampire romance itself, this episode should have you quivering -- maybe in a homo-erotic way?!
Get ready for an effin' mind bender -- Netflix Original limited series "Maniac" is gonna keep us thinking for awhile. First 30 minutes are pretty much spoiler free (including a mini-review of current American Airlines films), then we dive deep into the themes and craziness. Buckle up, 'cause it'll be a bumpy ride.
Joe Rogan's latest special tackles the tense climate of 2018 and we're excited to chat about it. If you enjoy people (and pets) getting called on their bullshit, check it out. Also, an opening mini-review of Beyonce's OTRII concert and interdimensional empire.
The 90s are calling in this nostalgic throwback -- and spoiler: Adriana grew up watching this classic. Zach's never seen it, so listen as they reckon with the past -- and pre-history -- in this ep. Quote of the day: "Yabba Dabba Doo!"
Esta semana, olvida Rubi, olvida Soñadoras, olvida Betty La Fea -- no te pierdas el Netflix Original "La Casa De Las Flores". Definitely give this show a watch, especially if you're a lover of telenovelas/Mexico/great TV.
Oi there, 'ope you're havin' a right jolly good evenin' -- and ye should be watchin' a little Netflix original called "End of the F*cking World". Be warned though, this ep's got a right few bad words too, so don't be listenin' with the little wankers around, okeh?
Calling all David Foster Wallace fans, or people who love watching characters talk for 2 hours. Set primarily in 1996, "The End of the Tour" explores the joining of two Davids' lives for a few days, as lipsky tries to understand Foster Wallace. Times be tough for a successful author in the middle of the Illinois.
Adriana and Zach are recommending the Netflix Original "Amazing Interiors" this week. This show gives you the private tour of over 30 homes, all across the world and with a wide range of budgets. From insane fans to psychedelic wall art, these interiors often live up to the title.
Yo, Zach & Adriana just watched a trippy ass movie called "Under the Skin" starring Scarlet Johansson. More like Jo-ASS-son.
This episode features Zach & Adriana discussing the long-titled Netflix original "My Next Guest Needs No Introduction Starring David Letterman and his Beard".
This episode, Zach & Adriana discuss the indie film "The Vault", starring the older Franco brother with a very fake mustache.
In this episode, Zach & Adriana dive into the Netflix original series "Queer Eye", exploring the first season and the series as a whole.
In the very first episode of Netflix Has No Chill, Zach & Adriana discuss the Spanish film "Anacleto"... or "Spy Time" as it's poorly titled on American Netflix.
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Podcast Details

Created by
Zach Ragatz
Podcast Status
Jul 25th, 2018
Latest Episode
Feb 11th, 2019
Release Period
Avg. Episode Length
About 1 hour

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