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Horror On Demand: Your helpful guide to all the best in horror movies and series, streaming across major digital platforms this month

It’s Oscar season! And, with an unprecedented representation of Horror/fantasy/fringe films from the Academy this year, it’s a great time to be a fan of the genre. In between binge watching all the Oscar nominated films you missed last year, take some time to enjoy all the great new genre content streaming on Netflix, Hulu, Shudder, Amazon and VOD this month.

NETFLIX AND KILL

Netflix is celebrating International Women’s Day all month long this March. In addition to a ton of great new films and series across a wide range of genres, we think you might enjoy the following horror and fringe titles. Our top recommendation is the smart and chilling psychological horror-thriller The Gift, written, co-produced, and directed by Joel Edgerton in his directorial debut.

  • Cruel Intentions 1-3 (March 1)
  • Ghostbusters 1 & 2 (March 1)
  • I Am Number Four (March 1)
  • The Descent 1 & 2 (March 1)
  • The Experiment (March 1)
  • The Fifth Estate (March 1)
  • The Gift (March 1)
  • The Lazarus Project (March 1)
  • Untraceable (March 1)
  • Les Affamés (March 2)
  • Aftershock (March 7)
  • Requiem: Season 1 (March 23)
  • Santa Clarita Diet: Season 2 (March 23)
  • Let Me In (March 31)

In case you missed it, click here to see what new titles were added last month. And check out the video below to see all the highlights for new movies and shows across all genres coming to Netflix in March.

STREAMING ON SHUDDER

If you’re a Horror fan who doesn’t have Shudder, to say you’re missing out would be a serious understatement. Dedicated exclusively to genre content, they have far and away the biggest and best, ever-changing selection of must see Horror films new and old. Here are just a handful of great, recently added films currently streaming on Shudder that are more than worth your time.

  • Dead Shack – SHUDDER EXCLUSIVE
  • Mayhem – SHUDDER EXCLUSIVE
  • Dead Body
  • Night of Something Strange
  • Congeria
  • Phenomena
  • Tenebrae
  • The Two Faces of January
  • Honeymoon
  • The Haunting in Connecticut
  • Bait
  • Demons 1 & 2
  • The Other Hell

HORROR ON HULU

There’s no shortage of new content on Hulu this month. We’re most excited to check out Boots on the Ground, the story of five British soldiers trying to stay alive on the last night of the Afghan War, facing not just the Taliban, but also supernatural forces more terrifying than anything they’ve encountered before.

  • 1984 (March 1)
  • Antitrust (March 1)
  • Bad Influence (March 1)
  • Body of Evidence (March 1)
  • Boots on the Ground (March 1)
  • Branded (March 1)
  • Breakdown (March 1)
  • Captivity (March 1)
  • Carriers (March 1)
  • Dream House Nightmare (March 1)
  • F/X 1 & 2 (March 1)
  • Fatal Instinct (March 1)
  • Finder’s Fee (March 1)
  • Jennifer 8 (March 1)
  • Love Crimes (March 1)
  • The Devil Inside  (March 1)
  • Twenty Twenty Four (March 1)
  • Where the Skin Lies (March 1)
  • Aftermath (March 8)
  • Knock Knock (March 8)
  • The Fog (March 15)
  • The Forgotten (March 15)
  • The Ghoul (March 31)

In case you missed it, click here to see what new titles were added last month.

AMAZON PICKS

While this month on Amazon is likely to be more exciting for fans of fantasy and adventure, with the release of Valerian and Power Rangers, there’s still a few genre (and genre-related) films headed your way. Though it’s mystery/drama rather than straight up horror, we’re pretty excited about November Criminals about a teenager who investigates the murder of his friend (based on the acclaimed novel). As for traditional horror, there’s not much. But Carriers (2009), about four friends fleeing a viral pandemic, looks promising.

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  • 1984 (March 1)
  • Antitrust (March 1)
  • Bad Influence (March 1)
  • Body of Evidence (March 1)
  • Breakdown  (March 1)
  • Captivity  (March 1)
  • Carriers  (March 1)
  • The Devil Inside  (March 1)
  • F/X 1 & 2  (March 1)
  • Fatal Instinct  (March 1)
  • Finder’s Fee  (March 1)
  • Jennifer 8  (March 1)
  • Little Ghost  (March 1)
  • Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets  (March 1)
  • Aftermath  (March 8)
  • Power Rangers (March 8)
  • November Criminals (March 10)
  • Crooked House (March 17)

In case you missed it, click here to see what new titles were added last month. And check out the video below to see all the highlights for new movies and shows across all genres coming to Prime in March.

MOVIES ON DEMAND

Terrifier

As usual, there’s plenty of killer stuff to catch on VOD this month, including the return of two popular horror franchises, Children of the Corn and Insidious. But we’re most excited for Mohawk, the latest film from visionary writer/director Ted Geoghegan (We Are Still Here), and Damien Leone’s Terrifier, the long anticipated film featuring Art the Clown (the maniacal, murderous clown from the horror anthology All Hallows’ Eve). 

  • Midnighters (March 2)
  • Mohawk (March 2)
  • Flay (March 6)
  • The Sandman (March 6)
  • Bird Boy (March 13)
  • Children of the Corn: Runaway (March 13)
  • Star Wars: The Last Jedi (March 13)
  • #Screamers (March 20)
  • Insidious: The Last Key (March 20)
  • The Endless (March 23)
  • Pyewacket (March 23)
  • Terrifier (March 27)

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