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28 Fresh Movies and Netflix Originals Streaming in March

by | March 6, 2018 | Comments

March is Oscar month, so a lot of the attention is going to be on the big films of the past year. That said, Netflix is adding plenty of classics and recent hits to their library in the coming weeks, and we’ve compiled the best of the bunch into the handy list below. Read on for all of the Fresh and Certified Fresh titles coming to Netflix in March, as well as a number of their more notable original films and series.

March 1 – March 4


Ghostbusters (1984 Original) (1984) 97%

A sublime blend of witty banter and inspired special effects, Ghostbusters remains one of the most beloved comedies of the 1980s. Ghostbusters 2… exists, and is also streaming on Netflix now.

Available 3/1 on Netflix: Ghostbusters, Ghostbusters 2

The Gift (2015) 92%

Simon (Jason Bateman) has a seemingly chance encounter with Gordo (Edgerton), an old high school classmate. But Gordo starts showing up everywhere Simon goes, and Simon begins to suspect more sinister motives.

Available 3/1 on: Netflix

Up in the Air (2009) 91%

George Clooney and Anna Kendrick star in Jason Reitman’s multiple Oscar-nominated film about a a corporate frequent flyer tasked with firing people who is forced to reevaluate his life when his company cuts back on travel and he runs into someone from his past.

Available 3/1 on: Netflix

Moon (2009) 90%

Sam Rockwell stars in Duncan Jones’ sci-fi drama about an astronaut nearing the end of a long solo mission on the moon who begins experiencing odd phenomenon and discovers the company he works for may not have been entirely forthcoming about the nature of his employment.

Available 3/1 on: Netflix

Adventureland (2009) 88%

Jesse Eisenberg and Kristen Stewart star in Greg Mottola’s coming-of-age dramedy about a college grad in 1987 who is forced to give up a European summer vacation to work a thankless minimum-wage job at an amusement park.

Available 3/1 on: Netflix

The Descent (2006) 85%

Neil Marshall’s intense horror film follows a group of female spelunkers who find themselves trapped deep in a cave with bloodthirsty creatures when a rock fall blocks their exit.

Available 3/1 on: Netflix

Forgetting Sarah Marshall (2008) 83%

Jason Segel and Mila Kunis star in this romantic comedy about a heartbroken TV composer who follows his ex on a trip to Hawaii and ends up falling in love with a local girl.

Available 3/1 on: Netflix

Casino (1995) 80%

Robert De Niro, Sharon Stone, Joe Pesci, and James Woods star in Martin Scorsese’s epic drama about the rise and fall of an expert bookmaker and the colorful characters who made a killing in Las Vegas’ more lawless days.

Available 3/1 on: Netflix

Revolutionary Road (2008) 67%

Titanic lovers Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet reunite in Sam Mendes’ suburban drama about a 1950s-era married couple whose relationship steadily deteriorates as they fall into the same conventional life they swore never to live.

Available 3/1 on: Netflix

Jackass: Number Two (2006) 64%

Johnny Knoxville, Steve-O, Bam Margera, and the rest of MTV’s Jackass gang come together for another round of over-the-top hijinks.

Available 3/1 on: Netflix

300 (2007) 60%

Gerard Butler, Lena Headey, and Dominic West star in Zack Snyder’s highly stylized adaptation of the graphic novel that retells the story of the legendary Battle of Thermopylae.

Available 3/1 on: Netflix

Flint Town: Season 1 (2018) 95%

This Netflix original docmuentary series focuses on the police department of Flint, MI, one of the most violent cities in the US, in the wake of the much publicized water crisis.

Available 3/2 on: Netflix

Ravenous (Les affamés) (2018) 87%

This apocalyptic horror film from Canada follows the residents of a small Quebec town as they reckon with an outbreak of a disease that turns its victims into zombie-like creatures.

Available 3/2 on: Netflix

March 5 – March 11


Benji (1974) 86%

This canine classic follows the titular stray dog, who goes about a pleasant daily routine visiting his human friends until the two children belonging to the family he hopes will adopt him are kidnapped, and he springs into action.

Available 3/6 on: Netflix

My Next Guest Needs No Introduction With David Letterman: Season 1 (2018) 81%

David Letterman’s Netflix-produced talk show features hourlong episodes dedicated to special guests, which include Barack Obama and George Clooney so far.

Available 3/8 on: Netflix

Marvel's Jessica Jones: Season 2 (2018) 83%

Krysten Ritter stars in Marvel’s Netflix series about an alcoholic private detective with super strength who, in season 2, attempts to unravel the mysteries of her own past.

Available 3/8 on: Netflix

Love: Season 3 (2018) 100%

Paul Rust and Gillian Jacobs star in this Netflix original comedy about two thirtysomethings who bond after they both experience bad break-ups, then support each other as they navigate romance, at first with others and eventually with each other.

Available 3/8 on: Netflix

The Outsider (2018) 17%

Jared Leto and Tadanobu Asano star in this Netflix original drama about an American solder imprisoned in post-WWII Japan who seeks to repay his debt to the Yakuza for helping to facilitate his early release.

Available 3/8 on: Netflix

March 12 – March 18


Ricky Gervais: Humanity (2018) 47%

In the latest Netflix-produced stand-up comedy special, Gervais performs in front of a London audience and covers subjects like aging and having children.

Available 3/13 on: Netflix

Jackass 3.5 (2011) 60%

The Jackass gang get together yet again to pull pranks and find creative ways to hit each other in the nuts, because we apparently just can’t get enough of that.

Available 3/15 on: Netflix

Benji (2018) 60%

Remember the 1974 Benji? The one further up on this same list? This is Netflix’s own remake of the story, with essentially the same plot points, except it’s set in New Orleans.

Available 3/16 on: Netflix

March 19 – March 25


In Search of Fellini (2017) 89%

Maria Bello and Ksenia Solo star in this coming-of-age drama about an Ohio girl who falls in love with the films of Federico Fellini and travels to Italy to find him.

Available 3/19 on: Netflix

Roxanne Roxanne (2018) 70%

Newcomer Chanté Adams stars in this biopic of female rapper Lolita Gooden, better known as Roxanne Shanté, who rose from the projects of Queens, NY to become a hip-hop star during the 1980s. Mahershala Ali and Nia Long co-star.

Available 3/23 on: Netflix

Requiem: Season 1 (2018) 75%

Lydia Wilson stars in this Netflix original drama (imported from the UK) about a cellist dealing with the sudden suicide of her mother and the mysteries about her past that spring up in the wake of the incident.

Available 3/23

Santa Clarita Diet: Season 2 (2018) 89%

Drew Barrymore and Timothy Olyphant star in this Netflix original horror-comedy about a suburban couple dealing with the wife’s sudden appetite for human flesh.

Available 3/23 on: Netflix

Game Over, Man! (2018) 19%

Workaholics stars Adam Devine, Anders Holm, and Blake Anderson headline this Netflix original action comedy about a trio of losers who find the heroes inside them when the hotel where they work is overtaken by terrorists.

Available 3/23 on: Netflix

March 26 – March 31


Let Me In (2010) 88%

Kodi Smit-McPhee and Chloë Grace Moretz star in Matt Reeves’ remake of the acclaimed Swedish horror drama Let the Right One In, about a bullied boy who befriends the young vampire girl who moves into his building.

Available 3/31 on: Netflix

A Series of Unfortunate Events: Season 2 (2018) 94%

Neil Patrick Harris stars in this Netflix original series — based on the children’s book series — about three orphans who are put in the care of their evil distant cousin.

Available 3/30 on: Netflix

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