Almost 30 years since the Critters last terrorized theaters in Critters 4, the intergalactic monsters are back in March in a new Shudder exclusive series, Critters: A New Binge.
Vincent D’Onofrio returns to the Western genre with his Magnificent Seven co-stars Ethan Hawke and Chris Pratt for a new spin on the Billy the Kid story, with Dane Dehaan as Billy the Kid, in The Kid.
Bone Tomahawk and Brawl in Cell Block 99 director S. Craig Zahler is back in March with Mel Gibson and Vince Vaughn as corrupt LAPD partners in Dragged Across Concrete.
Kevin Costner and Woody Harrelson team up as the ex-Texas Rangers turned “special investigators” who tracked down the infamous Bonnie & Clyde in March’s Netflix Original, The Highwaymen.
Ben Affleck, Oscar Isaac, Pedro Pascal, Garrett Hedlund, and Charlie Hunnam assemble to try and pull off a massive heist of drug cartel cash in South America in next month’s Netflix action/heist thriller Triple Frontier.
The unbelievably bad-ass looking Triple Threat is finally arriving in March this year and features Iko Uwais, Tiger Chen and Tony Jaa battling Michael Jai White, Scott Adkins, Michael Bisping, and Jeeja Yanin.
Based on the 2011 thriller from Joe Wright, Amazon is bringing Hanna to Prime Video in March with a new original series starring Esme Creed-Miles, Mireille Enos and Joel Kinnaman.
Tim Miller and David Fincher are bringing what looks like an insane group of animated sci-fi shorts to Netflix in March with the anthology series Love, Death and Robots.
A new group of vampiric roommates is the subject of a new mockumentary in the TV follow-up to What We Do in the Shadows, arriving on FX in March.
JCVD is a soldier who returns back to the States and moves into a Washington DC neighborhood run by MS-13. His path crosses with two boys who are looking to escape the gang life and JCVD may be the only who can take on the gang and get them out in We Die Young.