Films coming to Netflix in March 2018
Spring is just around the corner and to celebrate, Netflix has an eclectic film line-up in March to capture the mood.
From sci-fi horror to heroic stray dogs, there’s something for all of you to binge watch during March on Netflix. We'll kick off with some Netflix Original movies.
Les Affames (available from 2 March)
French-Canadian indie film, winner of the best first feature prize at the Toronto Film Festival for writer-director Robin Aubert. Les Affames (Ravenous) tells the story of a small remote village in upstate Quebec that becomes consumed by a zombie plague. The survivors flee into the nearby woods to join forces and claim their town back. It all sounds oddly familiar...
The Outsider (from 9 March)
A crime thriller-drama starring Jared Leto. An American prisoner of war in post-war Japan is set free by his cellmate and enters the dark world of organised crime, adopting the ‘yakuza’ way of life in repayment for his freedom.
Annihilation (from 12 March)
A sci-fi horror film written and directed by Alex Garland (The Beach). It stars Natalie Portman, Jennifer Jason Leigh and Oscar Isaac. A biologist volunteers for an expedition into ‘The Shimmer’, a mysterious quarantined zone full of mutating landscapes and creatures.
Benji (from 16 March)
A reboot of the 1974 film of the same name, the film tells the story of a stray dog called Benji who foils a kidnap plot resulting in his adoption into a caring, loving family. The film stars Kiele Sanchez and Gabriel Bateman.
Game Over, Man (from 23 March)
An action-comedy film starring Adam Devine (Pitch Perfect), Jere Burns (Breaking Bad) and Blake Anderson (Workaholics). Three friends are on the verge of getting their video game financed when their benefactor is taken hostage by terrorists. Did the terrorists mess with the wrong computer geeks?
First Match (from 30 March)
Starring Elvire Emmanuel and Jared Kemp. Hardened by years in foster care, a teenage girl from Brooklyn decides that wrestling boys is the only way back to her estranged father.
Happy Anniversary (from 30 March)
Starring Annie Potts (Toy Story) and Joe Pantoliano (The Sopranos). A couple spend their third year anniversary together quarrelling and wondering whether they should just break up.
Classic movies and more
In addition to the original movies there’s a whole host of classics for you to binge on including a couple of Stephen King horrors – Carrie and Misery. There’s also Guardians Of The Galaxy, Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2 and Kramer Vs Kramer, plus many, many more.
If you’re not currently a Netflix subscriber but fancy taking the plunge, here’s how you do it. First of all, as a streaming video service, all you need beforehand is a solid internet connection. Netflix currently has three subscription plans. The cheapest allows viewers to watch on one device at a time in standard definition and costs £5.99 a month. For £7.99 a month viewers can watch in HD and on two devices at a time. For £9.99 a month you get to watch in Ultra HD where available, plus on four screens at a time.
After a one-month free trial, you’re automatically switched to the £7.99 per month package. You can view or change your payment plan in their account settings. Go to 'Change Plan' to find out more.
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