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All the Horror You Need to Stream in March 2022

From creepy collections to spooky selections, here’s what’s new in the world of horror this month.
Streaming Horror March 2022
By  · Published on March 1st, 2022

Welcome to Horrorscope, a monthly column keeping horror nerds and initiates up to date on all the horror content coming to and leaving from your favorite streaming services. Here’s all the essential horror streaming in March 2022:

Hello, friends. (Or is it fiends?)

Entering March, we must steel ourselves for the death throes of winter. Much like a slasher villain, winter has a habit of playing dead only to lurch back to life with surprise snowstorms, flash-freezes, and sub-zero temperatures. Do not fall for fakeout spring! It is a ruse!

If you’re looking for a way to ride out these final frigid weeks, you’re in luck if you’re a horror fan. March brings gory gifts in the form of collections, new releases, and previously un-streamable new finds.

Be sure to peruse the complete list below, calendar in hand, for a full picture of what horror movies are coming and going from your favorite streaming services in March 2022. Keep in mind that all dates listed below may not apply to viewers outside the US.

March 2022 Horror Streaming Cheat Sheet

Horror Streaming Highlights for March 2022

Pick of the Month: Arrebato


Synopsis: A low-budget horror director named José Sirgado (Eusebio Poncela) has a hard time keeping his head on straight. His heroin habit has left him in shambles, with a poor grip on reality and a string of shattered relationships. Then, one day, José comes across a new exhilarating habit: a creative team up with a vampiric filmmaker named Pedro (Will More) with an interest in time-lapse photography. Falling head-first down a rabbit hole where addiction and obsession are one and the same, José becomes overwhelmed by a mysterious red frame that has infiltrated their films.

Quasi lyrical and rumored to have been created under the influence of … several substances…, to call Arrebato hallucinatory is an understatement. While filmmakers are often ready to trip over themselves to sing the praises of their artistic medium, Arrebato (along with its closest cousins, Videodrome and Peeping Tom), is patently terrified about the insidious power of the moving image. Directed by Iván Zulueta (who readers may be more familiar with as the psychedelic poster designer behind Pedro Almodóvar’s early underground films), Arrebato is the final word on cinemania (cinephilia’s dark, paranoid alter-ego). A draining, clammy fever dream in the best way possible, Arrebato is one of the finest examples of “cinema as a drug” you’re liable to find.

Available on The Criterion Channel beginning March 17th.

Ah, the skin… an ill-fitting garment for this sordid existence


Synopsis: Hey, are you tired of feeling safe, secure, and comfy in the fleshy meat prison known as your body? Are you one of those unflappable horror fans who barely balk at a good old-fashioned dismemberment or overblown slasher kill? Well, boy, oh boy, have we got the curated collection for you. Enter: the New French Extremity.

First coined (as a pejorative) by Artforum critic James Quandt in 2004, the New French Extremity describes a collection of transgressive films that emerged out of France in the 21st century. Boasting a disturbing lack of humanity and an apparent allergy to keeping the skin on the body, films of The New French Extremity have been described as a “cinema of the body” for a reason. Namely, in that they are actively interested in desecrating the human form in a multitude of upsetting, visceral, and unceremonious ways.

By the way, if you’re wondering what the Old French Extremity is, The Independent‘s Jonathan Romney puts it that there has existed a (mostly French) conglomerate of freaks since at least as far back as the Marquis de Sade.

If none of this has scared you off yet, then good news: the sadists over at Shudder are shining a spotlight on essential titles from the boundary-pushing wave of genre films. All the titles below are available to stream stateside, and Yankees would do well to note the presence of Julien Maury’s Livid (pictured above), which was previously unavailable to stream in the US.

Shudder’s “Modern French Horror Collection” will also add the following titles to the service: Inside, High Tension, Bastards, Trouble Every Day, Evolution, Frontier(s), and MartyrsThese films join the following films previously available on Shudder, also featured in the collection: Adoration, The Advent Calendar, Among the Living, Brotherhood of the Wolf, Islands, Kandisha, Knife + Heart, Sheitan, The Strange Color of Your Body’s Tears, Let the Corpses Tan, Teddy, Terror Sisters, Them, and Zombi Child.

Available on Shudder starting March 1st.

Push the boundaries of taste and decency with the beginner’s guide to Spanish madman Jesús Franco

The Awful Dr Orlof streaming horror March 2022

Synopsis: That’s right we’re spoiling you with not one but TWO collections this month. We encourage you to seek out this marvelous library of films from the prolific Spanish king of low-budget erotic horror, Jess (Jesús) Franco. 

If a New French Extremity collection is a little too “mainstream” for you, fear not. Or wait, do. Because nothing will put the fear of no-budget genre god into you quite like the work of Jesús Franco, a filmmaker who made well over 1980 films spanning sexploitation, horror, and (get this) horror-sexploitation. The “Nightmares Come at Night: The Jess Franco Collection” is a surefire way to push the boundaries of taste and decency in the most fun way possible. A workaholic who appeared to be bound by some hilariously specific demonic contract to make as many B-movies as possible, what Franco lacked in funds he more than made up for in contagious zeal.

Titles include: Oasis of the Living Dead, The Awful Dr. Orlof, Nightmares Come at Night, Eugenie De Sade, The Sadist Baron von Klaus.

Available on ARROW starting March 1st.

What’s better than this? Guys being dudes who try to pull off the perfect murder and then host a dinner party on their victim’s corpse?


Synopsis: Two gay lovers — uh, I mean *very close friends* — strangle their former prep school classmate in their Manhattan penthouse apartment. The crime, they tell themselves, is an intellectual exercise, an aesthete’s attempt to establish their superiority by pulling off the perfect murder. Part of the morbid song and dance is to host a dinner party with their victim’s parents and fiancée, the corpse hidden just out of sight in the chest beneath the table cloth. Also present at the wildly tense get-together is the pair’s prep-school headmaster, Ruper Cadell (James Stewart), who inadvertently planted the murderous seeds in the young boys’ minds all those years ago.

Based on Patrick Hamilton’s 1929 play of the same name,  Rope (1948) marks the second of Alfred Hitchcock‘s single-locale features (the first being the wildly underrated Lifeboat). Comprised of 10 long takes stitched together to give the impression of one continuous, feature-length shot, Rope is quietly suspenseful and loudly queer in a way that’ll have you shaking in your boots. At a brisk 80-minutes, you can’t afford not to watch Rope, quite frankly.

Available on Peacock beginning March 1st.

Streamable Horror Incoming This Month

Fresh blood: A list of all the horror content coming to streaming services in March 2022.
DateMovieStreaming Service
March 1Crimson (1973)ARROW
March 1Black Magic Rites (1973)ARROW
March 1Dr. Jekyll’s Mistress (1964)ARROW
March 1Female Vampire (1973)ARROW
March 1Nightmares Come at Night (1970)ARROW
March 1Oasis of the Living Dead (1982)ARROW
March 1The Awful Dr Orloff (1962)ARROW
March 1The Sadistic Baron von Klaus (1962)ARROW
March 1A Virgin Among the Living Dead (1973)ARROW
March 1Eugenie de Sade (1973)ARROW
March 1The Demoniacs (1974)ARROW
March 7Deadline (1980)ARROW
March 7Hollywood Horror House (1970)ARROW
March 7Night Owl (1993)ARROW
March 7The Corruption of Chris Miller (1973)ARROW
March 7Star Time (1992)ARROW
March 11The Beta Test (2021)ARROW
March 14The Testament of Dr Mabuse (1933)ARROW
March 14Dr Mabuse the Gambler (1922)ARROW
March 21The Cabinet of Dr Caligari (1920)ARROW
March 21The Golem (1920)ARROW
March 21The Hands of Orlac (1924)ARROW
March 1Murders in the Zoo (1933)The Criterion Channel
March 2Eve’s Bayou (1997)The Criterion Channel
March 17Arrebato (1979)The Criterion Channel
March 1Resident Evil (1996)HBO Max
March 1Resident Evil: Afterlife (2010)HBO Max
March 1Resident Evil: Apocalypse (2004)HBO Max
March 1Resident Evil: Damnation (2012)HBO Max
March 1Resident Evil: Extinction (2007)HBO Max
March 1Resident Evil: Retribution (2012)HBO Max
March 1Urban Legend (1998)HBO Max
March 2Blade II (2002)HBO Max
March 18Halloween Kills (2021)HBO Max
March 1Blue Velvet (1986)Hulu
March 1Edward Scissorhands (1990)Hulu
March 1Flatliners (1990)Hulu
March 1Fright Night (1985)Hulu
March 1Ghoulies (1985)Hulu
March 1Land of the Dead (2005)Hulu
March 1The Omen (1976)Hulu
March 1Predators (2010)Hulu
March 1Tim Burton's Corpse Bride (2005)Hulu
March 1The Woman in Black (2002)Hulu
March 3Oculus (2013)Hulu
March 1Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter (2012)IMDb TV
March 1Beautiful Creatures (2013)IMDb TV
March 1Black Sheep (1996)IMDb TV
March 1Deep Blue Sea (1999)IMDb TV
March 1The Fourth Kind (2009)IMDb TV
March 1Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit (2005)IMDb TV
March 19The Invisible Man (2020)IMDb TV
March 1A Nightmare on Elm Street (2010)Netflix
March 1A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984)Netflix
March 1Freddy vs. Jason (2003)Netflix
March 1Blue Velvet (1986)Paramount+
March 1Edward Scissorhands (1990)Paramount+
March 1Flatliners (unclear which version)Paramount+
March 1Ghoulies (1984)Paramount+
March 1Scary Movie 3 (2003)Paramount+
March 1The Omen (unclear which version)Paramount+
March 1The Woman in Black (unclear which version)Paramount+
March 1The Birds (1963)Peacock
March 1Hitchcock: Rear Window (1954) Peacock
March 1Hitchcock: Rope (1948)Peacock
March 1Hitchcock: Vertigo (1958)Peacock
March 1Leprechaun (1993) Peacock
March 1Leprechaun II (1994)Peacock
March 1Leprechaun III (1995) Peacock
March 1Leprechaun 4: Lost in Space (1997)Peacock
March 1Leprechaun V: In the Hood (2000)Peacock
March 1Leprechaun VI: Back 2 Tha Hood (2003)Peacock
March 1Psycho (1960)Peacock
March 1Seven (1995)Peacock
March 1Sinister (2012)Peacock
March 1Underworld (2003)Peacock
March 1Underworld Awakening (2012) Peacock
March 1Underworld: Blood Wars (2016)Peacock
March 1Van Helsing (2004)Peacock
March 1Zombieland (2009)Peacock
March 1Prometheus (2012)Prime Video
March 1Chronicle (2012)Prime Video
March 1​​Blacula (1972)Prime Video
March 1Scream, Blacula, Scream! (1973)Prime Video
March 1The Town That Dreaded Sundown (Unclear which version)Shudder
March 1Inside (2007)Shudder
March 1Livid (2011)Shudder
March 1Frontier(s) (2007)Shudder
March 1Martyrs (2008)Shudder
March 1Irreversible (2002)Shudder
March 1High Tension (2003)Shudder
March 1Darkman (1990)Shudder
March 1Darkman II: The Return of the Durant (1995)Shudder
March 1Darkman III: Die Darkman Die (1996)Shudder
March 1Death Drop Gorgeous (2020)Shudder
March 1Trouble Every Day (2001)Shudder
March 1Bastards (2013)Shudder
March 1Évolution (2015)Shudder
March 3The Scary of Sixty-First (2022)Shudder
March 7The Nightmare (2015)Shudder
March 7Memory: The Origins of Alien (2019)Shudder
March 7Darling (2015)Shudder
March 7Corporate Animals (2019)Shudder
March 10The Seed (2022)Shudder
March 14Triangle (2009)Shudder
March 14Dario Argento’s Trauma (1993)Shudder
March 14Home With a View of a Monster (2019)Shudder
March 14Hounds of Love (2016)Shudder
March 14Tragedy Girls (2017)Shudder
March 17The Bunker Game (2022)Shudder
March 21Siege (1983)Shudder
March 21Birth of the Living Dead (2013)Shudder
March 21Await Further Instructions (2018)Shudder
March 24The Spine of Night (2022)Shudder
March 25Extra Ordinary (2019)Shudder
March 28Blood Conscious (2021)Shudder
March 28Minor Premise (2020)Shudder
March 28Eaten Alive (1976)Shudder
March 31Night’s End (2022)Shudder
March 1Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1992)Tubi
March 1Constantine (2005)Tubi
March 1Hellboy (2019)Tubi
March 1I Am Legend (2009)Tubi
March 1Eve's Bayou (1997)Tubi
March 1Edward Scissorhands (1990)Tubi
March 1Anacondas: Trail of Blood (2009)Tubi
March 1Anacondas: The Hunt for the Blood Orchid (2004)Tubi
March 1Deep Rising (1998)Tubi
March 1Final Destination (2000)Tubi
March 1Final Destination (2003)Tubi
March 1It (1990)Tubi
March 1Lake Placid 2 (2003)Tubi
March 1Lake Placid 3 (2010)Tubi
March 1Lake Placid: The Final Chapter (2012)Tubi
March 1The Eye (2008)Tubi
March 1Valentine (2001)Tubi
March 1Alien: Resurrection (1997)Tubi
March 1Alien 3 (1992)Tubi
March 4Death Link (2021)Tubi

Horror Titles Expiring from Streaming Soon

DateMovieStreaming Service
March 31Blindness (2008)HBO MAX
March 31Evil Dead 2 (1987)HBO MAX
March 31Firestarter (1984) HBO MAX
March 31The Evil Dead (1983)HBO MAX
March 31The Rite (2011)HBO MAX
March 23The Addams Family (2019)Hulu
March 31Blue Velvet (1986)Hulu
March 31The Crazies (2010)Hulu
March 31Edward Scissorhands (1990)Hulu
March 31Flatliners (1990)Hulu
March 31Ghoulies (1985)Hulu
March 31The Omen (1976)Hulu
March 31Phenomenon (1996)Hulu
March 31Red Eye (2005)Hulu
March 31Victor Frankenstein (2015)Hulu
March 31Within (2016)Hulu
March 31Eight Legged Freaks (2002)Netflix
March 31Gremlins (1984)Netflix
March 31Paranormal Activity (2007)Netflix
March 31Interview with the Vampire (1994)Netflix

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Meg Shields is the humble farm boy of your dreams and a senior contributor at Film School Rejects. She currently runs three columns at FSR: The Queue, How'd They Do That?, and Horrorscope. She is also a curator for One Perfect Shot and a freelance writer for hire. Meg can be found screaming about John Boorman's 'Excalibur' on Twitter here: @TheWorstNun. (She/Her).