movies coming to Netflix in March 2018

February is almost over – time to make way for March. And with the new month comes a whole new slew of TV shows and movies coming to Netflix.

March is bringing a ton of new Netflix originals as the streaming service continues to grow its brand, but there are familiar films here as well. There’s something for everyone (sort of). March is ushering in the new season of the best Marvel TV show, a violent gangster epic from Martin Scorsese (guess which one!), a modern sci-fi masterpiece, a hilarious cult comedy, and a nerve-jangling horror movie. There’s other stuff too, and you can see it all below. Check out the best new TV shows and movies coming to Netflix in March 2018.

The Best TV Shows and Movies Coming to Netflix in March 2018

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Jessica Jones Season 2

The best Marvel TV show (don’t @ me) is returning for its second season, and I am here for it. Krysten Ritter is back as Jessica Jones, the hard-drinking, hard-punching superhero private eyeJessica Jones season 2 will find Jessica dealing with the emotional fallout from having killed her long-time abuser and enemy Killgrave (David Tennant). Along the way, she’ll get involved with a new case that traces its roots all the way up to the shadowy scientists who made her what she is. The first season of Jessica Jones was phenomenal, putting all the other Netflix Marvel shows to shame. The second season promises more of the same. Sorry, Iron Fist fans.

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Martin Scorsese‘s epic, ultra-violent crime saga chronicling the rise and fall of Las Vegas may not be as well-renowned as GoodFellas, but it’s a masterpiece nonetheless. One could argue that there’s just too much going on in this film, but the excess is essential to the story. It is, after all, a story about excess. And also heads in vices. Robert De Niro and Joe Pesci are together again, playing a pair of crooks who take over Las Vegas. Sharon Stone landed an Oscar nomination for her part as De Niro’s troubled wife. Casino unfolds like a huge, expansive novel in film form, so when you watch this thing (and you should) be sure to block out a few hours. You won’t regret it.

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Duncan Jones broke into filmmaking with this brilliant, eerie one-man-show. Moon stars Sam Rockwell as an astronaut on a base on the moon. His three-year shift is almost up, and he’s about to go home to earth. Then something very strange happens. I’m being deliberately vague here, because if you haven’t seen Moon yet, part of the fun is being caught-off-guard by its many surprises. I can tell you this: Rockwell’s performance is fantastic, and makes the film worth watching on its own. But beyond his performance is an expertly crafted sci-fi film.

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Wet Hot American Summer

Take a trip back to Camp Firewood with David Wain‘s hysterical cult comedy Wet Hot American Summer. Low on budget and low on plot, this consistently hilarious, frequently absurd comedy features a group of teenagers (played by people in the 30s) trying to get through the last day of summer camp. Featuring  Janeane Garofalo, David Hyde Pierce, Molly Shannon, Paul Rudd, Christopher Meloni, Michael Showalter and Elizabeth BanksWet Hot American Summer is like a who’s who of funny people.

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The Descent 

If it’s something scary you’re looking for, search no further than Neil Marshall‘s The Descent. Marshall’s disturbing chiller tells the tale of a group of female spelunkers who get together and explore the worst possible cave on earth. What should be a bonding experience turns into a nightmare as the women run afoul of hideous, nightmarish creatures lurking in all that endless darkness. This is a tense, claustrophobic horror flick that will give you the creeps from beginning to end.

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