New Releases On Netflix For March 2016 To Be Addicted To

Pop the popcorn, it's time for the list of the new releases on Netflix for March 2016. Included this month are sci-fi, slapstick comedy & creepy thrillers.

New releases on Netflix for March 2016 are here! Pop the popcorn, cause Netflix is again adding some cool television shows and movies you need to add to your list. This month we see some great sci-fi shows and movies including Season 2 of Marvel’s Daredevil and two Star Trek movies. There are also many new slapstick comedies to make you feel better about your life, plus a few creepy horror flicks. I’ve also included what’s leaving at the end of February so you can watch them one last time and wipe away your tears for your favorites before they are gone. Ready? Here are the new releases on Netflix for March 2016.

New Releases On Netflix For March 2016 To Be Addicted To

March 1st

  • American Pie Presents: Beta House
  • American Pie Presents: The Naked Mile
  • Fresh Meat: Season 2
  • Good Burger
  • Road Trip: Beer Pong
  • Star Trek: The Motion Picture
  • Star Trek: The Wrath of Khan

Beta House is the 3rd movie installment from the movie series American Pie, and The Naked Mile is the 5th installment in the movie series. Expect lots of slapstick humor. the American Pie sequels can be even more crude than the original movies, but they are good for a laugh. Fresh Meat focuses on the adventures of six students at Manchester Medlock University. Good Burger is a comedy about working at a burger joint and includes Kenan Thompsan, who is now on SNL. This movie is a slapstick sketch comedy show that was on Nickelodeon in the nineties. Beer Pong is a 2009 sequel to the 2000 Road Trip movie, so another slapstick comedy full of crass but funny humor. I love these movies with jokes that are “so bad it hurts” types comedies to pick up my mood sometimes.

Moving on to sci-fi, we are also adding Star Trek: The Motion Picture is a 1979 film and the first in the Star Trek movie series. The Wrath of Khan is from 1982 and is the second film in the series. TBH Star Trek: The Motion Picture was the first Star Trek movie, and all the wow was about getting Star Trek to the movie screen originally, so the plot is a little lacking. Star Trek: The Wrath of Khan, on the other hand, had an amazing storyline with lots of twists and turns. Star Trek: The Wrath of Khan can stand alone, so don’t feel like you MUST watch the original before watching the much better second movie.

March 7th

  • Halo: The Fall of Reach

Halo: The Fall of Reach is a sci-fi mini-series based on the Halo video game series and adapted from one of the Halo books. This series focuses on the creation of Spartan 117 who is known as The Master Chief. This miniseries is animated, but it is no kids show.

March 15th

  • 10,000 Saints
  • Final Girl

10,000 Saints is a 2015 drama movie is about a teenager named Jude, who heads to New York’s East Village to live with his absent father. Jude explores the city and meets some equally not quite balanced friends who add more drama to his life. Final Girl is an action horror thriller movie starring Abigail Breslin, Wes Bentley, and Alexander Ludwig. Final Girl is about a teen who has been trained to be an assassin. When a group of sadistic teen boys who kill their victims in the woods tries to lure Veronica into the woods. The boys don’t realize that they are now Veronica’s final assassin test. Though I’m not a huge horror movie fan (though I do like Zombies!), I want to catch this one.

March 16th

  • Charlie St. Cloud

Charlie St. Cloud is a 2010 supernatural romantic drama movie with Zach Efron and Amanda Crew. Charlie is in a car crash with his brother Sam and survives, but after the crash only he can see Sam.

March 18th

  • Marvel’s Daredevil: Season 2

Marvel’s Daredevil is a Netflix original series based on the Daredevil characters from Marvel Comics. Daredevil is a man who was blinded when he was young, but it gives him the ability to use other senses in superhuman ways. He stalks the city using his superhuman powers to deliver justice. This is one you need to see.

March 22nd

  • The Ouija Experiment 2: Theatre of Death

The Ouija Experiment 2 features a clan of young people in a movie theater, who are trapped when an evil spirit is extracted from an Ouija board. So there’s that… Good to creep your friends out for a sleepover?

Last Call: Leaving In March To Make Room For New Releases On Netflix For March 2016

Netflix is cleaning house. (No, Fuller House is still coming out this month, and we are not sure if it lives up to the hype yet!) Here is what is leaving this month to make room for all the new releases on Netflix for March 2016.

Leaving March 1st

  • American Pie
  • American Wedding
  • Gone in 60 Seconds
  • Hackers
  • Hitch
  • Master of the Universe
  • Not Another Teen Movie
  • The United States of Leland

Leaving March 4th

  • Getting Go: The Go Doc Project

Leaving March 6th

  • Refuge

Leaving March 11th

  • Geography Club

Leaving March 18th

  • Side Effects

Leaving March 31st

  • Twelve Mile Road

I better catch up on the first American Pie and American wedding before watching the sequels. I’m a little sad to see Master of the Universe leave, but I’ll let it go in exchange for some binge watching of the new sci-fi movies and shows.

What are you happy to see as a New Releases On Netflix for March 2016? Anything you are jumping up in down in excitement to see, or crying because it’s leaving this month? Tell me in the comments!

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4 thoughts on “New Releases On Netflix For March 2016 To Be Addicted To

  1. Thanks so much for sharing. I’ve been scouring the internet to find movies on Netflix to watch this weekend because it’s going to be cold out.

    1. Happy Movie Marathon Day! Netflix always seems to come to the rescue when I need it most. 🙂

  2. Thanks for giving out the list! It would be nice to have something to look forward to this March. I can’t wait for movie night with the kids.

  3. I am a Trekkie so I love being able to see the movies. I like the list. Sounds like some good ones.

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