Between The Hunt getting an official release, A Quiet Place 2 and Saint Maud, March has tons of fantastic horror in store for the most devoted of fans.
This year is chugging along with a quickness and that means it’s time to gear up for all things horror releasing in March. From A Quiet Place: Part II to Saint Maud and beyond, there is a lot to prepare for next month.
The highly-anticipated sequel to A Quiet Place aptly titled A Quiet Place: Part II will be released theatrically on March 20. The original cast is set to return, with John Krasinski also returning as the film’s writer and director.
Cillian Murphy and Djimon Hounsou also joined the cast in mysterious new roles. Part II will reveal how the deadly invasion actually happened in addition to expanding the film’s universe since the family will have to lead the safety of their former home.
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Saint Maud is A24’s next terrifying thriller. For those who enjoyed Hereditary and The Witch, this religious horror movie should be right up your alley. The film is set to debut in the United States on March 27 and then in the United Kingdom later this year, in May.
Netflix will, of course, have some new horror offerings for fans next month too, including season three of Castlevania, season two of Korean zombie series, Kingdom, and a new original film called Lost Girls. Castlevania will be released on March 5, and Kingdom on March 13.
Perhaps in the biggest news of all, Universal’s previously canceled film, The Hunt, which caused major controversy last year despite no one even seeing it — is back on track to be released on March 13. In an interview with Variety, Jason Blum and Damon Lindelof even argued that the film is “not dangerous,” and that they wanted President Trump to watch it — (last year Trump spoke out against the film and called it offensive to his followers).
Lost Girls is based on the book of the same name written by Robert Kolker. A mother becomes desperate to find her lost daughter and in the process unveils several unsolved murders of sex workers killed by the elusive Long Island serial killer. Lost Girls will release on March 13.
What horror content are you most looking forward to in March? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.