Tubi has released their schedule for March, and it includes some horror/thriller originals as well as films we all know and love. Tubi is everyone’s favorite free movie-streaming app, and they are known for their vast library of films from every genre.
Obviously, our readers are most interested in the horror and thriller content, so let’s take a look at what is being added in March.
Tubi Original Deadly Estate begins streaming on March 3. A hotel manager finds herself unfairly blamed for murder, and discovers a crime ring operating in the hotel during her attempts to clear her name.
You’re Not Alone is another Tubi Original, which makes its debut on March 10. In this thriller, Mitchell is heading home from a business trip. A flight delay means that his daughter Alexis, who is under house arrest, has to be alone that night. When Mitchell’s flight is in the air, he checks his home security system by cell phone, and sees a stranger break into the house.
The following films will all hit Tubi on March 1:
All Hallows Eve and All Hallows Eve 2 – These two films were the precursors to the popular Terrifier films. Art the Clown made his first appearance in All Hallows Eve, in which two children get a VHS tape dropped in their trick-or-treat bag. They convince their babysitter to let them watch the tape, which includes three stories featuring Art the Clown.
Brightburn – In this super hero/horror mashup, a childless couple find an infant aboard a crashed spaceship, and decide to raise him as their own. Unlike Clark Kent, however, “Brandon” explores the dark side of his powers.
Carrie (1976), The Rage: Carrie 2, and Carrie (2002) – Carrie White is bullied in high school, as are many teenage girls. Unfortunately for the bullies, Carrie is just discovering her special powers, and prom ends in disaster.
Deep Blue Sea – A team of scientists are researching mako sharks in an underwater lab, hoping to find a cure for Alzheimer’s. Things go awry when the sharks they have genetically engineered go rogue.
Don’t Breathe – This intense film is the exact opposite of a slow burn. Rocky (Jane Levy) just wants to get herself and her younger sister away from their abusive mother. Her boyfriend comes up with a plan to rob an older blind man who is rumored to have a lot of cash in his house, but unfortunately for Rocky, Money and their friend Alex, this guy is not as helpless as he may seem.
In The Cut – Frannie (Meg Ryan) is teacher in New York when she witnesses the prelude to a possible murder. After she is questioned by Detective Malloy (Mark Ruffalo), the two become involved. But, knowing that she is being followed, can Frannie trust him?
Scream 4 – On the 15th anniversary of the original Woodsboro murders, Ghostface returns to slaughter more high school students. Sidney returns to town to promote her book, and immediately becomes a suspect. One of Ghostface’s supposed victims is Kirby, who was played by Hayden Panettiere, who is returning for this year’s Scream VI.
The Amityville Horror (1979) – It’s probably not a good idea to buy a house where a deranged young man killed his entire family, but the Lutz family takes a chance, only to find themselves terrorized.
The Cave – A group of scientists and cave-divers become trapped in a Romanian cave system only to encounter some very strange (and very deadly) creatures.
Tone-Deaf – In this horror/comedy, Olive is haunted by visions of her father, who committed suicide when she was a child. After she is fired from her job, she goes away for the weekend, but it doesn’t turn out to be the relaxing mini-vacation she had hoped for.
Tell us which Tubi additions you are most looking forward to watching in March by dropping your choices in the comments section.