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What to Watch: March 2023 Streaming Preview

If you’re looking for something new on streaming in March we’ve got you covered.

Check out some of our picks for what you should add to your March streaming watchlist! What are you most excited to see?

Keri Russell is no match for “Cocaine Bear” (Universal Pictures)

Newly Available on VOD this March

Quentin Dupieux returns with ‘Smoking Causes Coughing’ (Magnolia Pictures)

*PVOD titles are fresh from theatrical release and generally rent or sell digitally for $19.99 (or higher). All dates subject to change.


  • Spoonful of Sugar – ‘Fixation’ director Mercedes Morgan helms this tale of a young babysitter who begins her own alternate LSD treatments to ‘cure’ the boy in her care who has extreme allergies. (Shudder, available now)
  • Corsage – Vicky Krieps is downright wicked while playing Empress Elisabeth of Austria. It did not make the cut for Oscar nominees, but is nominated for Best International Film at the Independent Spirit Awards this weekend. (March 10)

*AMC+ includes access to AMC/Shudder/IFC Films Unlimited/Sundance Now content

Criterion Channel

  • Michelle Yeoh Kicks Ass – This 8-film series celebrates the career of a woman being celebrated for her turn in ‘Everything Everywhere All At Once’ this awards season. Going back to 1985’s ‘Yes, Madam!’ going through to her iconic role in 2000’s ‘Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon,’ the highlight here is a new restoration of ‘The Heroic Trio.’ (available now)
  • Starring Isabelle Huppert – Another amazing career retrospective, this series includes 17 films including Haneke’s ‘The Piano Teacher,’ Chabrol’s ‘La cérémonie,’ and Hal Hartley’s ‘Amateur.’ (available now)
  • EO – The first feature from Jerzy Skolimowski in seven years was named the best film of 2022 by Manohla Dargis in The New York Times. A bittersweet and mostly wordless story that follows the journey of a donkey who leaves a circus behind in search of a better life. Nominated for Best International Feature Film at this year’s Academy Awards. (available now)


  • House Party – Contemporary remake of the 90’s comedy classic features cameos from Kid Cudi, LeBron James, Snoop Dogg and Tinashe. (available now)
  • All The Beauty and the Bloodshed – Oscar nominated for Best Documentary, Laura Poitras’ briliant film chronicles the life and career of artist Nan Goldin and intersects with her activism against the Sackler family and the opioid crisis. Utterly compelling. (March 19)


  • Triangle of Sadness – Ruben Östlund’s English-language debut is a social satire that somewhat inexplicably has ended up with a Best Picture nomination at the Academy Awards this year. (available now)
  • Boston Strangler – Keira Knightley and Carrie Coon star in this historical drama about the reporter who connects a series of murders to break the story of the infamous serial killer. (March 17)
  • Call Jane – Elizabeth Banks stars as a 60s housewife who seeks out an illegal abortion in the days before Roe V. Wade. Frighteningly topical all over again. (March 23)


  • Money Shot: The Pornhub Story – Director Suzanne Hillinger’s documentary explores the rise and meteoric downfall of the explicit video platform driven by amateur pornography. (March 15)
  • Murder Mystery 2 – Adam Sandler and Jennifer Aniston reprise their roles and become full-time private detectives in this sequel (March 31)

Prime Video

  • The Silent Twins – Letitia Wright and Tamara Lawrance star in an astonishing true story about twin sisters who only communicated with one another. (available now) (March 7)
  • Women Talking – Nominated for Best Picture at the Academy Awards, Sarah Polley’s latest film is truly as advertised. We meet an isolated community of Mennonite women where many of them have been sexually assaulted by the men they live with. They meet to decide if they are going to stick around or leave the men behind to start a new life. (March 8)
  • Mrs. Harris Goes To Paris – Lesley Manville (‘Phantom Thread’) and Isabelle Huppert star in this delightful British comedy set in the late 50s about a cleaning lady who saves up her money to buy a couture dress from Dior. (March 14)
  • Nope – The third feature film from Jordan Peele somehow incorporates horses, Black cowboys, UFOs and murderous chimpanzees into an extraordinary tale. (March 21)
  • Top Gun: Maverick – The second-highest grossing film of 2022 needs no introduction. (March 24)

Can’t get enough of our March streaming suggestions? Check out last month’s recommendations here!

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