Coming to Shudder in March 2022 is a bounty of horror movies across all regions. Five new original and exclusive films joining the library include The Scary of Sixty-First, The Seed, The Bunker Game, The Spine of Night, and Night’s End. Additionally, Shudder will spotlight modern French horror this month as well.

There is a lot to get into, let’s dive in. What’s on the heels of Februscary?

Shudder in March 2022: Originals and Exclusives

As always, here is our guide to the service as a whole. We’ll get into regional specifics in a bit. As for originals and exclusives, we have a few. Here are some of the great horror films that will be available to stream this month.

The Scare of Sixty-First (March 3)

Still depicting woman in a dim room| The Scare of Sixty-First (March 3)

Two roommates’ lives are upended after finding out that their new Manhattan apartment harbors a dark secret. Directed by Dasha Nekrasova, The Scary of Sixty-First won the “Best First Feature Award” at the 2021 Berlin International Film Festival. The film stars Madeline QuinnBetsey Brown, and Dasha Nekrasova, and was written by Quinn and Nekrasova.

Available to stream March 3 on Shudder US, CA, and UKI.

The Seed (March 10)

Woman splattered by alien blood | The Seed (March 10) coming to Shudder in March of 2022

This horror comedy centers on Deidre (Lucy Martin), Heather (Sophie Vavasseur) and Charlotte (Chelsea Edge), lifelong friends finally getting some time away together, using an upcoming meteor shower to gather more followers for their social media channels. But what starts out as a girls’ getaway in the Mojave Desert descends into a battle for survival with the arrival of an alien force whose air of mystery soon proves to be alluring and irresistible to them. Written and directed by Sam Walker.

Available to stream March 10 on Shudder US, CA, UKI, and ANZ.

The Bunker Game (March 17)

Still depicting two LARPers in a bunker | The Bunker Game (March 17) coming to Shudder in March of 2022

An actress in a Live Action Role Playing Game where the participants play the survivors of an atomic war sealed in an underground bunker finds herself trapped inside with other staff. As they begin to die in mysterious ways, the group realizes that someone or something paranormal is playing a twisted game with them—which quickly plunges into a terrifying fight for survival. The film stars Gaia WeissLorenzo Richelmy, and Mark Ryder. Directed by Roberto Zazzara.

Available to stream March 17th on Shudder US, CA, UKI, and ANZ.

The Spine of Night (March 24)

Still depicting a ghoul from The Spine of Night (March 24)

In The Spine of Night, an ultra-violent animated fantasy epic, ancient dark magic falls into sinister hands and unleashes ages of suffering onto mankind. A group of heroes from different eras and cultures must band together in order to defeat it at all costs. Featuring the voices of Richard E. GrantLucy LawlessPatton OswaltHolly Gabriel and Joe Manganiello, written and directed by Philip Gelatt and Morgan Galen King.

Available to stream March 24th on Shudder US, CA, UKI, and ANZ.

Night’s End (March 31)

Still depicting a man among his plants in Night's End (March 24) coming to Shudder in March of 2022

In Night’s End, an anxious shut-in unwittingly moves into a haunted apartment and hires a mysterious stranger to perform an exorcism which takes a horrific turn. Starring Geno WalkerFelonious MunkKate Arrington, and Michael Shannon. Written by Brett Neveu and directed by Jennifer Reeder (Knives and SkinV/H/S/94).

Available to stream March 24th on Shudder US, CA, UKI, and ANZ.

Continuing Series for March 2022

Unfortunately, none of Shudder’s series are continuing or returning this month.

Leaving Shudder in March 2022

As far as we can tell right now, the only film leaving Shudder in March is Luciferina on March 7th in the US and Canada.

Shudder’s Modern French Horror Collection

Shudder has a special collection this month. Here are the details.

This month, Shudder puts a spotlight on the bold, visionary horror emerging from France in the twenty-first century, including essential titles from the boundary-pushing wave of films dubbed “New French Extremity.” Including Alexandre Bustillo and Julien Maury’s Livid (previously unavailable to stream in the US) and Inside; Alexandre Aja’s High Tension, Claire Denis’ Bastards and Trouble Every Day, Lucile Hadzihalilovic’s Evolution, Xavier Gens’ Frontier(s), and Pascal Laugier’s Martyrs, all coming to Shudder US on March 1.

Also featured in the collection are AdorationThe Advent CalendarAmong the LivingBrotherhood of the WolfIslandsKandishaKnife + HeartSheitanThe Strange Color of Your Body’s TearsLet the Corpses TanTeddyTerror SistersThem (ils) and Zombi Child, currently available to stream on Shudder.

Regional Schedules

Schedules will be written in their native date format. Originals and Exclusives will be in bold.

Coming to Shudder in March 2022: CA Region

Here is everything coming to the Canada region for Shudder this March.

3/1

The Crow

Death Drop Gorgeous

Trouble Every Day

Hellraiser III: Hell on Earth

Hellraiser V: Inferno

Hellraiser VI: Hellseeker

Hellraiser VIII: Hellworld

The Town That Dreaded Sundown

3/3

The Scary of Sixty-First

3/7

The Nightmare

Darling

Ginger Snaps: Unleashed

3/10

The Seed

3/14

Home With a View of a Monster

Hellraiser IV: Bloodline

3/17

The Bunker Game

3/21

Siege

Birth of the Living Dead

Await Further Instructions

3/24

The Spine of Night

3/28

Blood Conscious

Minor Premise

Eaten Alive

Wrinkles the Clown

3/29

Etheria Season 4

3/31

Night’s End

Coming to Shudder in March 2022 for Canada
Coming to Shudder in March 2022 for Canada

Coming to Shudder in March 2022: US Region

Here is everything coming to the US region for Shudder this March.

3/1

Darkman

Darkman II: The Return of Durant

Darkman III: Die Darkman Die

Bastards

Frontiers

High Tension

Inside (A L’Interieur)

Livid

Martyrs

Trouble Every Day

Evolution

Irreversible

The Town That Dreaded Sundown

3/3

The Scary of Sixty-First

3/7

The Nightmare

Memory: The Origins of Alien

Darling

Corporate Animals

3/10

The Seed

3/14

Triangle

Dario Argento’s Trauma

Home With a View of a Monster

Hounds of Love

Tragedy Girls

3/17

The Bunker Game

3/21

Siege

Birth of the Living Dead

Await Further Instructions

3/24

The Spine of Night

3/25

Extra Ordinary

3/28

Blood Conscious

Minor Premise

Eaten Alive

3/29

Etheria Season 4

3/31

Night’s End

Coming to Shudder in March 2022 for the US
Coming to Shudder in March 2022 for the US

Coming to Shudder in March 2022: UKI Region

Here is everything coming to the UKI region for Shudder this March.

1/3

Death Drop Gorgeous

3/3

The Scary of Sixty-First

7/3

The Ritual

Nine Miles Down

Afflicted

10/3

The Seed

14/3

The Devil’s Rejects

Eden Log

17/3

The Bunker Game

21/3

Await Further Instructions

The Bay

Burning Bright

24/3

The Spine of Night

28/3

The Collection

Knives and Skin

The Tombs

29/3

Etheria Season 4

31/3

Night’s End

Coming to Shudder in March 2022 for UKI
Coming to Shudder in March 2022 for UKI

Coming to Shudder in March 2022: ANZ Region

Here is everything coming to the UKI region for Shudder this March.

1/3

ABCs of Death 2

Across the River

Sputnik

2/3

Death Drop Gorgeous

8/3

Tales

Bunny the Killer Thing

Byzantium

The Vigil

10/3

The Seed

15/3

Butchers

She Never Died

Torment

17/3

The Bunker Game

22/3

Await Further Instructions

Game of Death

Satanic

24/3

The Spine of Night

29/3

Minor Premise

Gun Woman

Personal Shopper

The Cured

30/3

Etheria Season 4

31/3

Night’s End

Coming to Shudder in March 2022 for ANZ
Coming to Shudder in March 2022 for ANZ

And with that, we have our list of what is coming to Shudder in March 2022. Have a highlight for your region you are excited about? Let us know in the comments. We’d love to hear your thoughts.

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David Davis is a writer, cartoonist, and educator in Southern California with an M.A. in literature and writing studies.

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