One of the biggest projects hitting the major streaming services this month is Netflix's latest Marvel series Iron Fist, but there's also a whole lot more worth checking out across Hulu, Amazon Prime and Netflix.
The original Jurassic Park trilogy is dropping on Netflix, along with the new live-action Disney flicks Pete's Dragon and The BFG. Over on Amazon Prime, there's the buzzworthy vampire mockumentary What We Do in the Shadows, plus the latest season of the cult hit Orphan Black (well worth a binge if you're not watching). Hulu is loaded with movies this month, with options ranging from Terminator 2: Judgment Day to Killer Klowns From Outer Space.
Here's our full run-down of all the sci-fi, fantasy and horror movies and TV shows worth bingeing on across all the major services.
Iron Fist (March 17): The final Defender finally arrives this month. Danny Rand shows up in New York to reclaim his old life, and take on all kinds of bad guys in the process. After the critical acclaim of Jessica Jones and Luke Cage, the pressure is on to find a story worth telling with Iron Fist.
Jurassic Park, Jurassic Park II and The Lost World: Jurassic Park (March 1): Dig back into the movies that started it all. Sure, your mileage may vary on the sequels, but there's something truly amazing about kicking back and watching the first one. Still a classic all these years later.
Who Framed Roger Rabbit (March 24): The acclaimed animated-live action hybrid remains a cult classic, but now fans will actually have easy access to revisit Roger's hard-boiled tale. In case you're wondering, it still holds up — animation and all.
Angry Birds: Season 2
Jurassic Park III
Kung Fu Panda
Tenacious D in: The Pick of Destiny
The Lost World: Jurassic Park
Disney's Pete's Dragon
Disney's The BFG
Marvel's Iron Fist: Season 1
The Vampire Diaries: Season 8
Who Framed Roger Rabbit
Archer: Season 7
What We Do in the Shadows (March 1): Before you watch Marvel's Thor: Ragnarok, check out the film that put director Taika Waititi on the map. This is basically a vampire mockumentary, and it's a clever little watch you may not have even known existed. If you're looking for something different, well worth checking out.
Orphan Black Season 4 (March 16): The latest season of BBC America's criminally under-watched cloning drama starts connecting the dots back to Season 1, making for one of the best thrillers on television last season. Worth watching just to see the ultra-versatile Tatiana Maslany in action.
What We Do in the Shadows
Vampire in Brooklyn
Orphan Black: Season 4
Terminator 2: Judgement Day (March 1): Forget all the crummy sequels and just imagine the Terminator franchise ended here. You'll be happier, we promise.
Fear the Walking Dead: Season 2 (March 21): AMC's zombified spin-off has yet to match the love and acclaim of the original series, but the show really did get better in its second season. Not great, but better. If you're looking for a break from Negan but don't want to get too far away from the flagships series, Season 2 is a solid distraction.
Fargo: Season 2 (March 17): Okay, look. It's not explicitly science fiction. But it does include one bit that certainly makes it quality. It's also one of the best shows on television this past year, so do yourself a favor and check it out.
American Sasquatch Hunters: Bigfoot in America
Ancient Aliens Origins
The Rage: Carrie 2
The Fog (2005 version)
Killer Klowns from Outer Space
Terminator 2: Judgement day
Vampire in Brooklyn
Making History (Series Premiere)
Fargo: Season 2
Fear the Walking Dead: Season 2
Powerpuff Girls: Season 1
Archer: Season 7
Beverly Hills Vamp
The Da Vinci Code