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7 suspenseful sci-fi shows and movies leaving Netflix in March 2022

“In the jungle you must wait, until the dice read five or eight.”

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7. Paranormal Activity

March 31

The scariest home surveillance footage you’ll ever see is leaving Netflix. Paranormal Activity’s more “realistic” take on hauntings may appeal to viewers who can’t stand the gore of other horror movies.

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6. Eight Legged Freaks

March 31

This send-up of ‘50s B-movies doesn’t entirely stick the landing, but it’s got plenty of good gags and some genuinely creepy monsters. It’s a great pick if you like fun sci-fi that can laugh at itself.

5. Pokémon the Movie

March 31

Video game movies can be hit or miss (mostly miss), but Pokémon fans will at least want to check this out. Pokémon the Movie: I Choose You! and its super sequel The Power of Us leave Netflix this month.

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4. Pokémon the Series: Sun & Moon

March 31

If you want even more Pokémon, now’s the time to binge. Three seasons of the long-running Pokémon anime series focusing on the Sun & Moon generation leave Netflix soon.

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3. Jumanji (1995)

March 31

Like a lot of great kids movies from the ‘90s, Jumanji is full of scenes seemingly designed to evoke nightmares. It’s a fun and chaotic movie about a board game come to life, and it’s packed with incredible special effects set pieces.

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2. Interview with the Vampire

March 31

Based on the Anne Rice novel, Interview with the Vampire was a somber take on the vampire mythos, rather than the schlock and gore of other vampire movies of the era.

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1. Gremlins

March 31

You’ve likely already seen this horror-comedy classic about the world’s most high-maintenance pets, but if you’re in the mood for a rewatch, now’s the time.

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