The birds may be singing and flowers blooming with the promise of spring, but Crackle has more sinister plans in store. Any thoughts of sunshine this March will be eclipsed by an insatiable hunger for horror.

Instead of springtime breezes, the air reeks of fear as the retro slasher film Alice, Sweet Alice brings new meaning to the word “sibling rivalry.” When young Karen is brutally murdered on the day of her first communion, suspicion falls on her older sister Alice. But is Alice really the killer, or is there a more sinister force at work behind this horrific crime?

If you prefer deranged teens over deadly ceremonies, Almost Mercy brings psychopathic vengeance front and center. Jackson and Emily aren’t like the other students – these two budding sociopaths on the brink of a meltdown are out for retribution, and they won’t let anyone stand in the way of their bloodlust.

For an even more sinister spring celebration, The Haunting of Whaley House follows a tour guide and their friends who break into “America’s Most Haunted House”, only to discover that the stories of the malevolent ghosts and blood-soaked history of the house are all true. Will anyone make it out alive? Or will they join the unholy spirits that still dwell within its walls?

While birds sing and flowers bloom this spring, Crackle offers an alternative soundtrack of screams. Below are the bone-chilling titles coming to Crackle this March, providing frightful entertainment all month long for those who dare.

Alice, Sweet Alice (Available: March 1st)
Alice lives with her mother and younger sister Karen. During Karen’s first communion, she is brutally murdered and her strange and withdrawn older sister becomes the main suspect.

Cast: Linda Miller (Law & Order), Paula E. Sheppard (Liquid Sky), Niles McMaster (The Edge of Night)

Martian Land (Available: March 1st)
In the distant future, mankind lives on Mars, in cities that resemble those once found on Earth, protected from the alien atmosphere by dome-like force-fields. When a massive sandstorm breaks through the dome and destroys Mars New York, those in Mars Los Angeles must figure out how to stop the storm before it wipes them out next.

Cast: Lane Townsend (San Andreas Quake), Alan Pietruszewski (Zero Dark Thirty), Jennifer Dorogi (Break-Up Nightmare)

South of Hell (Television Series) Available: March 1st
A troubled exorcist grapples with inner demons while facing supernatural forces in a sinister world.

Cast: Mena Suvari (American Beauty), Zachary Booth (Damages), Lamman Rucker (Meet the Browns)

Disrupted (Available: March 1st)
An Oakland widower’s thirst for justice is rekindled when a local killing is oddly similar to his wife’s unsolved murder from decades ago.

Cast: Geoffrey Lower (Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman), Daniel Roebuck (Final Destination), Marie Wilson (Woman With the Pearl Earring)

I Wish I Wish (Available: March 1st)
Five cousins discover a board game that grants you three wishes if you complete a challenge. They find out there are consequences and must keep playing in order to save themselves.

Cast: Israel Amescua (Missing Bride), Iván Mondragón (Heli), Norma Mora (Conversaciones)

Shadow Puppets (Available: March 1st)
Eight strangers with no memories find themselves trapped in an abandoned facility. As they desperately try to find answers and escape, their own Shadows attempt to consume them from the darkness.

Cast: James Marsters (Buffy the Vampire Slayer), Tony Todd (Candy Man), Marc Winnick (Dark Asset)

Sharkansas Women’s Prison Massacre (Available: March 1st)
When a fracking environmental accident rips apart the earth’s crust, the resulting hole lets out prehistoric sharks from underground. The sharks target a group of women and trap them in a cabin.

Cast: Dominique Swain (Lolita), Traci Lords (Cry-Baby), Christine Nguyen (Get Him to the Greek)

Solo (Available: March 1st)
When her summer job requires a Solo camping trip as part of her counselor initiation, Gillian meets her greatest fear: A stranger in the woods. Campsites become battlefields and essential supplies become weapons in this gripping horror-thriller.

Cast: Annie Clark (Degrassi: The Next Generation), Daniel Kash (Aliens), Richard Clarkin (Goon)

Ghosthunters (Available: March 1st)
When one of their own loses his wife and daughter at the hands of a serial killer, a team of ghost hunters is determined to capture the spirits of the loved ones so their spirits can finally rest in peace. But as the team goes deeper into the house, the ghosts become more hostile, and the group discovers the true secrets of the house and its murderer.

Cast: Francesca Santoro (Cyst), Stephen Manley (Star Trek III: The Search For Spock), David O’Donnell (Quinn’s Place)

Get Gone (Available: March 1st)
A hoax busting group go on a team-building retreat to Whiskey Flats, OR and run into trouble as they cross paths with an invasive drilling company that is warring with a very private family.

Cast: Lin Shaye (Insidious), Robert Miano (Fast & Furious), Weston Cage (NCIS: Los Angeles)

Almost Mercy (Available: March 1st)
Jackson and Emily are unlike the other kids: they are two sociopaths who are balancing on the brink of a total meltdown as they seek revenge.

Cast: Bill Moseley (The Devil’s Rejects), Kane Hodder (Friday the 13th), Jose Guns Alves (Billions)

Rabbit (Available: March 1st)
A year after her identical twin’s disappearance, Maude Ashton is haunted by visions of the violent abduction. Convinced Cleo is still alive, Maude attempts to trace her sister’s final steps.

Cast: Adelaide Clemens (The Great Gatsby), Alex Russell (Unbroken), Joe Bird (First Day)

The Haunting of Whaley House (Available: March 1st)
When a tour guide breaks into America’s Most Haunted House, a bit of amateur ghost hunting with friends turns into more horror than they could have ever imagined.

Cast: Arielle Brachfeld (Los Angeles Overnight), Stephanie Greco (Phoenix Falling), Carolina Groppa (Young American Dream)

This March, any dreams of sunshine and renewal will be eclipsed by nightmares come to life. While the world around awakens with color, Crackle’s landscape remains etched in shadows.

From a young girl’s murder shrouded in sinister mystery to sociopathic teens with blood on their hands, from a house overflowing with tortured spirits to other grim tales yet unknown, this collection of horror beckons like a dark siren’s song.

So while the world around you starts afresh, remember that on Crackle, the haunting never ends.

Crackle is a free ad-supported streaming service owned by Sony Pictures Entertainment. It features licensed content from Sony as well as other media companies. Crackle offers a wide variety of free movies and TV shows, along with a selection of original programming. Crackle is available as an app on streaming devices like Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV as well as gaming consoles like PlayStation and Xbox. It’s also available as a mobile app on iOS and Android.

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