Are you ready for a spine-chilling March? SCREAMBOX, the ultimate destination for horror enthusiasts, has unveiled its latest additions to its ever-growing library of terror. From cult classics to modern masterpieces, this month’s line-up promises to keep you on the edge of your seat and sleeping with the lights on.

Kicking off the month is the SCREAMBOX Exclusive, Followers, premiering on March 12. This home invasion thriller takes a twisted turn as it explores the dark side of social media influencers and the relentless cult that stalks them from the depths of the dark web. Brace yourself for a heart-pounding experience that proves fame comes at a deadly price.

For those who crave a touch of humor with their horror, Being Human arrives on March 22. This British supernatural comedy series follows the unlikely trio of a werewolf, a vampire, and a ghost as they navigate the challenges of coexisting in the modern world. With four more seasons dropping weekly through April 19, you’ll have plenty of time to sink your teeth into this unique and entertaining show.

Zombie aficionados won’t want to miss Exit Humanity, a period piece that shambles onto SCREAMBOX on March 22. Praised by Fangoria as “not a movie, but a piece of cinema,” this film boasts an impressive cast of genre legends, including Dee Wallace (Cujo), Bill Moseley (The Devil’s Rejects), and Stephen McHattie (Watchmen). Prepare for a gripping tale of survival in a world overrun by the undead.

For those who can’t resist a good creature feature, March 29 brings a colossal collection of cheesy delights. From the epic battles of Mega Shark vs. Giant Octopus, Mega Shark vs. Crocosaurus, and Mega Shark vs. Mecha Shark to the outrageous antics of 6-Headed Shark Attack, Megaboa, and Mega Ape, these films promise to deliver a monstrous dose of entertainment.

But that’s not all! SCREAMBOX has even more in store for March, including the ninth season of Bloody Disgusting’s bite-sized horror showcase Bloody Bites, the Toxic Avenger-inspired splatterfest Septic Man, the post-apocalyptic thriller Night Cries, the throwback slasher Pillow Party Massacre, the psychological nightmare The Parker Sessions, and the campy indie horrors Amityville Death Toilet and Amityville Thanksgiving.

And let’s not forget the newly restored 4K version of the 1989 Italian knock-off, Alien from the Abyss, starring Charles Napier (The Silence of the Lambs). Inspired by the success of Alien and The Abyss, this film has invaded SCREAMBOX, ready to terrify a new generation of viewers.

With such a diverse and thrilling line-up, SCREAMBOX continues to solidify its position as the go-to streaming service for horror fans. Start screaming now on iOS, Android, Apple TV, Prime Video, Roku, YouTube TV, Samsung, Comcast, Cox, and Don’t miss out on the terror that awaits you this March!

This is the full list of new things coming to Screambox this March.

• Followers
• Being Human (TV series)
• Exit Humanity
• Alien from the Abyss
• Mega Shark vs. Giant Octopus
• Mega Shark vs. Crocosaurus
• Mega Shark vs. Mecha Shark
• 6-Headed Shark Attack
• Megaboa
• Mega Ape
• Bloody Bites (TV series)
• Septic Man
• Night Cries
• Pillow Party Massacre
• The Parker Sessions
• Amityville Death Toilet
• Amityville Thanksgiving

To immerse yourself in the terrifying world of SCREAMBOX, you have a variety of viewing options at your fingertips. This horror streaming service is available on a wide range of platforms, ensuring that you can access your favorite spine-chilling content whenever and wherever you desire.

For those who prefer to watch on their mobile devices, SCREAMBOX is available on both iOS and Android. Simply download the app from the App Store or Google Play Store, and you’ll have instant access to a vast library of horror films and TV shows.

If you enjoy watching on the big screen, SCREAMBOX has you covered. The service is available on Apple TV, Prime Video, Roku, and YouTube TV, allowing you to experience the terror in stunning detail from the comfort of your living room.

For Samsung smart TV owners, SCREAMBOX is just a click away. Navigate to the app store on your TV, download the SCREAMBOX app, and start exploring the haunting collection of content.

Cable subscribers can also join in on the screams. SCREAMBOX is available through Comcast and Cox, making it easier than ever to add the service to your existing cable package.

And if you prefer to watch directly from your computer, simply visit and sign up for a subscription. With so many ways to watch, there’s no excuse not to dive into the world of SCREAMBOX and discover your next favorite horror obsession.

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