Netflix Has A Brand New Slate Of Movies This Month And They're Awesome

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There's just one month to go before one of the worst winters in history comes to a close, and Netflix wants to help you make it a good one. Every month the online video service debuts a slew of new movies available for streaming. And, looking over the fresh titles available for March, we can't help but feel that it's one of the strongest batches yet.
You've got your Oscar-winning classics, like the bone-chilling psychological thriller The Silence of The Lambs, and Scorsese's morbid character study Taxi Driver, featuring a young Robert De Niro in a virtuoso performance that needs to be seen to be believed.
Speaking of virtuoso performances, Capote, starring the late Philip Seymour Hoffman in his only Oscar-winning role is the perfect way to remember one of the greatest actors of our time. If you've been on a Matthew McConaughey kick since Sunday, check him out as a criminal on the run in Mud, one of the films that set the "McConnaissance" in motion.
For all you binge-watchers out there, the most recent season of Mad Men is available. And, if existential ennui isn't your thing, season 6 of Star Wars: The Clone Wars is also up on Netflix.
Check out a complete list of all the new offerings below. Hit us up in the comments to let us know what you'll be streaming straight after work today. (Netflix)
28 Days
All the Pretty Horses
American Dreamz (available March 16)
The Bad News Bears
The Blair Witch Project
Blue is the Warmest Color
Brokedown Palace
Center Stage
Das Boot: The Director's Cut
Devil in a Blue Dress
Dirty Dancing
Dirty Pretty Things
Dogtown and Z-Boys
Donnie Brasco
Easy Rider
El Mariachi
Enron: The Smartest Guys in the Room
The Fisher King
Fright Night
Ghostbusters II
Girl, Interrupted
The Ice Storm
Kicking and Screaming
The Long, Hot Summer
The Long Goodbye
Men in Black II
Midnight Express
The Mothman Prophecies
Night of the Living Dead
Over the Top
Panic Room
Robin Hood: Men in Tights
The Station Agent
Stevie Nicks: In Your Dreams
Taxi Driver
True Grit
Vanilla Sky
Wild Things
The Wood
Breaking Amish (Season 1, available March 12)
Adventure Time (Season 2, available March 30)
Pokemon: Indigo League
Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb
The Returned, Season One
A Nightmare on Elm Street 2: Freddy's Revenge
Roman Holiday

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