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Everything Spooky Leaving Netflix And Hulu March 2022


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While all good things come to an end, they don’t always offer a warning on the way out. Today you’re in luck, as we’re counting down very ooky-spooky title leaving Netflix and Hulu March 2022. Change is rough, but at least you’ve got a couple weeks to make up for lost time. However, if you’re planning on binging American Horror Story starting from episode one, you might want to start ASAP.

Two major series jumping off of Netflix next month are the aforementioned American Horror Story (nine seasons) and all eight seasons of The Vampire Diaries. For the uninitiated, these series may seem like horror-lite, but both house some serious moments of tension and violence. The Vampires Diaries, which hails from Scream writer Kevin Williamson, was known to commonly push the brutality envelope during its nearly decade long run on The CW. American Horror Story is a definite mix bag of quality, however season two and four are undoubtedly grotesque. And worth a watch.

Here’s every scary title leaving Netflix and Hulu next month:

March 1st 2022
American Horror Story (Seasons 1-9)
I Am Legend
Mars Attacks!

Starship Troopers: Traitor of Mars
March 18th
The Vampire Diaries (Seasons 1-8)

March 15th
Quills
March 23rd
The Addams Family (2019)
March 31st
Blue Velvet
Batman (1989)
Batman Returns
Cujo
Ghoulies
The Omen (1976)
Panic Room
Moon
Red Eye
Victor Frankenstein
The Woman in Black

While its not everyones cup of very English tea, I’m a big fan of 2012’s The Woman In Black. The atmosphere heavy ghost show is based on the Susan Hill play of the same name, which endures a record-breaking run on London’s West End. I’ll also definitely make some time for Wes Craven’s 2005 classique skyward thriller Red Eye.

And what say you? Which horror titled

s will you check in with before it’s too late? Make sure to let me know on Twitter via @joshkorngut. I’m always around to chat all things Netflix and Hulu horror!

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