Pet Sematary and more coming to Amazon Prime Video in March 2020

John Lithgow as Jud, left, and Jeté Laurence as Ellie in PET SEMATARY, from Paramount Pictures. -- Photo Credit: Kerry Hayes -- Acquired via Paramount Pictures Press Site
John Lithgow as Jud, left, and Jeté Laurence as Ellie in PET SEMATARY, from Paramount Pictures. -- Photo Credit: Kerry Hayes -- Acquired via Paramount Pictures Press Site /

It’s a new month of releases on Amazon Prime Video. March 2020 will see the release of Pet Sematary, Blow the Man Down, and much more.

Are you ready for a month of horror and thrillers? March 2020 is looking to be an excellent month on Amazon Prime Video. Pet Sematary, Blow the Man Down, and much more are on the list.

Before we look at the entire list, there are some notable mentions. When it comes to Amazon Originals, we’ve already known of a few March releases. Agatha Christie’s The Pale Horse is one of the first Amazon Originals heading to the streaming service, bringing Rufus Sewell back to our screens. ZeroZeroZero is also heading to the streamer to kick-off the month.

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You won’t want to overlook the Tribeca Film Festival movie Blow the Man Down. It’s a mixture of comedy and murder mystery, with plenty of life lessons to take away.

Are you ready for some reality TV? Heidi Klum and Tim Gunn are heading to the streaming service with the new series Making the Cut. 12 established designers will compete against each other to become the globe’s next greatest phenomenon. Naomi Campbell, Joseph Altuzarra, and Nicole Richie are among the fashion experts judging the designs. While this will begin streaming in March, two episodes will be released per week.

When it comes to third-party movies, it seems to be all about the horror this month. Amazon Prime Video will finally see the release of Pet Sematary, the 2019 version of the movie. We knew it was coming and it’s about the time predicted. However, the 2007 version of Night of the Living DeadThe Descent, and The Crazies are among the list of movies heading to the streamer.

Looking for a TV crime drama? Luther Season 5 is making its way to Amazon Prime Video.

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Everything coming to Amazon Prime Video in March 2020:

All Amazon Original series and movies are denoted with the asterisks.

March 1


  • Abduction (2011)
  • Cantinflas (2014)
  • Chilly Dogs (2001)
  • Danny Roane: First Time Director (2007)
  • Deck The Halls (2011)
  • Destiny Turns On The Radio (1995)
  • Eyes Of An Angel (1994)
  • Going The Distance (2010)
  • Good Morning, Killer (2011)
  • Henry’s Crime (2010)
  • Hide (2011)
  • Hornets Nest (2012)
  • Innocent (2011)
  • Kung Fu Panda (2008)
  • Lady In A Cage (1964)
  • Man On A Ledge (2012)
  • Night Of The Living Dead (2007)
  • Night Of The Living Dead: Resurrection (2013)
  • Richard The Lionheart (2014)
  • Ricochet (2011)
  • Route 9 (1998)
  • Silent Tongue (1993)
  • Silent Witness (2011)
  • Spinning Into Butter (2007)
  • Standing In The Shadows Of Motown (2002)
  • Tenderness (2009)
  • The Cooler (2003)
  • The Crazies (2010)
  • The Descent (2006)
  • The Descent: Part 2 (2010)
  • The Skull (1965)
  • Wayne’s World 2 (1993)


  • Patrick Melrose Season 1

March 6


  • *ZeroZeroZero Season 1

March 8


  • Show Dogs (2018)

March 11


  • *The Test: A New Era for Australia’s Team Season 1

March 13


  • Jay and Silent Bob Reboot (2019)


  • *Agatha Christie’s The Pale Horse Season 1
  • *Jessy & Nessy Season 1A

March 19


  • Pet Sematary (2019)

March 20


  • *Blow the Man Down (2020)

March 21


  • I See You (2019)

March 23


  • A Good Old Fashioned Orgy (2011)


  • Luther Season 5

March 27


  • *Making the Cut Season 1 (first two episodes)

March 30


  • Santee (1973)

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What are you excited to see on Amazon Prime Video in March 2020? Which Amazon Original are you binge-watching right away? Share your thoughts in the comments below.

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