Coming to Video-On-Demand in March 2017

Denzel Washington and Viola Davis star in the Oscar-winning film

Fences, which was nominated for four Academy Awards and won for Viola Davis as Best Supporting Actress, Disney’s animated hit Moana (which was nominated for two Oscars), and the Harry Potter spin-off Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them (also nominated for two Oscars) are coming to video-on-demand in March.

It’s a great month for film featuring strong women and great actresses, including Jackie starring Natalie Portman as Jaqueline Kennedy and the French drama Elle with Isabelle Huppert (both Academy Award nominees for Best Actress), Mike Mills’s 20th Century Women with Annette Benning (an Oscar nominee for its screenplay), and Miss Sloane with Jessica Chastain.

Also coming in March: the animated Sing for family audiences, Patriots Day with Mark Wahlberg, the video game adaptation Assassins Creed, and Martin Scorsese’s Silence with Andrew Garfield.

Video-on-Demand, what used to be known pay-per-view, is essentially a streaming rental service and has become one of the most popular home viewing choices for new movies. It is available through most digital cable and satellite systems. Most titles are also available through web-based VOD services like iTunes, Amazon Video, Vudu, Flixster, and Google Play.

Here are the notable arrivals coming to VOD in March

March 3
The Assignment
Catfight
The Institute

March 7
Incarnate
Jackie
Man Down
Moana

March 10
Brimstone
The Other Half

March 14
Collateral Beauty
Elle
Fences
Passengers

March 17
Mean Dreams

March 21
Assassins Creed
Atomica
Julieta
Live By Night
London Road
Miss Sloane
Sing

March 24
All Nighter
From a House on Willow Street

March 28
20th Century Women
Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them
A Monster Calls
Patriots Day
Silence
Why Him?
Arianna
The Blackcoat’s Daughter
Junction 48

March 31
Despite the Falling Snow

Dates are subject to change without notice.

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About Sean Axmaker

Sean Axmaker is a contributing writer for Turner Classic Movies Online, The Seattle Weekly, Keyframe, and Cinephiled, and the editor of Parallax View (www.parallax-view.org). He was a film critic for the Seattle Post-Intelligencer for nine years and a longtime home video columnist for IMDb and MSN Movies, and his work has appeared in Indiewire, Today.com, The Stranger, Senses of Cinema, Asian Cult Cinema, Filmfax, Psychotronic Video, and "The Scarecrow Video Guide." You can find links to all of this and more on his shamelessly self-promoting blog at http://www.seanax.com/

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