If you’re pining for something new to watch this month then you’re in for a treat. And with the weather at the moment, it’s best to stay indoors and binge on some of the awesome content on Showmax in March.

1. Revolting Rhymes

You think you know your fairy tales, right? Well, prepare yourself for a surprise with this animated short by Jakob Schuh and Jan Lachauer, which is an adaptation of the Roald Dahl classic. It’s the retelling of the tales of Snow White and Little Red Riding Hood with a mischievous twist. Available from 15 March.

2. Selma

This historical drama film is based on the events leading up to the epic march from Selma to Montgomery, led by Dr Martin Luther King during the Civil Rights Movement. It depicts the struggle the black community went through in the fight to accord black people the right to vote. Watch now »

3. Becoming Warren Buffett

If you are interested in how this numbers obsessed little boy grew to be one of the richest men in the world, then this documentary is a must-watch. Watch now »

4. A Gifted Man

Michael Holt, played by Patrick Wilson, has the perfect medical career. He is one of the most sought-after surgeons in the world. But his motivation for work isn’t driven by humanity but by his desire for all of life’s luxuries. This begins to change when the spirit of his ex-wife begins to haunt him. Watch now »

5. Rectify

If you like a good drama, then you need to watch this series. It follows the events after Daniel Holden’s release after a wrongful conviction that saw him serve a 19-year stint in prison. New DNA evidence exonerates him from the crime of raping and murdering his girlfriend when he was a teenager. He returns home to face a new challenge when his prosecutor decides to re-open his case. Watch now »

6. HBO’s Room 104

This series is an anthology showing the different guests that have stayed in Room 104 of a nondescript motel just off an American highway. Each episode tells a different story, from horror to drama to comedy, but the one thing that remains the same from one guest to the next is that nothing is as it seems… Watch now »

7. We Are Many

This moving documentary is about the protest against the Iraq War on 15 February 2003 after the invasion of Iraq by the US government. Directed by Amir Amirani, We are Many chronicles the events leading up to the biggest protest in human history. Watch now »

8. The Messengers

Five people emerge with supernatural powers after a mysterious object falls onto Earth, sending out a violent shock wave. The five of them are tasked with preventing the impending Rapture by killing Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse before a mysterious figure known as The Man (Diogo Morgado) does. Watch now »

9. Imposters

Maddie’s latest con assignment gets complicated when she falls for a potential love interest, Patrick, and at the same time comes faces to face with her former victims. Watch now »

10. Pan’s Labyrinth

This dark fantasy drama from Guillermo del Toro is about a little girl who comes across a mythical creature in an abandoned maze, who tells her the story of a lost princess who must complete her tasks in order to gain immortality. Watch now »

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