5 Best Movies Streaming This Weekend (3/8)

Here are the movies that should be on your radar this weekend.

Damsel (2024) on Netflix sees a woman saving herself from a fire-breathing dragon.

Creepy Catalog obsessively tracks the best horror movies streaming on NetflixPrime VideoMaxHuluShudderPeacockParamount+, and Tubi. You can check our individual guides for our selections from each platform. This streaming guide is a weekly round up of new releases and the best hidden gems streaming each weekend with an aim to include mostly free content already included in streaming services you may already have:

Here are the movies that should be on your radar this weekend (3/8):

Crowsnest (2012). Streaming on Tubi. This found footage hidden gem has been hard to find on streaming for years and is now free on Tubi. Crowsnest shows what happens to five friends on a road trip who cross paths with an RV driven by cannibals. It’s like a low-budget found footage version of Wrong Turn (2003).

Damsel (2024). Streaming on Netflix. A dark fantasy movie about a young woman who marries a handsome prince. Instead of happily ever after, the prince and his family use her to pay an ancient debt. The damsel finds herself trapped in a cave with a dragon with no one to help her fight her way out.

The Favourite (2018). Streaming on Hulu. Oscar darling Poor Things (2023) is now streaming on Hulu along with director Yorgos Lanthimos earlier film The Favourite. It is a “satirical absurdist period dark comedy thriller” that sees two noble cousins competing to be Queen Anne’s favorite.

Symptoms (1974). Streaming on YouTube. A psychological horror movie about a woman named Helen (Angela Pleasence) lives alone in a dilapidated manor in the English countryside. When her friend Anne arrives to visit, she is surprised to find it does not seem as if the two are alone. This is an eerie and unsettling film that is partway between psychological horror and haunted house movie.

Satanic Hispanics (2022). Streaming on Shudder. An anthology horror film with shorts directed by Mike Mendez, Demián Rugna, Eduardo Sánchez, Gigi Saul Guerrero and Alejandro Brugués.

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