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New Movies in Philippine Cinemas this March 2023

Check out the exciting flicks coming to the big screen this month!

And just like that, it’s already March! This month, cinemas are offering an exciting lineup of films you’ll love, from the latest installment to the Scream franchise, to the new John Wick movie! On this list, we’ve rounded up the movies you can catch in cinemas this month of March. Check them out below:

Creed III

March 1 | Buy tickets

Adonis Creed reconnects with his childhood friend Damien, a former boxing prodigy who just got out of prison. Soon, Damien becomes uncontrollable and challenges Creed in a boxing match where everything he has is at stake.

Oras De Peligro

March 1 | Buy tickets

In this film by Joel Lamangan, a family who lost their patriarch in the hands of corrupt policemen during the Marcos dictatorship turns from passive victims of social injustice into active participants of the EDSA Revolution in its final hours.


Martyr or Murderer

March 1 | Buy tickets

Serving as a prequel to Maid in Malacanang, this film revolves around the assassination of Ninoy Aquino and the events that led to the People Power Revolution.


March 1

When her mother goes missing while on vacation in Colombia with her new boyfriend, the teenager June tries to track her down through the internet, but as she learns more about the disappearance, she unravels a shocking string of secrets her mother had kept from her all her life.


March 8

Starring Adam Driver, this sci-fi film follows a pilot who crashed on an unknown planet. Soon, he would discover that he’s actually on Earth, but from 65 million years ago, pitting him against the deadliest creatures in prehistory.

Scream VI

March 8

After the most recent Ghostface killings, the remaining survivors leave Woodsboro to start a fresh life in New York. Not long after, a new Ghostface stalks them everywhere they go, leaving a trail of blood behind.


March 8 | Buy tickets

From director Makoto Shinkai of Your Name and Weathering With You, this anime movie follows a girl who must close the mysterious doors all around Japan that cause disasters when opened.


March 8

A retired soldier with dementia seeks revenge on the people who he believes are responsible for the death of his family. Meanwhile, a young man who has been implicated in a murder the old man has committed must prove his innocence and stop the real murderer’s path to revenge.

Demon Slayer: Kimetsu No Yaiba – To The Swordsmith Village

March 11

Join Tanjiro, Inosuke, Zenitsu, and Tengen Uzui as they embark on their journey to the Entertainment District, where they have to face some of the high-ranking demons.

Shazam! Fury of the Gods

March 15 | Buy tickets

Billy Batson and his foster siblings must save the day once more as the Shazam Family when ancient gods arrive on Earth, threatening its safety.

13 Exorcisms

March 15

A shy teenager’s life is upended after she is tricked into joining a séance and gets possessed. Exorcist Father Olmedo is brought in to intervene and perform a series of exorcisms on her, with each more violent and terrifying than the last.

John Wick Chapter 4

March 22 | Buy tickets

John Wick’s mission to take down the High Table takes him across the globe as he seeks the most powerful players in the underworld.

Cocaine Bear

March 22

After ingesting a staggering amount of cocaine, a bear goes on a murderous rampage, leaving the blood of cops, criminals, and tourists on its trail.

Dungeons and Dragons: Honor Among Thieves

March 29 | Buy tickets

Based on the beloved roleplaying game, this new film follows a charming thief and a ragtag group of adventurers as they try to steal a lost relic before it gets into the wrong hands.

[Note: release dates for movies in Philippine cinemas this March 2023 and film lineup are subject to change without prior notice. For more upcoming movies, click here.] 

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