March is a BIG month for EPIX fans. In addition to the much buzzed about Katy Perry: The Prismatic World Tour premiering March 28th, we’ve also got lots of action-packed blockbusters like Transformers: Age of Extinction and some critically-acclaimed films like The Skeleton Twins making their debut on the network.
Here’s the quick list of what to watch this month!
Transfomers: Age of Extinction (PG-13, 2014)
Mark Wahlberg teams up with Michael Bay in the fourth installment of this epic series. While this film didn’t receive the most rave reviews, it’s a fun watch for its special effects. Watch the premiere on March 15th and catch it anytime after on EPIX.com and with the EPIX app.
A Most Wanted Man (R, 2014)
The last film from late great actor Philip Seymour Hoffman, this is a must-watch. Rachel McAdams, Robin Wright and William Defoe star alongside Hoffman in a counterterrorism thriller that will keep you on the edge of your seat.
Machine Gun Preacher (R, 2011)
Gerard Butler stars in this drama based on the true-life story of a bad biker turned good guy trying to turn his life around by helping the children of East Africa. The film does struggle a bit with its story-telling, but Butler does a good job in the lead role.
The Skeleton Twins (R, 2014)
Another drama you won’t want to miss, Kristin Wigg and Bill Hader star in a story about two estranged twins at the end of their ropes who are saved by their unexpected reunion. The Skeleton Twins is sad, happy, bleak and hopeful, always intellectually engaging and worth the watch.
Katy Kats everywhere won’t want to miss the pop singer’s latest world tour – even if they’ve seen it in person. In addition her music, it’s an incredible visual event with eye-popping theatrics and explosions of color. Probably one of the funnest concerts I’ve ever seen, Katy delivers BIG and I promise, you’ll watch this more than once!
More To Watch On EPIX:
Leprechaun Origins (R, 2014)
Life of Crime (R, 2014)
Words and Pictures (R, 2014)
And You Thought Your Parents Were Weird (PG, 1991)
Across The Great Divide (G, 1976)
Switchback (R, 1997)
You Can Count On Me (R, 2000)
Tank Girl (R, 1995)
Event Horizon (R, 1997)
Alpha and Omega (PG, 2010)
If you’re new to EPIX and want to give it a test run before you subscribe, make sure you tune into our Free Preview Weekend happening March 26– March 29!