What’s Geeky in March 2024?

Top o’ the mornin’ to ya, Geeks!

It’s the beginning of Spring (or close enough), the pollen is coming back, the cold weather is leaving, and we’ve got some more geeky stuff headed your way. From a new Ghostbusting movie full of familiar faces to a VR game about pirates to new novels by Brandon Sanderson, Holly Black, Timothy Zahn, and Adrian Tchaikovsky… on the same day.

There is just a ton of stuff headed your way.

Let’s dive right in, shall we?

Movies/TV shows:

March 1st:

Dune: Part Two in theaters.

Dune: Part Two

In Theaters

Paul Atreides hides among the nomadic Fremen on the desert planet of Arrakis, making alliances among the legendary warriors and plotting his vengeance against the Baron of House Harkonnen with the help of his mother and Chianni. But a new enemy has appeared. The Padishah Emperor, the man who orchestrated the destruction of House Atreides, is coming to Arrakis.

Megamind vs. The Doom Syndicate on Peacock.

Megamind vs. The Doom Syndicate


Megamind, the former villain turned superhero, must now pretend to be his old evil self when his old team of supervillains, the Doom Syndicate, arrive in town. But this will be harder than it looks with his old crew planning to launch Metro City into the moon.

Be on the lookout for a new TV show coming soon featuring our favorite blue hero.

Outlaw Posse out for Limited Release.

Outlaw Posse

Limited Release

With his wife kidnapped by a bounty hunter, the young African-American cowboy Decker is forced to seek out his estranged father, Chief, and join his all-black gang as they try to recover a chest of Civil War gold that had been lost for decades.

Spaceman on Netflix.



An astronaut on a journey to Venus realizes that his marriage might be ending and, oddly enough, encounters a talking alien spider hiding on his ship. A fellow explorer, the spider offers to help the astronaut deal with his loneliness and work through his emotions. But is the first alien encounter truly this friendly, or is it some sort of trick?

March 3rd:

The Regime on Max.

The Regime


With the country falling apart around her, Chancellor Elena Vernham turns to a disgraced colonel as her confidant. As the soldier’s influence over her grows, Vernham attempts to expand her power leading to a clash with protestors, a war with a neighboring country, and the fracturing of her palace.

March 4th:

Frankenstein Legacy on VOD/Digital.

Frankenstein Legacy


A century after Victor Frankenstein’s failed experiment, his diary survived. Now, young Englishman William Browning seeks to find out who has stolen his father’s body, and who has been snatching bodies out of graves all over town, only to find that the culprit is closer than he could have imagined.

March 8th:

Kung Fu Panda 4 in theaters.

Kung Fu Panda 4

In Theaters

Po, the unlikely Dragon Warrior, faces a new threat. A dangerous sorcerer and shape-shifter known as the Chameleon is taking the Kung Fu abilities of the greatest masters in the world. So while Po has faced off against the greatest villains in history, how will he be able to defeat himself?

Damsel on Netflix.



A princess is abandoned by her royal fiancé and sacrificed to a dragon as part of an ancient tradition that has allowed the kingdom to prosper. But rather than die or wait to be saved, this princess has plans to save herself.

Space: The Longest Goodbye out for limited release.

Space: The Longest Goodbye

Limited Release

This documentary follows the savvy NASA psychologists as they prepare astronauts for the three-year journey that it would take to reach Mars, a journey that would result in extreme isolation and discomfort. 

March 15th:

The American Society of Magical Negroes in theaters.

The American Society of Magical Negroes

In Theaters

For centuries, the American Society of Magical Negroes has kept itself a secret to better protect Black people from harm… by keeping white people happy and distracted. But when the newly recruited Aren is tasked with keeping one man happy, it may mean giving up on the woman he has fallen in love with… unless he can come up with something clever.

The Animal Kingdom out for limited release.

The Animal Kingdom

Limited Release

A strange mutation has hit the world that slowly transforms the afflicted into animals. When one man’s wife escapes from a government quarantine and into the French woodlands, he is forced to take his son, who is also starting to change, on a quest to find her. And keep her safe.

March 22nd:

Ghostbusters: Frozen Empire in theaters.

Ghostbusters: Frozen Empire

In Theaters

The Spengler family joins forces with the original team of Ghostbusters in the iconic New York City firehouse. But when an ancient evil is (accidentally) unleashed, it threatens to cover the earth in a second Ice Age, along with an army of ghosts. So, when there’s something strange and it don’t look good, who you gonna call?

Sentinel out for limited release.


Limited Release

Years after a group of aliens invaded the Earth through a multi-dimensional portal, three soldiers who had survived on the Dark Side of the Moon return to the Earth to meet up with the resistance and fight back against the alien Sentinel and his army. But despite being outnumbered, the soldiers are committed to taking back the Earth. No matter the cost.

March 29th:

Godzilla x Kong: The New Empire in theaters.

Godzilla x Kong: The New Empire

In Theaters

Despite having nearly killed each other the last time, Kong and Godzilla are forced to work together after the discovery of a massive underworld kingdom, populated with Great Apes like Kong and ruled over by an Ape with a grudge against the Titans, and the rest of the earth as well.

La Chimera

Limited Release

A Chimera is something someone tries to achieve but never manages to find. For Arthur, the search for Chimera means going with the tombaroli, thieves robbing archaeological dig sites in Italy, and descending into the world of ancient myths, souls, and magic. All for the woman he lost.

Video Games

March 1st

Ufouria: The Saga 2 on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, Switch, PC.

Ufouria: The Saga 2 

PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, Switch, PC

Adventure through this exploration-based side-scroller remake of the 1991 original, Ufouria! The pixelated look of the original has been updated with an art style reminiscent of feltworks arts and crafts. We also get new characters, old characters, and a randomly changing landscape that includes courses from the original game as well as brand-new ones.

March 5th

The Outlast Trials on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC.

The Outlast Trials 

PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC

The good folks at Red Barrels have been developing this horror multiplayer for years, and it’s finally ready for a full release. Whether you play alone or with friends this survival game promises plenty of terror. As the human guinea pig in a mysterious Cold War-era experiment, you’ll experience the reality-bending torture of the Murkoff Corporation firsthand.

March 7th:

As Dusk Falls on PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4.

As Dusk Falls 

PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4

The iconic interactive drama is finally available on console. Explore the entangled lives of two families across thirty years in a small Arizona town; every choice you make affects their lives and their ultimate fates. Play alone or with up to seven friends either locally, online, or in a mix.

Snufkin: Melody of Moominvalley on Switch, PC.

Snufkin: Melody of Moominvalley 

Switch, PC

Help Snufkin thwart the plans of the Park Keeper trying so hard to disrupt the peaceful nature of Moomin Valley! This game allows you, as Snufkin, to get your civil disobedience on while you knock over statues, pull up signs, and strategically distract police officers in the awful new parks cropping up in Moomin Valley. This narrative-driven game also includes over 50 charming Moomin characters.

The Pirate Queen: A Forgotten Legend  on Quest 3, Quest 2, PC.

The Pirate Queen: A Forgotten Legend 

Quest 3, Quest 2, PC

This incredible VR pirate experience puts you directly into the shoes of the historical figure of the Chinese pirate queen, Cheng Shih. Designed for story lovers and historical enthusiasts (like me!), this game features the voice talent of the iconic Lucy Liu (Elementary). Keep an eye out for a future graphic novel, TV series, and full film.

March 8th:

Unicorn Overlord on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 4, Switch.

Unicorn Overlord 

PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 4, Switch

Created in the style of a 1990s tactical, real-time battle game, Unicorn Overlord follows exiled prince Alain as he gathers allies to take back the kingdom that was stolen from him when he was a child. It’s been ten years in the making, but Takafumi Noma has finally finished his passion project.

March 12th:

Contra: Operation Galuga on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Switch, PC.

Contra: Operation Galuga 

PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Switch, PC

This reimagining of the 80s classic run-n’-gun action game features modern graphics, new play mechanics, and an updated weapons system. Fight the Red Falcon terrorist group on these islands off the coast of New Zealand and let the Contra legacy begin again!

Passing By - A Tailwind Journey on Switch, PC.

Passing By – A Tailwind Journey 

Switch, PC

In this whimsical exploration adventure, you play as Curly, a young hot-air balloonist tasked with delivering a mysterious letter. Travel through the skies from floating island to floating island meeting new friends and searching for the letter’s intended recipient. Enjoy the beautiful 2D low-poly art style and manage your resources in order to survive.

March 14th:

Highwater on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Switch, PC.


PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Switch, PC

This 3D adventure game is set in a flooded and newly unlivable Earth. With an isometric turn-based puzzle-combat system, you’ll journey through a climate-ravaged world toward a rumored escape rocket for Mars. Pick up some friends and try your luck at finding a new life in this post-apocalyptic adventure.

March 15th:

Outcast: A New Beginning on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, PC.

Outcast: A New Beginning 

PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, PC

After 20 long years, Cutter Slade is back! The Talans of the beautiful planet Adelpha have once again been enslaved and it’s up to Slade to save them. The team behind the original Outcast has reunited for this new adventure, and their quality definitely holds up.

March 20th:

Alone in the Dark on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, PC.

Alone in the Dark 

PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, PC

This exciting reimagining of the 1992 first-in-the-genre survival horror game boasts the voice and motion capture talents of Jodie Comer (Killing Eve) and David Harbour (Stranger Things). You play as either Emily, searching for her missing uncle at the old Derceto Manor asylum, or Edward, the private investigator hired to help her. Eldritch horrors mix with a Southern Gothic aesthetic in this love letter to a genre-defining game.

March 22nd:

Dragon's Dogma 2 on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, PC.

Dragon’s Dogma 2 

PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, PC

A wide, explorable fantasy world awaits in this newest sequel from CAPCOM. In this single-player, narrative-driven, action RPG you can choose everything about your character, the Arisen, including looks, fighting style, conversation style, and more. Delve deep into this world and unlock its secrets one by one.

Princess Peach: Showtime! on Switch.

Princess Peach: Showtime! 


When the mysterious masked villain Grape and her minions The Sour Bunch take over the Sparkle Theater, it’s up to Peach to steal back the show. Using the power of the ribbon Peach will have to play many roles if she is to defeat Grape. From detective to ninja to mermaid to thief, Peach can do it all in this newest Nintendo release.

Rise of the Rōnin on PlayStation 5.

Rise of the Rōnin 

PlayStation 5

A samurai action-adventure made just for the PS5, this game takes place at the end of the Tokugawa Shogunate in the 1860s. You play as a masterless samurai, a Ronin, who must forge their own path through a country in turmoil. You’ll shape the course of your life and all of history with key mission choices (like whether to protect or assassinate) and the smaller choices that make up everyday life.

March 26th:

Bulwark: Falconeer Chronicles on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, PC.

Bulwark: Falconeer Chronicles 

PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, PC

This open world builder is set on the Great Ursee – a vast oceanic world filled with ruined civilizations and unknown dangers. Scavenge resources to grow your settlement until you’re big enough for either trade or conquest and sculpt this world to your will.

Prison Architect 2 on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, PC.

Prison Architect 2 

PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, PC

The classic prison builder is now in 3D! Not only are you able to design a prison from the ground up and manage all the daily tasks of running it but now the inmates are smarter than ever. Every decision you make affects the inmates and guards, who will respond appropriately. With more control and complications than ever, this game feels like a true sequel to the original.


March 5th:

House of Open Wounds by Adrian Tchaikovsky–Epic Fantasy, Action Adventure

March 12th:

Sunbringer by Hannah Kaner–Book 2 in Fallen Gods Trilogy, Epic Fantasy, Action-Adventure

March 19th:

A Botanical Daughter by Noah Medlock–Horror, LGBTQ

March 26th:

That’s March

That’s March, folks!

We’ve got a lot of stuff to look forward to this month and even more stuff to look forward to next month. Sign up for Geek Alerts to be the first one to hear all about it.

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