Down to Earth (2001): In what's basically Chris Rock's first major star vehicle, he plays a comedian who's killed before his time, and thus given the opportunity by heaven to live out the rest of his life in the body of an elderly white millionaire. It's not remembered all that fondly, but Rock's still a charmer, and the script was co-written by Louis C.K., so you might find something you like.
Leprechaun 3, Leprechaun 4: In Space, and Leprechaun: Back 2 tha Hood (1995, 1997, 2003): Three of the six films starring Warwick Davis as the lovably evil title character hit Netflix in April, alongside the original that was already there. That's a lot of hours of Leprechaun insanity...if you can last that long.
Underworld (2003): If you're like me, you remember this film as the height of Gothic cool when it first came out, and you might even be afraid to revisit it on the off chance that you'll suddenly agree with everyone who dislikes it. Still, give it another try. It might not hold up, but you'll find something interesting to take away. Plus, Bill Nighy as a superpowerful vampire is always fun.
Starry Eyes (2014), Available April 3: This horror film got a warm reception when it premiered at South by Southwest last year, and if you like creepy tales of people doing whatever it takes to get what they want, with a little cultish flair to boot, you'll probably be into it.
The Quiet Ones (2014), Available April 3: Like The Woman In Black, this film is part of Hammer Films' attempt to return to its horror heyday. It's the story of a team of researchers attempting to prove that things like poltergeists are actually psychological, and not supernatural phenomena. Naturally, that hypothesis proves...difficult.
Halt and Catch Fire, season 1 (2014), Available April 8: This AMC drama isn't strictly a genre series, but if you're a tech geek who loves stories of the computing revolution of the 1980s, then this is for you. It stars genre favorite Lee Pace as an ambitious former IBM employee who attempts to set up a personal computing empire in Dallas, and the fiery crew he puts together to help him do it.
The Awakening (2011), Available April 10: This British horror film stars Rebecca Hall as a renowned skeptic asked to investigate reports of a ghost at a boarding school in 1920s England. What she finds is, unsurprisingly, much deeper than a hoax. The film was praised for its creepy atmosphere, and the cast includes stand-outs like Dominic West, Imelda Staunton, and Isaac Hempstead-Wright.
Marvel's Daredevil (2015), Available April 10: At last, the moment we've all be waiting for is here. This April, Daredevil kicks off a screen revival for a Marvel Comics character that didn't get it right the first time around, and it sets off a five-series journey on Netflix into some of Marvel's street-level heroes. Every episode hits at once, so you can binge and binge again, or take it slow. However you watch, you can celebrate that Daredevil is finally here.
The Babadook (2014), Available April 14: Though it's kind of already been eclipsed in the horror fandom conversation by It Follows, The Babadook was 2014's scary movie champion, praised for its creativity, its female lead, and its pure terror. If you still haven't experienced it, now's your chance.
Hot Fuzz (2007), Available April 16: Of the three films that make up Simon Pegg and Edgar Wright's "Cornetto Trilogy," Hot Fuzz has the least to do with the kind of genre movies we cover here, but hey...it's a Cornetto Trilogy movie, and that makes it essential viewing.
Noah (2014), Available April 18: Darren Aronofksy's take on the Biblical tale of the great flood, and Noah and his family's survival of it, was controversial, critically divisive, and, like every Aronofsky film, just plain fascinating.
A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night (2014), Available April 21: Part vampire drama, part crime film, part horror film, part Western, this American-made, Iranian-set film received glowing reviews for its atmosphere, its inventiveness, and its star.
National Treasure (2004), Available April 27: It's not exactly a sci-fi or fantasy film, but it is a fascinating alternate history woven into a heist film that might just feature Nicolas Cage at his most unabashedly entertaining.