The 10 best new movies to watch on Netflix, Disney+, Peacock and more in February 2022
Streaming services have plenty of romance on the way for Valentine’s Day, but February is also filled with new movies for the non-romantic.
Netflix, Hulu, Peacock, Paramount+, Prime Video and Disney+ are saving you a trip to the movies with their own offering of new movies in February. There’s a range of rom-coms, horrors, documentaries, cartoons and thrillers on the way for subscribers.
If you’re planning on spending some time indoors, here are the ten best movies hitting streaming services in February 2022.
The Tinder scammerFebruary 2 —Netflix
A new documentary telling a chilling story, The Tinder scammer is a modern-day cautionary tale about the dangers of dating apps.
From the perspective of the women involved, The Tinder scammer tells the story of a prolific con artist who poses as a billionaire playboy on Tinder.
KIMIFebruary 10 –HBO Max
Zoë Kravitz stars in this thriller that incorporates the COVID-19 pandemic into the storyline. Kravitz plays Angela Childs, an agoraphobic tech who witnesses a violent crime online, but no one else seems interested in justice.
KIMI is written by Impossible mission screenwriter David Koepp and directed by Steven Soderbergh.
big girl 2February 11th —Netflix
The Netflix Original sequel of 2019 Tall girl, Jodi (Ava Michelle) must deal with her new high school popularity. With a new boyfriend and the starring role in the school musical, her insecurities escalate, testing the once strong relationships around her.
I want you to come backFebruary 11th — Amazon Prime Video
Charlie Day and Jenny Slate team up for Prime Video’s new original rom-com, I want you to come back. The two play characters who are broken up by their respective partners (Gina Rodriguez, Scott Eastwood) so Day and Slate vow to help each other win back their exes.
The rom-com arrives just in time for Valentine’s Day, and keep an eye out for an unexpected hot tub-dipping cameo.
The in-betweenFebruary 11th —Paramount+
Joey King and the cast of The in-between will touch your heart in this teen romance, with a hint of the supernatural.
Tessa (King) and Skylar (Kyle Allen) play young lovers who have a car accident that kills Skylar. Devastated, Tessa finds hope when she begins to receive messages from a spirit, which leads her to communicate with the dead in order to help him cross over to the other side.
Marry meFebruary 11th – Peacock
Jennifer Lopez plays a pop star sensation with marital issues in this Peacock movie. Her character Kat is left at the altar in front of the world by Bastian (Maluma) so naturally she decides to marry a man (Owen Wilson) from the mob instead.
Sarah Silverman steals all the scenes in which she’s best friends with Parker, but the show’s real star is the soundtrack performed by J-Lo and Maluma. The official soundtrack album of Marry me releases February 4, 2022.
Chainsaw MassacreFebruary 18 —Netflix
Truly signifying that Valentine’s Day is over, Netflix brings us the latest slasher horror film from the Chainsaw Massacre franchise on Friday, February 18.
A sequel to the 1974 film The Texas Chainsaw Massacrethe film will again feature a group of youngsters terrorized by the Leatherface wielding a chainsaw.
The Wonderful World of Mickey MouseFebruary 18 —Disney+
It’s been a quiet month for Disney+ and The Wonderful World of Mickey Mouse the cartoon is technically not a movie. Following the successful release of the first season of shorts, Season 2 of the cartoon series will release four seasonal feature specials, starting with this one.
Hard core Mickey, Minnie, Donald, Goofy and Pluto are here, while you can also expect to see cameos from classic Disney characters.
A Homecoming MadeaFebruary 25 —Netflix
Tyler Perry is bringing back his character Madea for his eleventh feature (including the 2015 animated film) for the first time in three years.
A Homecoming Madea is adapted from Perry’s play Madea’s Farewell, and sees Madea attending her great-grandson’s graduation party. Perry has signed a distribution deal with Netflix, so it could be the first of a long series Do one upcoming movies.
No ExitFebruary 25 —Hulu
An intense thriller exclusively on Hulu, No Exit follows a group of people who become stranded at a mountain rest area during a blizzard. However, things go awry when a kidnapped child is discovered in a car belonging to one of the people inside, leading everyone to wonder who the dangerous kidnapper is.