10 Best New Movies on Netflix, Amazon, HBO Max & Hulu: February 2022

February is here! It might be a short month, but there’s no shortage of great new movies streaming. From weird comedies to fresh action, we’ve got a ton of great options for you to watch at home this month. And if you’re looking for a chilling story this winter, don’t worry, because we also have the perfect ice-cold horror selection for you.

Below, enjoy some of the best options from a variety of good new offerings for HBO Max, Netflix, Paramount Plus, Shudder, Amazon Prime Video, and Hulu. It’s not easy, with all the great options available, but we’ve got it covered just for you.

Got something else you’d like to check out this month? Planning to check this one out? Did and loved it? Be sure to let us know in the comments.

Black Dynamite

Black Dynamite poses with a pistol and backpack.

Image: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment

Michael Jai White is one of the great underrated actors of our time, and his parody of slander Black Dynamite One of the funniest movies of the century. White stars in the film Black Dynamite, a former CIA agent whose quest to avenge his brother’s death leads him all the way to Nixon’s White House. White also co-wrote the hilarious, humorous script, filled with silly jokes and cultural commentary alike. –Pete Volk

Black Dynamite available for live streaming HBO Max.


Colonel mustard looked at her. the white person is feeling the fire in her face burning, burning

Image: Paramount Pictures

It’s not usually a board game-inspired movie that turns into a cult classic, but that’s exactly what happened when Jonathan Lynn took the job as director. Clue, a 1985 dark comedy mystery film starring Colleen Camp, Tim Curry, Michael McKean, and Madeline Kahn. Co-written by John Landis (The Blues . Brothers, American Werewolf in London), Lynn’s adaptation is also hilarious because it’s subversively renewed, featuring three different endings shown separately during the original theatrical run, with audiences arguing over the “right” ending. in one Rashomon-like viewing experience. While subsequent home releases of the film include all three alternate endings, Clue still sharp and humorous of a murder mystery parody as the day it was released. —Toussaint Egan

Clue available for live streaming Paramount Plus.

The Exorcist

Lankester Merrin stands in front of the MacNeils in The Exorcist.

Image: Warner Home Video

An all-time classic for a reason, The Exorcist It’s just as scary now as it was when it caused a slight nationwide panic when it was released in 1973. When a young girl (Linda Blair) starts behaving very strangely, her mother tries anything what and everything to get her help, leading to… well, you know the movie name. The realism of the desire to keep her daughter safe in an uncontrollable world posed with a supernatural conflict drew you in in the first place and held you back far beyond the length of the operation. its two hours long. –PV

The Exorcist available for live streaming Netflix.


Jeff Goldbum as Seth Brundle in The Fly.

Image: 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment

Jeff Goldblum stars in David Cronenberg’s 1986 sci-fi thriller Fly as Seth Brundle, a brilliant and ambitious scientist who has undergone a metamorphosis that would send a chill down Gregor Samsa’s spine. Fly is a tragic tale of creepy and heart-pounding run-of-the-mill science, enhanced by Cronenberg’s signature penchant for bodily horror, violence, and blatantly sensual special effects. —TE

Fly available for live streaming Amazon Prime Video.

Invasion of body hunters


Image: MGM Home Entertainment

Don Siegel’s classic sci-fi story of a California town whose residents are gradually taken over by emotionless clones of themselves has been remade several times (including the 1978 version). also excellent with Donald Sutherland), but with less of the tense and emotional heart of the bone-chilling original. A local doctor (Kevin McCarthy) and his ex-girlfriend (Dana Wynter) are the first to suspect what’s going on, but it’s a struggle to convince anyone else of the madness. happening (or know who to trust). With 80 minutes of sharpness, you’ll have a great time, but beware of pod folks! – PV

Invasion of body hunters available for live streaming Hulu and Paramount Plus.

The last winter

A man stands in front of a white container in the middle of the Antarctic tundra in The Last Winter.

Image: IFC Films

Larry Fessenden’s haunting tale of environmental devastation in the Arctic is a masterpiece of modern horror. An environmental scientist (James LeGros) is sent to the North Pole to oversee an oil drilling operation, before natural and supernatural conflicts arise to complicate matters further. Responding to both global warming and “discovered” anthropogenic hazards The last winter features an amazing cast led by Ron Perlman and Connie Britton, and masterfully uses a horror aesthetic to build tension and intrigue. – PV

The last winter available for live streaming Creepy.

The Mighty Quinn

Denzel Washington and James Fox in The Mighty Quinn.

Image: MGM Home Entertainment

Before Denzel Washington was one of our all-time great movie stars, he brought all-time great movie star energy into disposable horror movies. The Mighty Quinnbased on the 1971 pulp novel by AHZ Carr Find Maubeebut re-emerged with a title excerpted from a Bob Dylan song, it wouldn’t be a much-recommended murder mystery without the two-time Oscar-winning actor – despite the script from Blade Runner writer Hampton Fancher, the ski slope is quite pedestrian. But Washington has to work every muscle when Xavier Quinn, the sheriff of a made-up Caribbean island, is investigating his own best friend Maubee (Robert Townsend) after a resort owner nursing a dead millionaire. Tracing the killer’s trail, Quinn interrogates witnesses, runs home to pick up his children, steps out of an attractive woman, tries to mend a fractured relationship with his step-wife. his cold, and dodged enough bullets to earn the title of “mighty”. As a result, Washington combines muscle with charm, complacent power with anxiety in the head, and a calculated sense of island dynamics. Powered by Michael Rose reggae, The Mighty Quinn is a flashy 90-minute film with a 1970s crime setting, set against the backdrop of beauty with an equally mesmerizing presence on screen. For some of us, it’s the ideal vacation. —Matt Patches

The Mighty Quinn available for live streaming HBO Max.

The One

Jet Li confronts Jet Li in The One.

Image: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment

Multiverse movies are all the rage right now, so why not catch up with a classic? Jet Li plays a sinister interstellar assassin whose sole goal is to kill every other version of himself in multiple verses, leaving him as “The One”. With each instance he kills, he becomes stronger, gaining superhuman strength, speed, and intelligence. Jet Li also plays Gabriel Yulaw, the last remaining alter ego to slay his villain, and Delroy Lindo (!) and Jason Statham (with an American accent!!!) play multi-sentence cops. sent to track him down. Come let Jet Li kick people out into the air like soccer balls, stay with the wild early 2000s Nu Metal soundtrack. –PV

The One available for live streaming Netflix and Hulu.


Tom Hardy as Tommy Conlon in Warrior.

Image: Lionsgate Home Entertainment

Quality sports movies are rare in Hollywood. In Warrior, two estranged brothers – one a former Marine and one-time wrestling prodigy (Tom Hardy), the other a former MMA professional high school physics teacher (Joel Edgerton) – compete in a big MMA, with more stakes than just a big cash prize. Gavin O’Connor’s heartfelt tale of colliding fates features great central performances, great MMA fight scenes (second unit director JJ Perry is a modern action legend) and Strong tournament story structure incorporates the whole thing. –PV

Warrior available for live streaming Netflix.

West story

Sharks and jets go head-to-head on the basketball court in West Side Story.

Image: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer

West story is a subversive reminder that racial tensions are nothing new in America. But it’s also an upbeat, colorful, catchy musical that portrays Romeo and Juliet as a mid-’50s confrontation between a white street gang and a Puerto Rican gang in New York City. Sure, tougher movies about anti-immigrant violence and stereotypes have been made, but the reality is that all of these things were such a part of 1960s American life they were telling. for the singles to have fun. West story of Let’s frankly look at racism and the barriers to the American dream that are still bold to this day, even though some of them are outdated, especially the white actors who wear leather. brown to play Puerto Rican characters. But its public acknowledgment of the shallowness and destructive power of racism is still poignant, and the songs and elaborate dance performances are still winning. – Tasha Robinson

West story available for live streaming HBO Max.

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Aila Slisco

Aila Slisco is a Dailynationtoday U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Aila Slisco joined Dailynationtoday in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing: ailaslisco@dailynationtoday.com.

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