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February 2024: 10 Best New Movies to Stream

A list of the best new movies to stream in February 2024, from Netflix hits to higgen gems and anticipated films! Here are this month’s top 10 releases, according to Loud and Clear!

What are the best new movies to stream in February 2024? If you’re asking yourself this very question, we have you covered! We made a top 10 of the most promising films – from hidden gems to anticipated hits – coming to streaming platforms this month. You can find all the releases in the list below, and scroll till the end for even more movies coming to Netflix, Prime, Max, Hulu, Disney Plus, Shudder, and more streamers in February 2024! Happy watching!


Director: Sean Charmatz
Release Date: February 2
Where to Stream it: Netflix

Orion and the Dark: Trailer (Netflix)

Are you afraid of the Dark? So is the protagonist of this new Netflix animated movie! But for elementary school kid Orion (Jacob Tremblay, of Luca), the dark is the embodiment of all his fears – and he has many. One night, Dark (Paul Walter Hauser, of Black Bird) actually visits him, but it does the opposite of what Orion would expect: it whisks him away on a rollercoaster ride, to show him that there’s nothing to fear. Will Orion finally learn to accept the unknown?


Director: Raman Hui
Release Date: February 2
Where to Stream it: Paramount+

The Tiger’s Apprentice: Trailer (Paramount+)

One of the most anticipated new movies in February 2024 is The Tiger’s Apprentice! Henry Golding, Brandon Soo Hoo, Lucy Liu, Sandra Oh and Michelle Yeoh all star in this new animated adventure about a Chinese-American boy named Tom (Soo Hoo) who discovers a secret about his family. In a film that gives us Turning Red and Raya and the Last Dragon vibes, young Tom must become a magical protector known as a Guardian, like his family before him. In the film, we follow his training with a mythical tiger named Hu (Golding), as his final aim is to defeat a force called Loo (Yeoh).


Director: Nia DaCosta
Release Date: February 7
Where to Stream it: Hulu/Disney Plus

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If you weren’t able to catch The Marvels at the theater, the wait is over: this Marvel gem hits Disney Plus this month! Director Nia DaCosta brings us a fun, action-packed movie that shines due to the chemistry of its cast and a story that’s full of heart. The film brings together Captain Marvel (Brie Larson), Ms Marvel‘s Kamala Khan (Iman Vellani), and WandaVision‘s Monica Rambeau (Teyonah Parris) as they join forces to prevent a Kree warrior (Zawe Ashton) from destroying the Earth.


Director: LSam Hobkinson
Release Date: February 9
Where to Stream it: Netflix

LOVER, STALKER, KILLER: Trailer (Netflix)

The film with the most intriguing title of the month is Lover, Stalker, Killer, a sinister documentary about a mechanic who tries online dating. But Dave’s first experience is no ordinary romance: two dates with promising women Liz and Cari turn first into a twisted love triangle and then into a four year nightmare for Dave. The documentary uses reenactments and testimonies – including those from the law enforcement officers who discovered it all – to convey what Dave went through and make for a tense watching experience.


Director: Laura Chinn
Release Date: February 9
Where to Stream it: Hulu/Disney Plus

Suncoast: Trailer (Searchlight)

Nico Parker, Laura Linney, Woody Harrelson and more star in Suncoast, one of the most exciting movies to stream this month. The film had its world premiere at Sundance 2024 and is about a teenager (Parker) who becomes friends with an eccentric activist (Harrelson) he meets while he’s looking after his brother with his mother (Linney). It’s a semi-autobiographical story, and this makes us even more excited for this Hulu release.


Director: Carlson Young
Release Date: February 9
Where to Stream it: Prime Video

Upgraded: Trailer (Prime Video)

Camila Mendes plays Ana, an ambitious intern for a demanding boss (Marisa Tomei). Ana would like to have a career in the art world, and, one day, she gets a little closer to her dream when she’s upgraded to first class on a work trip. But that’s where she meets the handsome Will (Archie Renaux), who mistakes her for her boss, and chaos – but also romance and opportunity, as long as Will doesn’t discover her secret – ensues.


Director: Trish Sie
Release Date: February 14
Where to Stream it: Netflix

Players: Trailer (Netflix)

Nothing screams Valentine’s Day more than this new Netflix film from director Trish Sie. In Players, Gina Rodriguez (Jane the Virgin) plays a New York sportswriter named Mack (Gina Rodriguez), who has spent years devising successful hook-up “plays” with her best friend Adam (Damon Wayans Jr.). One day, they decide to put a stop to all of this with a series of rules — no. one being that they can’t build a relationship from a play. Needless to say, Mack falls for her next target, a handsome war correspondent named Nick (Tom Ellis).


Director: Dave Meyers
Release Date: February 16
Where to Stream it: Prime Video

This Is Me…Now: A Love Story: Trailer (Prime Video)

The synopsis of This Is Me…Now: A Love Story tells us that the film is “like nothing you’ve ever seen from Jennifer Lopez”. Keeping in mind that JLo co-wrote, co-created, and stars in the film, which will drop at the same time as her highly anticipated new album – the first in 10 years! – we believe it. This Is Me…Now: A Love Story is a cinematic odyssey that’s all about storytelling and personal healing, where the musician shows us her journey to love. Among the names attached to the project are Fat Joe, Trevor Noah, Kim Petras, Post Malone, Keke Palmer, Sofia Vergara, Ben Affleck, and many more.


Director: Bo Mirhosseni
Release Date: February 23
Where to Stream it: Shudder

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In the near future, war and corruption have plagued America and turned it into a theocratic police state. But citizens have formed a group, The Resistance, to rebel against the oppression. One day, one of their members breaks out of political prison to reunite with her family, and they take refuge in a remote safe house. But their journey has only just begun, as something sinister is going on. Paul Wesley and Jackie Cruz star in this promising Shudder movie.


Director: Matthew Vaughn
Release Date: shortly after its February 2 theatrical release
Where to Stream it: Apple TV+

Sofia Boutella, Henry Cavill, Dua Lipa, Bryce Dallas Howard, Ariana DeBose, Sam Rockwell, Samuel L. Jackson, Bryan Cranston, John Cena, Catherine O’Hara: the list goes on. Argylle brings these incredibly talented actors together to tell the story of a spy novelist named Elly Conway who, alongside her cat, becomes entangled in actual espionage when she inadvertently discovers the activities of an underground syndicate. We don’t have a release date for the movie yet, but it will be out globally on Apple TV+ after its theatrical run, which begins on February 2. Keep an eye on this page for updates!


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