Tubi puts their heart into February’s horror additions

Tubi in February 2022 - Courtesy of Tubi
Tubi in February 2022 - Courtesy of Tubi /

Tubi is once again featuring some great horror additions on their free streaming platform. Tubi is ad-supported, but films are presented in their entirety and not cut for content. Let’s take a look at which great horror selections will be added in February to Tubi:

Tubi Original Romeo & Juliet Killers will be available to watch on February 25. This film is inspired by a true crime involving a teenager and her boyfriend. The two murdered her single mother in her gated community in California before running away and attempting suicide.

30 Days of Night – A great wintery vampire film to watch this time of year, 30 Days of Night is set in Barrow, a small town in Alaska preparing for their month-long polar winter. A group of vampires knows that 30 days with no sunlight will be the perfect feeding ground for them, and find out they must contend with Sheriff Eben Oleson, who will do anything he can to protect his son and estranged wife.

30 Days of Night: Dark Days – Stella Oleson has spent the last year of her life trying to convince others that vampires were responsible for the decimation of Barrow, Alaska. She ends up involved in a plot to hunt vampire queen Lilith.

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A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984) – Poor Nancy has lost her best friend Tina to murder; a murder that local authorities are certain was committed by her boyfriend Rod. But Nancy knows that she and Tina shared a nightmare about Fred Krueger, a man with a scarred face and knives for hands, and soon finds herself in mortal danger.

Exorcist II: The Heretic – The disappointing follow-up to 1973’s The Exorcist brought back Linda Blair as Regan MacNeil. Father Lamont is a priest questioning his faith and was involved in an exorcism gone horrifically wrong. He is assigned to investigate Father Merrin’s death, and interview Regan.

Freddy’s Dead: The Final Nightmare – The sixth film in the Nightmare on Elm Street franchise features cameos by Rosanne Barr, Tom Arnold, Alice Cooper and Johnny Depp. The only surviving child of Krueger’s last rampage is John Doe, who has no memory of who he is or what happened. When he ends up at a shelter for troubled teens, the residents must fight Freddy.

Freddy vs. Jason – A crossover film between A Nightmare on Elm Street and Friday the 13th, this one sees Freddy Krueger and Jason Voorhees fighting to the death. Interestingly, a sequel involving a crossover with Evil Dead was planned, but ended up as a comic book instead (Freddy vs. Jason vs. Ash).

I’ll Always Know What You Did Last Summer – The third installment of the I Know What You Did Last Summer films was direct-to-video. A group of teens pranks attendees at the town carnival, with one of them dressing up as the infamous Fisherman. When one of them is killed, the others make a secrecy pact (which didn’t end well for the teens in the first flick, so why?).

Insidious: The Last Key – Lin Shaye returns in this prequel, which gives us the back story behind the very interesting character of Elise. We get to see how her traumatic childhood shaped her into a working paranormal investigator.

Slender Man – This 2018 film features the creepypasta character known as Slender Man. Four girls summon the supernatural entity. When one of them disappears, the others make contact with Slender Man so they can get their friend back. Spoiler alert: bad idea.

The Exorcism of Emily Rose – This is a better than average possession film, and is loosely based on a true story. 19-year-old Emily Rose died during an attempted exorcism, and the priest is being charged with negligent homicide. Jennifer Carpenter (Dexter) gives an outstanding performance as Emily.

The Glass House – Leelee Sobieski plays 16-year-old Ruby, who loses her parents in a car crash. Ruby and her younger brother are placed with their parents’ friends, Erin and Terry Glass. What a coincidence, the Glass family lives in a glass house! Soon enough, Ruby starts to suspect Mr. and Mrs. Glass are up to no good.

The Grudge 2 – The sequel to 2004’s The Grudge featured the return of Sarah Michelle Gellar’s character Karen. Karen’s sister Aubrey visits her in the hospital after her attempt to burn down the Saeki house and stop the curse.

Twilight Zone: The Movie – This 1983 anthology film became notorious due to the on-set deaths of actor Vic Morrow and two illegally-hired child actors. It features an all-star cast, including Morrow, John Lithgow, Scatman Crothers and Dan Aykroyd.

Panic Room – While director David Fincher is most recently known as the producer/director of the Netflix series Mindhunter, he was also the director of this 2002 thriller. Jodie Foster and a very young Kristen Stewart play a mother and daughter who are forced to hide out in their new brownstone’s panic room when three men break in.

Photo: Wes Craven’s New Nightmare.. Image Courtesy Shudder /

Wes Craven’s New Nightmare – While technically the seventh film in the NOES franchise, this one had an innovative, and quite meta take on Freddy Krueger. In this universe, actress Heather Langenkamp finds herself facing the villain she fought when she played Nancy in two prior Elm Street films.

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