Tubi is chock full of films in February, including plenty of horror, thrillers and true crime to love in the month of Valentine’s Day. Let’s take a look at what Tubi has to offer in February.
13 Ghosts – I am not sure whether Tubi is adding the 1960 original, or the 2001 remake, but either plot involves a family who has inherited a large mansion. Unfortunately, the mansion comes fully equipped with 12 ghosts…and a 13th needs to be added.
Blue Velvet – David Lynch’s dark masterpiece features Kyle MacLachlan, Isabella Rossellini, Laura Dern and Dennis Hopper.
Hannibal – Anthony Hopkins returned to his signature role of Dr. Hannibal Lecter for this sequel to The Silence of the Lambs, with Julianne Moore taking over the role of Clarice Starling. A disfigured victim of Lecter’s hatches a plot for revenge and hopes Starling will bring the serial killer out of hiding.
Stephen King’s IT – Again, I don’t know if this is the original miniseries or the 2017 film. But most horror fans are familiar with the story, set it Derry, Maine, where a group of kids butts head with supernatural clown Pennywise.
The Descent – If you haven’t seen this excellent horror movie, now is your chance. A group of young women go spelunking in an effort to help their friend Sarah move past the deaths of her husband and daughter. Unfortunately, Juno chose an unexplored cave (without telling her friends), and the group becomes trapped within the cave. And they are not alone.
The Descent Part II – The sequel begins two days after Sarah’s escape from the cave. Believing that Sarah’s friends may still be alive and trapped, the sheriff enlists the help of cave specialists and forces Sarah to go along and help find the missing women.
The Killing of a Sacred Deer – Doctor Steven Murphy befriends a teenage boy named Martin, even introducing him to his wife and kids. Soon, Martin’s evil intentions begin to show, and Steven must try to save his family.
The Lighthouse – Willem Dafoe and Robert Pattinson star in this genre-bending film from Max Eggers (The Witch) as two men working the lighthouse on a remote island in New England.
Warm Bodies – Wikipedia describes this as “a paranormal romantic zombie comedy film.” Inspired by Romeo and Juliet, it tells the story of a young woman’s romance with a zombie who seems to be slowly reverting back to his human form.
Welcome Home – Aaron Paul and Emily Ratajkowski star as a troubled couple who decide to take a trip to Italy in an effort to save their relationship. When they encounter Federico, things take a nasty turn.