You can't miss Horror movies streaming on Arrow, Peacock, Prime, and Paramount+ in February, with both classic horror films and little-seen horror from Brazil. Arrow is bringing the eerie and gruesome Coffin Joe back for another round of Brazilian terror. Paramount+ has classics like Zodiac and new films like Fresh. Peacock has dinosaurs and vampire hunters with Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom and Van Helsing. Prime Video brings the uproarious zombie horror comedy Scouts Guide To The Zombie Apocalypse and Jordan Peele's chilling modern masterpiece Get Out. Get your fill now since February is a short month.
Zodiac is David Fincher's examination of the mystery of the Zodiac Killer, a serial murderer who has never been caught and was known for sending taunting letters to local newspapers in the Bay Area of California. While the Zodiac only has five murders to his name, he claimed many more, and the case is the most famous of all serial murderers in the United States. The film has dreamy murder sequences and uses the song "Hurdy Gurdy Man" by Donovan to unnerving effect. The scene pictured here is one of the scariest scenes I've ever seen.
Interview With the Vampire
The Loved Ones
Vampire in Brooklyn
When a Stranger Calls
M. Night Shyamalan's Split is a deeply disturbing tale of three girls captured by a serial killer with dissociative identity disorder. Kevin Wendell Crumb and his 23 personalities, played by James McAvoy, alternately terrorize and comfort the girls who are trapped in an underground lair. Anya Taylor-Joy and Betty Buckley also star in the film, but McAvoy's central performance is not one to miss. Peacock also has Warm Bodies, the zombie romance, and Universal's Van Helsing on tap.
Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom
Look out, Prime has zombies ready to pounce with the outrageous Scouts Guide To The Zombie Apocalypse streaming this month. The emphasis is on horror comedy with Scouts Guide To The Zombie Apocalypse because the film's scares and humor take the wheel with the movie. You've got some other great choices on Prime with The Vampire Lovers, Get Out, and From Beyond.
Halloween H20: 20 Years Later
Scouts Guide To The Zombie Apocalypse
The Vampire Lovers
Arrow is giving you a second wave of five new Coffin Joe titles for those fans who demand even more of the Brazilian master of horror. During February, Arrow also has two great films from Spanish horror auteur Alex de la Iglesia. There are films that people call wild, and then there are Alex de la Iglesia films that are really wild. Check out The Day of the Beast and Perdita Durango on February 5 to see what I mean. You're going to see Rosie Perez and Javier Bardem do things you haven't seen them do before.
On February 2
The Wyrm of Bwlch Pen Barras (2023)
The Monkey's Paw (2022)
On February 5
The Day of the Beast (1995)
Perdita Durango (1997)
On February 19
When The Gods Fall Asleep (1972)
The Strange Hostel of Naked Pleasures (1976)
Hellish Flesh (1977)
Hallucinations of a Deranged Mind (1978)
Embodiment of Evil (2008)