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LIST: Films and TV shows to watch this February 2024

By Mica Rodriguez Published Feb 14, 2024 3:30 pm

Hello, February!

A new month is finally here—and so are new films and television shows to look forward to. Whether you want to go to the cinemas to watch a film with your special someone this Valentine's season or just chill at home while enjoying a series, there's something on this watch list that could be worth checking out for you.

Here are some of the most interesting releases that are coming out this February.

A Killer Paradox

Status: Starts streaming on Netflix on Feb. 9
Starring: Choi Woo-shik, Son Sok-ku, Lee Hee-joon, Kim Yo-han

Due to an accidental crime he committed, an average college student gets tangled in an endless cat-and-mouse chase with a determined detective who will stop at nothing to capture him. You might be interested in watching this black comedy thriller because some scenes were filmed in the Philippines.

Lisa Frankenstein

Status: Showing in cinemas starting Feb. 9
Starring: Cole Sprouse, Kathryn Newton, and Liza Soberano

The highly anticipated Hollywood debut of Liza Soberano is finally happening. This coming of "rage" love story will surely make you giggle—and scream! Here, a teenager named Lisa Swallows (Kathryn Newton) falls in love with a corpse (Cole Sprouse) and successfully brings him back to life. The two then embark on a journey to find love, happiness, and a "few missing body parts" in between. Liza plays Taffy, Lisa's stepsister in the film.


Status: Starts streaming on Prime Video on Feb. 9
Starring: Camila Mendes, Archie Renaux, and Marisa Tomei

Time for some romance-comedy! An ambitious intern named Ana (Camila Mendes) dreams of startinh a career in the art scene while trying to impress her demanding boss named Claire (Marisa Tomei). When she's upgraded to first class on a work trip, she meets handsome Will (Archie Renaux), who mistakes Ana for her boss. She goes with this white lie, which then sets off a glamorous chain of events, romance, and opportunity until her fib threatens to surface.

Madame Web

Status: Showing in cinemas starting Feb. 14
Starring: Dakota Johnson, Isabela Merced, Sydney Sweeney

Dakota Johnson is back as New York City paramedic Cassandra Webb, who starts to show signs of clairvoyance. Forced to confront revelations about her past, she must protect three young women from a mysterious adversary who wants them dead.

I Am Not Big Bird

Status: Showing in cinemas starting Feb. 14
Starring: Enrique Gil with Pepe Herrera, Red Ollero, and Nikko Natividad

Did you miss Enrique Gil? The beloved Kapamilya star is back on the big screen with the riot comedy I Am Not Big Bird. The hunk actor plays a 30-something virgin who was turned down by his girlfriend when he proposed marriage. He flies to Bangkok, Thailand with his buddies, where he will be mistaken by the locals and tourists as the popular adult video star "Big Bird." It’s nice to actually witness Quen’s wacky side again through this film.

House of Ninjas

Status: Streaming on Netflix starting Feb. 15
Starring: Kento Kaku, Yôsuke Eguchi, Tae Kimura, Kengo Kôra

Who misses ninja movies? We do! In House of Ninjas, a dysfunctional family must return to shadowy missions to counteract a string of looming threats—years after retiring from their formidable ninja lives.

The Impossible Heir

Status: Streaming on Disney+ starting Feb. 28
Starring: Lee Jae-wook, Lee Jun-young, and Hong Su Zu

Last but not the least is an action-packed revenge series titled The Impossible Heir. What happens when an illegitimate son of a Korean conglomerate owner teams up with an ambitious childhood friend with a dark past? Will the unstoppable duo be able to achieve their goal of conquering the top of a societal food chain?