What’s New on Netflix: February 2018.
Several highly anticipated originals premier in February, alongside an odd hodge-podge of mainstream movies.
So…what’s new on Netflix besides The Cloverfield Paradox? The sudden release of the third movie in the giant monster franchise after having only premiered the trailer an hour earlier during half-time made Netflix a big topic of conversation. While Cloverfield is a bold move, there are a ton of other original films on the service in February as well.
It may be close to Valentine’s Day, but Netflix seems convinced that what your budding relationship needs is dick and fart jokes. The entire (ill-advised) American Pie franchise comes to the streaming platform this month, along with other silly comedies like Evan Almighty and Meet the Parents.
The rather uninspiring line-up of classic movies highlights Netflix’s ever-growing list of originals and exclusives. Looking to one-up Amazon’s sci-fi series, Electric Dreams, we get the intriguing dystopian drama, Altered Carbon. For fans of foreign cinema there is a violent thriller out of South Korea (Mute), a live-action remake of Fullmetal Alchemist from Japan, and a romantic comedy out of India (Love Per Square Foot.) Add this to a solid roster of documentaries, TV series and comedy specials and Netflix in February should suit you better than chocolates and roses.
Original Movies and Specials.
- Kavin Jay: Everybody Calm Down! (2/2)
- On Body and Soul (2/2)
- Fred Armisen: Standup For Drummers (2/6)
- My Next Guest Needs No Introduction With David Letterman: George Clooney (2/9)
- Seeing Allred
- The Ritual
- The Trader (Sovdagari)
- When We First Met
- Love Per Square Foot (2/14)
- Irreplaceable You (2/16)
- FullMetal Alchemist (2/19)
- Forgotten (2/21)
- Mute (2/21)
- Derren Brown: The Push (2/27)
- Marlon Wayans: Woke-ish (2/27)
Our Pick: Mute.
A man goes missing for 19 days and has no mystery of what happened to him. Now he has to unravel the dark and bloody story behind his own disappearance.
South Korean thrillers have been top notch for about a decade now, going all the way back to Park Chan Wook‘s masterful Oldboy. This film channels the same desperation and dark vibe without feeling like a copy.
- Altered Carbon: Season 1 (2/2)
- Coach Snoop: Season 1 (2/2)
- Luna Petunia: Return to Amazia: Season 1 (2/2)
- Queer Eye: Season 1 (2/7)
- Fate/Apocrypha: Part 2 (2/9)
- Greenhouse Academy: Season 2 (2/14)
- Re:Mind: Season 1 (2/15)
- DreamWorks Dragons: Race to the Edge: Season 6 (2/16)
- Everything Sucks!: Season 1 (2/16)
- First Team: Juventus: Season 1 (2/16)
- The Joel McHale Show with Joel McHale (2/18)
- The Frankenstein Chronicles: Season 1 and Season 2 (2/20)
- Marseille: Season 2 (2/23)
- Seven Seconds: Season 1 (2/23)
- Ugly Delicious: Season 1 (2/23)
Our Pick: Re:Mind Season 1
12 strangers wake up chained to a dinner table.
12 Strangers wake up chained to a dinner table. Really, what more do you want from a mystery?!
Our Pick: The Frankenstein Chronicles.
A British constable tracks a serial criminal who appears to be following in the footsteps of the fictional Dr. Frankenstein.
Sean Bean versus Frankenstein? Hell yes!
Movie Release Schedule.
- 42 Grams
- Aeon Flux
- American Pie
- American Pie 2
- American Pie Presents: Band Camp
- American Pie Presents: The Book of Love
- American Pie Presents: The Naked Mile
- Ella Enchanted
- How the Beatles Changed the World
- John Mellencamp: Plain Spoken
- Kill Bill: Vol. 1
- Kill Bill: Vol. 2
- Lara Croft: Tomb Raider
- Liberated: The New Sexual Revolution
- Meet the Fockers
- Meet the Parents
- Men in Black
- National Parks Adventure
- Ocean’s Eleven
- Ocean’s Thirteen
- Ocean’s Twelve
- Paint It Black
- Scream 3
- The Hurt Locker
- Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story
- Cabin Fever
- 6 Days
- The Emoji Movie
- Evan Almighty
- Blood Money
- The Bachelors
- Jeepers Creepers 3
- Heyday of the Insensitive Bastards
- People You May Know