Sky Cinema's new releases in February
Find out what new films are coming this month.
It’s the start of a new year, but also a new month, which brings with it new films coming to Sky Cinema. Find out the schedule for Sky Cinema’s new releases this February.
Insidious: The Red Door - 5th February
Credit: INSIDIOUS: THE RED DOOR – Final Trailer (HD) (Sony pictures Entertainment, Youtube)
The latest film in the horror epic Insidious series, adding a new sinister chapter to the story.
A decade after their terrifying encounter with The Further, Josh (Patrick Wilson, Aquaman) struggles to reconnect with his son Dalton (Ty Simpkins, The Whale) while battling haunting memories.
When Dalton begins drawing the ominous red door, their past demons resurface, leading them deeper into The Further than ever before.
Facing new terrifying entities and confronting dark family secrets, they must find a way to close the red door and finally escape the clutches of evil.
Hypnotic – 6th February
A haunted detective, obsessed with finding his missing daughter, stumbles upon a hidden world of mind control, leading him down a twisted rabbit hole of conspiracy and betrayal as he races against time to uncover the truth.
Stars Ben Affleck (Jay and Silent Bob Stike Back) and William Fichtner (The Longest Yard).
57 Seconds – 7th February
Starring Morgan Freeman (The Lego Movie) and Josh Hutcherson (Bridge to Terabithia), Tech blogger Franklin stumbles upon a ring offering 57-second time jumps.
Driven by revenge for his sister's death, he navigates perilous choices and unintended consequences in a thrilling battle against a powerful corporation.
Ruby Gillman, Teenage Kraken – 12th February
Credit: RUBY GILLMAN, TEENAGE KRAKEN | New Trailer (Universal Pictures, Youtube)
Shy teen Ruby dreams of fitting in at school, but her overprotective mom forbids her from the ocean. However, when she breaks the rule, Ruby discovers she's a descendant of legendary Krakens destined to protect the seas from villainous mermaids.
Now, she must embrace her powers, juggle high school drama, and navigate a fantastical underwater world to become the Warrior Queen she was meant to be.
A brilliantly fun and underrated animated coming-of-age fantasy that the family can enjoy!
The Bricklayer – 13th February
Haunted by his past, retired CIA agent Vail hunts a rogue operative tarnishing the agency's reputation, but unearthing a global conspiracy forces him to confront dark secrets and fight for redemption.
Nina Dobrev (The Vampire Diaries) and Aaron Eckhart (The Dark Knight) star.
Desperation Road – 14th February
A recently released convict, haunted by his past, reluctantly helps a young woman on the run from a corrupt cop. Together, they must fight for survival against a dangerous conspiracy, uncovering secrets that threaten to tear their lives apart.
Stars Mel Gibson (Chicken Run) and Willa Fitzgerald (Reacher).
Mission: Impossible - Dead Reckoning Part One – 19th February
Credit: Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part One | Official Trailer (Paramount Pictures, Youtube)
Ethan Hunt (Tom Cruise, Tropic Thunder) is back in action for the seventh instalment of the Mission: Impossible series.
In a race against time, Ethan Hunt and his IMF team must track down a lethal AI hidden within a two-part key before it falls into the wrong hands. Their globe-trotting mission leads them through daring heists, explosive showdowns, and tangled alliances, forcing Ethan to confront a mysterious, all-powerful enemy and question everything he believes in.
A fantastically fast-paced entry into the series that features many returning faces, such as Simon Pegg (Hot Fuzz), Rebecca Ferguson (Dune) and Ving Rhames (Baby Boy), as well as new ones including Hayley Atwell (Agent Carter) and Pom Klementieff (Guardians of the Galaxy).
Dangerous Waters – 20th February
A seemingly peaceful sailing trip for a mother and daughter takes a horrifying turn when the teenager uncovers hidden truths about her mom's new boyfriend, triggering a desperate fight for survival against pirates and their own dark secrets.
Stars Ray Liotta (Goodfellas) in his final role before his untimely passing.
Dashcam – 21st February
A rebellious streamer looking to escape LA for London during the COVID-19 pandemic embarks on a road trip that takes a nightmarish turn when she picks up a strange, volatile woman.
Chaotic and violent events unfold live online, blurring the lines between reality and internet spectacle as they fight for survival.
Asteroid City – 26th February
Credit: Asteroid City - Official Trailer (Focus Features, Youtube)
Asteroid City is the latest film from the creative mind of Wes Anderson (The Grand Budapest Hotel).
In a retro-futuristic version of 1955, guests arrive at an American desert town for the Junior Stargazer/Space Cadet convention only for world-changing events to disrupt the proceedings.
The film features a star-studded cast including Scarlett Johansson (The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie), Tom Hanks (The Polar Express), Margot Robbie (Barbie), Jeff Goldblum (The Boss Baby 2: Family Business) and many more.
Knights of the Zodiac – 27th February
Street orphan Seiya (Mackenyu, One Piece) discovers he's destined to become a warrior knight protecting the reincarnated goddess Athena, facing off against ancient forces seeking to plunge the world into chaos.
As he unlocks his mystical powers and trains alongside allies, Seiya must confront his past and embrace his destiny to save humanity.
Red Right Hand – 28th February
An upcoming action thriller starring Orlando Bloom (Pirates of the Caribbean) and Andie MacDowell (Groundhog Day).
Cash (Bloom) is looking to live a quiet life in a small town, but when a vicious crime boss (MacDowell) forces him back into her service, he finds out he’s capable of more than he thought before in order to protect his family.
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