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    8 Brand New Movies Coming To Theaters February 2020

    Horror movies and Harley Quinn, y'all!

    We hope you love the movies we recommend! Just so you know, BuzzFeed may collect a share of sales or other compensation from the links on this page. Oh, and FYI — prices are accurate and the tickets are in stock as of time of publication.

    1. Birds of Prey (And the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn) (Feb. 7)

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    Our beloved clown princess, Harley Quinn (Margot Robbie), is fresh out of her relationship with the Joker. Alone with no "master" to serve, Harley seeks purpose on her own for the first time, which is when she runs into a few other ladies with similar motives and forms a team including the likes of Black Canary (Jurnee Smollett-Bell), Huntress (Mary Elizabeth Winstead), Cassandra Cain (Ella Jay Basco), and Renee Montoya (Rosie Perez). TAKE. MY. MONEY. NOW.

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    2. Come to Daddy (Feb. 7)

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    Our super creepy story follows Norval Greenwood (Elijah Wood), a privileged man who goes to visit his father — whom he hasn't seen in 30 years — in a remote cabin after receiving a mysterious letter from him. However, things take a sharp left turn when Norval realizes his father isn't exactly who, or how, he imagined him. Blending comedy, horror, and a whole lot of "hey, no thanks" moments, this one is definitely a must-see!

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    3. Fantasy Island (Feb. 14)

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    Nothing says "Valentine's Day" quite like a Blumhouse horror film, am I right??? When several strangers are sent to an island that promises to make one of their fantasies a reality...things aren't quite so simple. Also, people have some really messed up fantasies??? Anyway, I would've run the second I realized my phone wasn't working because that's suspicious as heck, but hey, I'm paranoid.

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    4. The Photograph (Feb. 14)

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    Okay, now HERE'S a Valentine's Day movie a little more targeted at the holiday itself. After a famous photographer, Christina Eames (Chante Adams), passes away unexpectedly, her estranged daughter Mae (Issa Rae) is forced to deal with the aftermath. When Mae finds a photograph locked away in a safe, she begins to discover more and more about her mother, all while forming a romantic relationship with a journalist (Lakeith Stanfield).

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    5. Sonic the Hedgehog (Feb. 14)

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    It's Sonic. He has to go fast. That's it. Look, I'm not even going to mince words here: I think we should all go see this movie/give it our money. The original design was the stuff of actual hell nightmares and the studio/animators heard us, listened, and redesigned the character, all without losing time. That's some BDE if ever I heard it. Also, Jim Carrey is in it and we love Jim Carrey and want him in more movies, so GO SEE THIS.

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    6. The Call of the Wild (Feb. 21)

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    You listen to me right now and you listen well...this is a movie about a DOG. That should be the only sale you need. A precious PUP. He is the STAR. Sure, Harrison Ford is in it, too, and that's great...but DOG. Based on the adventure novel by Jack London, the story follows Buck (the dog, y'all) as he goes from his comfortable life as a domesticated pup to becoming the rookie member of a mail-delivery dog sled team in Alaska. DOG.

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    7. Emma (Feb. 21)

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    Based on the beloved novel by Jane Austen, this one follows the mischievous titular Emma (Anya Taylor-Joy) on her journey to navigate love and romance while doing a bit of matchmaking on her own. Also, FUN FACT: This is the novel that the beloved '90s classic Clueless was loosely based on, so...you already know it's going to be a fun ride!

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    8. The Invisible Man (Feb. 28)

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    Do you ever get the feeling someone's watching you, but there's no one around? WELL, DO I HAVE A MOVIE TO HELP FEED THAT PARANOIA! After escaping an abusive relationship with a wealthy scientist, Cecilia (Elisabeth Moss) becomes increasingly paranoid after a string of strange and violent coincidences all point to him. Is he stalking her? Is she paranoid? Will I ever sleep regularly at some point?! Only time will tell!

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    Which February 2020 movie are YOU looking forward to the most?! Did we miss your favorite? Sound off in the comments below!

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