In February, Valentine's Day will fill the air with love, while Super Bowl weekend sends studios running for the hills. And all the while, the month that used to be a dumping ground in the old days has become a laboratory for finding the next sleeper hit or budding franchise. This year is certainly no exception, as there's quite a few titles heading to cinemas in the coming month that look rather A-listy. With that in mind, please enjoy the following laundry list of big movies you'll probably want to see in theaters this February.

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Winchester

It wouldn't be February with at least one horror film in the can, and Winchester is the latest penny dreadful to try and win the market in this genre-friendly time frame. Based on the true story of the Winchester Mystery House, this is the latest film from horror favorites The Spierig Brothers (Daybreakers, Jigsaw), and stars Helen Mirren as Sarah Winchester - the widow behind "the house that ghosts built." With Jason Clarke playing a psychologist investigating whether or not this house's haunted history is legit or not, this movie has a pretty solid duo anchoring what could be an atmospheric horror treat.

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The 15:17 to Paris

Clint Eastwood has been occupied with making films about modern American heroes as of late. And in the spirit of American Sniper and Sully, Eastwood's latest focuses on the thwarting of a terrorist attack, courtesy of three American servicemen traveling between Amsterdam and Paris. Separating this film from a standard biopic is the fact that Clint Eastwood actually cast the three soldiers, Anthony Sadler, Spencer Stone, and Alek Skarlatos, to play themselves in a film that covers their lives, their faith, and their valiant efforts.

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