In this paper, the film-cooling effectiveness (η) and heat transfer coefficient (h) of different film hole geometries are investigated, including double-jet film cooling (DJFC) holes, streamwise cylindrical holes, and fan-shaped holes, both experimentally and numerically. Results reveal that when the blowing ratio is less than 1.0, the DJFC holes have the highest η and the highest h, as well as the highest net heat flux reduction (NHFR). However, a higher blowing ratio (>1.0) leads to a quickly decreasing NHFR of DJFC holes. The asymmetric antikidney vortex and the high turbulent kinetic energy (TKE) are dominant in the performance of the DJFC holes. Owing to medium effectiveness and the lowest heat transfer coefficient, the fan-shaped holes possess the highest net heat flux reduction at M = 2.0 although the value is negative. The relatively weak kidney vortex and the low TKE can explain the phenomena. The cylindrical holes have the lowest η and the lowest NHFR due to the kidney vortex and relatively higher TKE.