30 new horror movies and shows coming out in November 2021


Halloween is over, but here at 1428 Elm, we celebrate the spooky holidays all year round. We’re already waiting to see which horror movies and shows will arrive streaming, on-demand, and in theaters in November 2021. Fortunately, there’s no shortage of content.

Whether you’re in the mood for real crime, vampires, a new resident Evil movie, shark attack movies or demonic rituals, there’s something for everyone in the lineup for the coming November. More, Dexter finally returns, and the long awaited Ghostbusters: the afterlife comes out just in time for the holidays!

29 new horror movies and shows to be released in November 2021

(LR) Kimie Tsukakoshi as Michelle, Aaron Jakubenko as Charlie and Katrina Bowden as Kaz in GREAT WHITE, an RLJE Films and Shudder release. Photo courtesy of RLJE Films and Shudder


Since Shudder is AMC’s premium horror streaming service, it’s the number one place you should be looking for new horror content all year round. Following on from last month, new episodes of Behind the monsters premiere on Wednesday and new episodes of The Boulet Dragula Brothers premiere Thursdays.

Then there are four new Shudder Originals coming out this month, including a vampire movie. Dead and beautiful, which comes out this Thursday, November 4. Next week the shark attack movie Large White arrives on the platform on November 11. Nicolas Cage’s Prisoners of Ghost Country debuts exclusively on Shudder starting November 19.

Finally, on November 23, The ropes raw. The ropes is about a talented musician who travels to a secluded cabin and soon experiences dangerous supernatural events unfolding there.

Horror on TV

The long awaited Dexter revival is finally out this weekend, Sunday, November 7, exclusively on Showtime. Dexter: new blood sees our favorite serial killer ten years after the original series ended, now based in a fictional small town in New York City.

Then on November 14, you might want to check out Showtime’s new psychological horror drama / show. Yellow jackets, which revolves around a group of young girls who find themselves trapped deep in the wilderness.


Netflix has two real crime projects coming out in early November, including some exciting docuseries Catch the killers Thursday, November 4, followed by Yara Friday, November 5. Yara is based on a true story and follows a determined prosecutor determined to find out what happened to a missing 13-year-old girl.

Next week, November 11, the serial killer thriller starring Lucy Hale, Rag doll, premieres on AMC +. Based on Daniel Cole’s book of the same name, Ragdoll focuses on investigating a particularly sinister case after investigators find a “ragdoll” made up of body parts sewn together from six different victims.

The Italian dystopian drama will also soon be available on AMC + Anne, which takes place in a post-apocalyptic world where a virus kills adults but spares children. The series will air on November 18.

From this Friday, November 5, you can watch the French horror film The deep house on EPIX or in certain cinemas. The deep house follows a pair of divers who venture under the sea to look at an underwater house, only to discover it is haunted. Also coming to EPIX in November is The house on the Bayou, one of the EPIX collaborative films with Blumhouse. It arrives on November 19.


New ghost hunters the film is finally released in november! Ghostbusters: the afterlife releases November 19. On the same day you can also watch Bruce Campbell’s new horror film Black friday on regular vacations.

In Black friday, Campbell stars alongside Chucky star Devon Sawa as employees of a big box store where a zombie outbreak occurs the day after Thanksgiving. The film will be released in select theaters and on demand.

Adapted from the first and second games in the series by Capcom, Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City promises to be a more precise adaptation of the iconic survival horror games. The new film will hit theaters on November 24.

On demand

On November 19, the Welsh horror fantasy film Celebration from IFC versions on demand. The new film centers around a terrifying business dinner that quickly goes awry.

More horror movies and thrillers released on demand this month:

  • Puppet, November 3
  • The alley of lanterns, November 5
  • The beta test, November 5
  • A stalker in the house, November 9
  • Lair, November 9
  • The Spore, November 9
  • The king of acid, November 9
  • Cursed, November 12
  • Double walker, November 12
  • Kindergarten, November 16
  • Hide and seek, November 19
  • The last coronation, November 26

Which horror movies and shows are you most excited to watch in November? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.


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