What’s new on Shudder in November 2023

Halloween will soon come and go, but that doesn’t mean you should stop watching scary movies or scary TV shows. While virtually every streamer has a horror selection — a prime example of which is the best horror movies on Netflix — there’s only one service that’s synonymous with the genre: Shudder.

In November 2023, the streamer’s programming includes the latest batch of episodes of the hit original series Boulet Brothers’ DragulaStreaming debut of birth/rebirthand low-rated repertory films such as Berberian Sound Studio, Halloween may be fleeting, but it’s always a good time to subscribe to Shudder and get scared out of your wits.

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Boulet Brothers’ Dragula

Horror icons The Boulet Brothers look for the world’s next Drag Monster Superstar in this new, star-studded fifth season of their hit reality competition show. With new competitors, challenges, special effects make-up, costumes and performances, it promises to be truly terrifying and out of this world.

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Anna and the Apocalypse

A zombie apocalypse threatens the sleepy town of Little Haven on Christmas – forcing Anna and her friends to fight, bite and sing to survive as they die in a desperate race to reach their loved ones. Let’s face the dead people. But they soon discover that no one is safe in this new world, and as civilization is crumbling all around them, the only people they can truly trust are each other.

6 November

I’m not a serial killer

In a small Midwestern town, a troubled teen with a penchant for murder must seek out and destroy a supernatural killer while keeping his inner demons at bay.

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fun month Follows Lewis, a young psychiatrist who begins to analyze a dark and mysterious man, but watches as people around him begin to die.

10 November


Rose (Marin Ireland) is a pathologist who prefers working with corpses rather than social interaction. He also has a passion – reviving the dead. Celie (Judy Reyes) is a maternity nurse who has built her life around her bouncy, talkative six-year-old daughter, Lila (AJ Lister).

One tragic night, Leela suddenly falls ill and dies, and the two women’s worlds collide with each other. They embark on a dark path of no return, where they will be forced to confront how far they are willing to go to protect what they hold most dear.

This extraordinary directorial debut from Laura Moss reimagines Mary Shelley’s classic horror novel Frankenstein with such a contemporary take that it creates something thrilling, terrifying, and fantastically new.

13 November

Berberian Sound Studio

A sound engineer’s work for an Italian horror studio turns out to be a horrifying case of life imitating art.

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A defiant teenage boy dealing with his parents’ impending divorce encounters a thousand-year-old witch who takes the form of a woman next door.

20 November


A radio host explains the possible outbreak of a deadly virus that infects the small Ontario, Canada town where he is stationed.

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