Shudder is, of course, the ultimate streaming destination for horror fans, and they’re already pulling their trigger on some top holiday horror. In our list of everything new on Shudder this month, we reveal the candy cane carnage of Anna and the Apocalypse.
As we’ve come to expect, Shudder also has plenty more of the best horror movies from recent years. There are loads of new movies for those who love the spooky side of cinema, as well as archive gems like I Am Not a Serial Killer and The Wretched, and one of the best TV series for horror fans is back too. Here’s everything coming this month.
New on Shudder for November 2023
New on Shudder weekly from October 31
- The Boulet Brothers’ Dragula S5 (2023)
New on Shudder November 1
- Anna and the Apocalypse (2017)
New on Shudder November 6
- I Am Not a Serial Killer (2016)
- Mastemah (2022)
New on Shudder November 10
- Birth/Rebirth (2023)
New on Shudder November 13
- Berberian Sound Studio (2012)
- The Wretched (2019)
New on Shudder November 15
- Moloch S1 (2020)
New on Shudder November 20
- Pontypool (2008)
New on Shudder November 22
- Hannibal S1-3 (2013-2015)
New on Shudder November 27
- The Friendship Game (2022)
- Rubikon (2022)
- Vesper (2022)
New on Shudder November highlights
Anna and the Apocalypse
What could be better than a Christmas zombie story? Well, you could make it a musical and set it in Scotland. That’s what director John McPhail did with this glorious slice of holiday gore, which is drenched in as much festive spirit as it is undead entrails. It’s High School Musical meets The Last of Us, and it’s a delightful experience.
This gem definitely stands among the best zombie movies of the last few decades and it’s on our annual festive rotation. You’ll be tapping your foot to the songs in between the beheadings and the splatter.
I Am Not a Serial Killer
This unsettling treat shows a whole new different side to Christopher Lloyd, which couldn’t be further from his comic energy as Doc Brown in Back to the Future. In this movie, he’s the strange older man who bonds with the outcast teen of the title, only for secrets to come tumbling out.
If you like grotesque contortions and gruesome moments ripped from the best body horror movies, there’s plenty to enjoy here. Director Billy O’Brien very much wears his genre influences on his blood-soaked sleeve.
That’s everything coming to Shudder this month, but you can check out our guide to the best Shudder movies for even more recommendations to make your subscription to one of the best streaming services for horror worth it.
Elsewhere, we’ve got more info on the best movies to keep you awake all night, such as our guide to the Halloween movies in order. You can also read our Five Nights at Freddy’s review and learn why Ben Affleck’s only horror movie was a disaster.