The spookiest month of the year may be coming to a close, but that doesn't mean we have to leave all the terror behind. If you're looking to keep the Halloween momentum going or just hoping for a haunting escape from all the family holidays ahead, then you're in luck with all the great offerings coming to Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon Prime this November.
Whether your heart pounds for genre staples like The Fly or you get goosebumps from modern hits like It Follows, there are screams here for everyone. So get your fill of new releases, sequels, and remakes—here are the best horror movies coming to streaming this month.
Addams Family Values
Though this family-appropriate flick might have lower stakes, no one can deny that it’s horror through and through. When Morticia (Anjelica Houston) and Gomez (Raul Julia) welcome a new baby to the home, Wednesday (Christina Ricci) and Pugsley (Jimmy Workman) are less than thrilled. As the macabre children plot to get rid of the infant, Fester (Christopher Lloyd) is charmed by temptress Debbie (Joan Cusack). But Debbie may have plans that are too evil even for the Addamses.
This film is based, of course, on Bram Stoker’s novel of the same name. When a young barrister named Jonathan Harker (Keanu Reeves) is assigned to a misty village in eastern Europe, he finds himself imprisoned by a centuries old vampire named Dracula (Gary Oldman). After seeing a picture of Harker’s fiancée, Mina Murry (Winona Ryder), Dracula travels to London to seduce her for himself.
In this unique and sharply executed horror film, 19-year-old Jay Height (Maika Monroe) is being stalked by a terrifying force, one passed on to her through a seemingly typical sexual encounter. Now Jay and her friends must find a way to escape the entity which is behind them at every turn—no matter the cost.
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When Arthur Kriticos (Tony Shalhoub) and his wife and children inherit an estate from his eccentric uncle, they stumble into a terrifying and unexpected ordeal. The house of glass imprisons a dozen ghosts, and the family becomes trapped by a nefarious machine designed to open the Eye of Hell. With the help of ghost hunter Dennis Rafkin (Matthew Lillard), the family fights to get out of the house alive.
When a Stranger Calls
A remake of the film of the same name from 1979, this film follows Jill Johnson (Camilla Belle), a teenage babysitter. Looking after the kids of a rich couple living in a massive home, Jill receives an eerie phone call. To make matters worse, the call is coming from inside the house...
Coming Home in the Dark
This 2021 New Zealand psychological thriller is a tense and terrifying ride. Based off of Owen Marshall’s short story of the same name, this movie follows a school teacher with a dark past. When a pair of drifters hold a man and his family hostage on a trip of nightmares, he is forced to face the repercussions of his actions all those nights ago.
A remake of the 1958 film of the same name, this sci-fi horror classic stars Jeff Goldblum and Geena Davis. Brilliant and eccentric scientist Seth Brundle tries to impress investigative journalist Veronica Quaife with an inside scoop on his revolutionary teleportation research. When Seth successfully transports the matter of a living creature, he thinks his machine has been perfected. But when he unknowingly gets inside of the machine with a fly, his DNA is forever and gruesomely changed.
In this film from 2015, a large percentage of the world has been infected by a zombie virus. Teenage Maggie Vogel (Abigail Breslin) is trapped in the city after curfew, and her father Wade (Arnold Schwarzenegger) stops at nothing to get to her. However, when Wade finds his daughter she is infected by the incurable plague. He takes her home to make the best of the time they have together, but the tragic decision he must make looms closer and closer.
Single White Female
A classic thriller from 1992, the film is based on the novel SWF Seeks Same by John Lutz. Allison Jones (Bridget Fonda) places an ad for a roommate after having to kick out her cheating fiancé, but the seemingly normal applicant Hedra Carlson (Jennifer Jason Leigh) isn’t as ideal of a roommate as she might have hoped. At first Allison overlooks it when Hedra begins dressing the same way as her. But Hedra’s relationship with Allison quickly turns into a violent obsession.
Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2
If the gruesome horrors of Texas Chainsaw Massacre aren’t enough for you, its sequel has found its way onto Hulu. When Vanita 'Stretch' Brock’s (Caroline Williams) radio show is pranked by the phone calls of a pair of hoodlums, the night takes a sick turn when their deaths at the hands of chainsaw wielding killers is caught on tape. Stretch teams up with ex-Texas Marshall Lieutenant 'Lefty' Enright (Dennis Hopper) to track the cannibalistic family down.
While marketed as a sequel to the 1986 film Troll, this film with a big cult following has no connection to the original, and actually features no trolls at all… The Waits family arranges a vacation in the rural farming community of Nilbog, only to discover that the town is infested by goblins hoping to turn them into plants and eat them. With the spectral presence of his grandfather nearby, young Joshua (Michael Paul Stephenson) does everything he can to try and save his family.
Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter
As a young boy, Abraham Lincoln (Benjamin Walker) witnessed a vampire killing his mother. As an adult, he spent his nights using his acquired knowledge and skill to slay the undead. But as the 16th President of the United States, his realization that the Confederates are utilizing vampires in their army leads to a much bigger campaign for elimination.
Alien is one of the most acclaimed examples of sci-fi horror out there today. With Sigourney Weaver in the lead role, a crew aboard a merchant space vessel must face off against a terrifying alien life form with a gruesome life cycle. And if the first film in the franchise isn’t enough for you, Alien 3 and Alien Resurrection are also coming to Amazon Prime on November 1st.
Following the first movie in the franchise, the terrifying extraterrestrial entity known as the Predator returns to Earth—and this time he’s in Los Angeles. The stakes are higher than ever as LAPD lieutenant Mike Harrigan (Danny Glover) and his partner Jerry Lambert (Bill Paxton) realize the recent devastation of the city isn’t from gang wars, but from a merciless alien. And if you wanted to mix a little bit of this with the movie above, Alien Vs. Predator is also coming to Amazon Prime.
The Day the Earth Stood Still
A remake of the 1951 film of the same name, this movie brings a veritable science fiction classic into modern day. Humanoid alien Klaatu (Keanu Reeves) arrives in New York City with his hulking robot companion to announce that he has come to save Earth. However, his declaration should be heeded as more of a warning than a comfort, as his intentions are to eliminate humans from the planet unless they change their destructive behaviors.