Here’s Every Horror Film Coming To Netflix This November!
Netflix is throwing some surprise horror punches this November! Smart move. While many streaming sites will be easing off the horror for the post-Halloween holidays, Netflix shall go forth into the night. Into the dark. There’s a nice mix of classic titles and original Netflix content headed our way this month.
Here we go!
AVAILABLE NOV. 1
Bram Stoker’s Dracula
“The centuries-old vampire Count Dracula comes to England to seduce his barrister Jonathan Harker’s fiancée Mina Murray and inflict havoc in the foreign land.”
“Every good man has got to wrestle with the Devil!” Martin Scorsese directed this stalker film starring Robert De Niro (as the stalker), Nick Nolte, Juliette Lewis, and Jessica Lange. Robert De Niro went all out for the role, paying to have his teeth altered, being tattooed with vegetable dyes and even dropping down to 3% body fat to portray the character of Max Cady. It paid off and helped make Cape Fear one of the more memorable stalkers of all time.
Close Encounters of the Third Kind
“Roy Neary, an electric lineman, watches how his quiet and ordinary daily life turns upside down after a close encounter with a UFO.”
Have you ever sat bored in traffic, looking around wondering what it would look like if the world ended around you? If a nuclear bomb dropped? Or a giant monster came from the distance, ripping everything to smithereens? Maybe I’m just in need of therapy, but Cloverfield gives you all those visuals without having to actually, you know…..die. Cloverfield uses found footage to its advantage to create a semi-realistic monster movie experience unlike any other. Now, bring us a proper sequel!
From Dusk Till’ Dawn
A lot of people think George Clooney is cool. Yet, George Clooney will never be as cool as he was in From Dusk Till’ Dawn. As a matter of fact, I feel comfortable in saying that no-one will ever be as cool as George Clooney in From Dusk Till’ Dawn. Sure, he’s a murderous deviant thief with a super sweaty, scary, psycho serial killer brother (Quentin Tarantino). But, in his own words: “I may be a bastard, but I’m not a fucking bastard.” Also, Tom Savini has a crotch revolver. Amazon wish-list, here we come.
Scary Movie 2
“Four teens are tricked by their professor into visiting a haunted house for a school project.”
Scary Movie 3
“Cindy must investigate mysterious crop circles and video tapes, and help the President in preventing an alien invasion.”
AVAILABLE NOV. 12
One of the best horror films of 2015 and another great performance by the late Anton Yelchin. Green Room carries great characters, music, atmosphere and pacing. If you haven’t already had the pleasure, this is a must see.
AVAILABLE NOV. 15
May the Devil Take You (Netflix Film)
Break out the Necronomicon and popcorn. The few online reviews available for May the Devil Take You describe an Indonesian horror film with Sam Raimi and Evil Dead leanings.
AVAILABLE NOV. 16
Cam (Netflix Film)
Cam has been getting all the positive praise coming out of a recent festival run and is currently sitting at a 93% fresh rating on Rotten Tomatoes. It involves an erotic cam girl being kidnapped whilst her doppelganger hijacks her show, taking it to new limits. We’ve all been there, am I right? Gas prices are insane!
AVAILABLE NOV. 20
Sabrina (Netflix Film)
Not to be confused with the entertaining Chilling Adventures of Sabrina currently airing on Netflix. The only information that could be found about Sabrina was the Netflix description itself: “A toy maker and his wife are terrorized by a demonized doll after their adopted child tries to summon her late mother’s spirit using a spooky ritual.” Sounds like a weird mash up of The Omen meets Annabelle. Or The Good Son meets Child’s Play or Orphan meets The Boy. Alright, I’m all out. I’m not judging, either. Dolls and children freak people out, man.
There you have it! Personally, I would have chosen titles ironic to Thanksgiving, such as Stephen King’s Thinner or Christian Bale’s The Machinist. Just make everyone extremely uncomfortable with the amount of delicious food they’re consuming. Can’t always get what you want!
All in all, there’s a pretty decent selection this month for Netflix. What will you be checking out?