Top 5 horror movies worth watching on Netflix this November

We’re in the middle of horror movie season and holiday movie season, so why not catch a good horror movie this November? Netflix has many options great horror movies to watch, but the management team at Polygon highlighted five examples that we feel are very relevant for this month.

What makes a great November horror movie? Here we have movies suitable for the chilly weather, some new releases (including a new sequel to a great action thriller) and just-released movies.

Here are some fun suggestions for your November viewing pleasure.


Light flashed across Anthony Mackie's face as he lay down for a brain scan.

Image: Well Go USA Entertainment

Five: 2019
run time: 1 hour 36 minutes
Director: Justin Benson Aaron Moorhead
Cast: Anthony MackieJamie Dornan

Oh my gosh, how is November?! Do you ever feel like you’re stuck in time, swinging from moment to moment in a lingering state of fatigue, bewilderment, and confusion? That’s certainly how the character Anthony Mackie feels in the 2019 sci-fi thriller co-directed by Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead (Something in the dirt, Moon Knight). The film follows Steve (Mackie) and Dennis (Jamie Dornan), two longtime friends and medical staff working in New Orleans, while at work they encounter a strange new designer drug that has actual distortion properties. If you’re looking for a quirky film that throws great light across time and space, synchronized is the perfect choice. —Toussaint Egan

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Noomi Rapace wields a rifle in Black Crab.

Photo: Johan Bergmark / Netflix

Five: 2022
run time: 1 hour 56 minutes
Manager: Adam Berg
Cast: Actor: Noomi RapaceDar SalimJakob Oftebro

As the weather turns cooler, why not wear something seasonally appropriate? You can watch a Christmas movie, or you can watch this action-thriller… on tape.

A Swedish action thriller set in a war-torn world, black crab follows Caroline Edh (Noomi Rapace), a former speed skater who is drafted into the army after her daughter is kidnapped. She is recruited on a secret mission using her special skill set – to skate through the ice-covered Stockholm Islands secretly under the cover of night in a secret operation, with the promise of a crew. gathered with her daughter.

black crab nothing fancy – it’s a book-reading thriller that knows what it is and doesn’t spend too much time trying to explain the fight itself (a great choice because it really doesn’t matter) . Instead, it offers a gimmicky setting – Action on Ice! And with a potentially leading genre in Rapace leading the way, it’s a chillingly enjoyable 114 minutes. —Pete Volk

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Rachel McAdams and Russel Crowe in State of Play, looking at each other next to several computers.  Images of Bill Clinton and Ronald Reagan appear in the background.

Image: Universal Image

Five: 2009
run time: 2 hours 8 minutes
Manager: Kevin Macdonald
Cast: Starring:Russell CroweRachel McAdamsBen Affleck

The 2009 political thriller directed by Kevin Macdonald stars Russell Crowe and Rachel McAdams as Cal McAffrey and Della Fyre, two investigative journalists from two very different generations working together to uncover a sound conspiracy involving the death of an aide to Stephen Collins (Affleck), a United States Congressman and close friend of McAffrey. Besides being a cool and tensely edited film backed by a pair of brilliant leads, it also opens on a rainy night in Georgetown, Washington DC with a scene where a young man is murdered by an assassin. Wear a pair of ruthless tracking. If that’s not enough to get you in the mood for the holidays, I don’t know what will. —TE

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Alban Lenoir as Lino swerving around a bend in his red muscle car in Lost Bullet.

Image: Netflix

Five: 2020 for lost ammo2022 for Missing Bullet 2
run time: 1 hour 32 minutes for lost ammo1 hour 38 minutes for Missing Bullet 2
Manager: Guillaume Pierret
Cast: Alban Lenoir

The Lost Bullet movies are kinetic experiences, with high-octane car chases, intense fist fights, and lots of bullets and explosions all around. Add the uniquely gripping lead role of former stuntman Alban Lenoir, and you have two excellent Guillaume Pierrot crime thrillers.

The first movie is a simple crime thriller, about a man in a bad situation trying to whitewash himself from a crime he didn’t commit. It’s a tense, fast-paced film with a simple premise executed to perfection. The second film complicates the story, with significantly more moving parts, but it also enhances the action potential. —PV


(LR) A bearded man (Joel Edgerton) with sunglasses on his head stands opposite and stares at another bearded man (Sean Harris) wearing a hoodie.

Image: Netflix

Five: 2022
run time: 1 hour 57 minutes
Manager: Thomas M. Wright
Cast: Joel Edgerton, Sean Harris

Thomas M. Wright’s latest crime thriller isn’t just one of those best horror movies on streaming this month, but also one of the best horror movies to watch this season. Do not believe me? Taking on a large amount of verdant forests and mountain scenery in the film’s opening, the spectral light of a bus ride Henry Teague encounters a suspiciously welcoming Paul Emery while en route to Western Australia. Besides being a tense and precarious movie like a rope, stranger is a movie with great footage that will make you longing for a holiday in Australia to get away from the cold winter. —TE

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