Arriving November 1, 2017
Casper (1995, Directed by Brad Silberling)
Official Synopsis: Casper (voiced by Malachi Pearson) is a kind young ghost who peacefully haunts a mansion in Maine. When specialist James Harvey (Bill Pullman) arrives to communicate with Casper and his fellow spirits, he brings along his teenage daughter, Kat (Christina Ricci). Casper quickly falls in love with Kat, but their budding relationship is complicated not only by his transparent state, but also by his troublemaking apparition uncles and their mischievous antics.
Men in Black (1997, Directed by Barry Sonnenfeld)
Official Synopsis: They are the best-kept secret in the universe. Working for a highly funded yet unofficial government agency, Kay (Tommy Lee Jones) and Jay (Will Smith) are the Men in Black, providers of immigration services and regulators of all things alien on Earth. While investigating a series of unregistered close encounters, the MIB agents uncover the deadly plot of an intergalactic terrorist who is on a mission to assassinate two ambassadors from opposing galaxies currently in residence in New York City.
Oculus (2013, Directed by Mike Flanagan)
Official Synopsis: Haunted by the violent demise of their parents 10 years earlier, adult siblings Kaylie (Karen Gillan) and Tim (Brenton Thwaites) are now struggling to rebuild their relationship. Kaylie suspects that their antique mirror, known as the Lasser Glass, is behind the tragedy. The seemingly harmless reflections contain a malevolent, supernatural force that infects the mind of anyone who gazes into it. As Kaylie gets closer to the truth, the siblings become caught in the mirror’s evil spell.
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Scary Movie (2000, Directed by Keenen Ivory Wayans)
Official Synopsis: Defying the very notion of good taste, Scary Movie out-parodies the pop culture parodies with a no-holds barred assault on the most popular images and talked-about moments from recent films, television and commercials. The film boldly fires barbs at the classic scenes from “Scream,” “The Sixth Sense,” “The Matrix,” “I Know What You Did Last Summer” and “The Blair Witch Project,” then goes on to mock a whole myriad of teen movie clichés, no matter the genre.
Silent Hill (2006, Directed by Christophe Gans)
Official Synopsis: Unable to accept the fact that her daughter is dying, Rose (Radha Mitchell) decides to take the girl to a faith healer. On the way, the pair drive through a portal in reality, leading to an eerie town called Silent Hill. The town is surrounded by a potent darkness, and the human survivors fight a losing battle against it.
Arriving November 5, 2017
The Horseman (2013, Directed by Steven Kastrissios)
Official Synopsis: When Christian (Peter Marshall) finds out his runaway teenage daughter, Jesse (Hannah Levien), has been sexually attacked — by way of a graphic video capturing the act — the suburban father loses it. Setting out to find Jesse’s attacker, Christian goes on a violent rampage. On the road, Christian meets a young hitchhiker named Alice (Caroline Marohasy) who reminds him of Jesse. Alice soon warms to her unlikely new friend, but she has no idea what Christian has become.
The Veil (2016, Directed by Phil Joanou)
Official Synopsis: Thirty years after a charismatic cult leader convinced his followers to kill themselves, a survivor returns to the scene of the horror with a documentary crew.
Arriving November 7, 2017
Killing Ground (2017, Directed by Damien Power)
Official Synopsis: Sam and Ian take off on what they believe will be a peaceful camping trip. Their break turns into a battle for survival when they discover a bloody toddler wandering around in the bush and find that an incredibly disturbing crime has been committed.
Arriving November 13, 2017
Scooby-Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed (2004, Directed by Raja Gosnell)
Official Synopsis: In this live-action sequel, the lovable dog Scooby-Doo once again joins his pals Shaggy (Matthew Lillard), Velma (Linda Cardellini), Fred (Freddie Prinze Jr.) and Daphne (Sarah Michelle Gellar) as they stumble into another seemingly supernatural mystery. In addition to facing off against various monsters that are tormenting their town, the gang must deal with television journalist Heather Jasper-Howe (Alicia Silverstone), who is out to discredit their investigations.
Arriving November 16, 2017
9 (2009, Directed by Shane Acker)
Official Synopsis: When 9 (Elijah Wood) springs to life, it finds itself in a post-apocalyptic world where humans no longer exist, and the only signs of life are sentient rag dolls like itself and the machines that hunt them. Though it is the youngest of the group, 9 convinces comrades that the only way to survive against the machines is to stop hiding, go on the offensive, and find out why the machines want to destroy them. As 9 and the group learn, civilization hinges on their success or failure.
Arriving November 20, 2017
Piranha (1978, Directed by Joe Dante)
Official Synopsis: Two people (Bradford Dillman, Heather Menzies) unwittingly free a mad military scientist’s (Kevin McCarthy) mutant fish near a summer camp and resort lake.
Horror & Thrillers Leaving Netflix, November 2017
- Hard Candy
- The Legend of Hell House
- The Matrix
- The Matrix Reloaded
- The Matrix Revolutions
- V for Vendetta
- The Human Centipede: First Sequence
- We Are Still Here
- Dream House
Everything Coming and Going from Netflix in November 2017
Official Synopsis: Fight your Thanksgiving food coma with these delicious new releases. Alias Grace, Mudbound, Godless, Chappie, Greenleaf Season 2, Killing Ground, Project MC2, Lady Dynamite Season 2 are just a few of the movies and shows hitting the platform in November.