November 2019, Shudder

With Halloween passing through, Shudder continues the holiday spirit with their upcoming November 2019 slate of must-see programming highlights. Get ready for martial-arts action horror, noir thrillers, and new library titles from renowned horror masters.

Shudder’s exclusives and originals include Re:Born (premieres Thursday, 11/7) about  a special forces operative going on a kill-crazy rampage against a squad of ruthless assassins, A Bluebird in my Heart (premieres Thursday, 11/14), about an ex-inmate in Belgium facing his old demons again, and Nekrotronic (premieres Thursday, 11/21), about a down-on-his-luck sewage worker, getting dragged into a global conflict between the Nekromancers. Make sure you catch up with our review of Haunt and recaps of Creepshow.

Here are 5 reasons why we’re excited for Shudder in November:

5) November 1

Tales from the Crypt: Demon Knight 

Session 9 

Tensions rise within an asbestos cleaning crew as they work in an abandoned mental hospital with a horrific past.

Trick ‘r Treat

On the night when demons and tortured souls are free to walk the earth alongside mortal revelers, four tales of terror will make you laugh even while scaring you.

Tales from the Crypt: Demon Knight 

An odd drifter possesses the last of seven ancient keys that hold the power to protect humanity from the ultimate evil.

Wes Craven’s New Nightmare 

Ten years after writer and director Wes Craven brought his personal nightmares to the movie screen as Freddy Krueger in A NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET, the horrifying child killer returns, stepping out of his celluloid world to haunt the life of the actress who first defeated him on film.  

4) November 4


A man begins a relationship with a very deadly female killer in Takashi Miike’s ultra-gory masterpiece. Widower Aoyama falls for the radiant and mysterious Asami. But as he delves into her past, he learns her former acquaintances have either gone missing—or have missing limbs. Will he be next? If you haven’t seen it, be warned: when the needles come out, there’s no turning back….

Deep Murder  

This raunchy horror comedy delves deep into the story of a deranged killer as he slashes his way across a soft core porno. Who will last the longest as the stiffs pile up and the killer plows through his victims?  

3) November 11

A Bluebird In My Heart

Bride of Re-Animator  

In this sequel to Stuart Gordon’s cult comedy horror, RE-ANIMATOR, Hebert West returns once again, ready to have another go at bringing the dead back to life. Aided by his assistant, Dr. Cain, the pair set about making their own Frankenstein’s monster from various female parts they find in the hospital morgue, attempting to make the perfect woman. However, things don’t go to plan when a local sheriff and hospital doctor attempt to thwart the duo’s plans.


This surreal Japanese cult sensation profiles a man who mutates into a metal being. Somewhere between a modern-day nightmare and a techno-fetishist’s ultimate fantasy, this incredible film took viewers on a surreal journey into a dark and disturbing world where self-inflicted body transformations and post-human women form the fabric of a strange new reality. 

2) November 18

The Cat O’ Nine Tails  

In Dario Argento’s fearsome follow-up to THE BIRD WITH THE CRYSTAL PLUMAGE, a blind man and a reporter investigate a series of slayings connected to a secret genetic facility. The sleuths quickly narrow it down to nine suspects, including the institute head’s beautiful daughter. But each time they get close to solving the crimes, the killer strikes again.

Season of the Witch  

A bored, unhappy housewife takes up an interest in witchcraft after a chance encounter with an occult practitioner. Soon she finds herself drawn to the craft in ways that may be unlocking hidden powers—or perhaps is merely loosening her grip on reality.

1) November 25

The Baby  


A social worker tries to rescue an adult baby from his very creepy family in this essential ‘70s cult classic. Ann is determined to help “Baby,” whom she suspects is being kept in his infantilized state by his mean mommy. But the more Ann tries to play miracle worker, the more she puts herself in grave danger. Mommy likes things just as they are!

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By Jorge Solis

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