Shudder: Cure the Halloween hangover with November schedule

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November 16:

Are We Not Cats? (Also available on Shudder Canada) – Eli has lost everything, and takes a delivery job out of town, where he meets Anya. It’s a match made in heaven, because they each have the same very strange proclivity: they enjoy eating human hair.

Blood of Wolves (Also available on Shudder Canada, UK and ANZ) – Detective Hioka is paired up with a new partner who is rumored to be part of the mob. The two are assigned to investigate the disappearance of an employee of a business owned by an organized crime group.

Coherence – This scifi/thriller involves eight friends who get together for a dinner party on the same night a comet passes over California. They are in for a very strange night that includes alternate realities.

Let the Corpses Tan (Also available on Shudder Canada) – A group of thieves find stolen gold and end up in a shoot-out between the robbers and the police. Belgian filmmakers Helene Cattet and Bruno Forzani are best known for their giallo-inspired films, but they paid homage to the Italian crime films of the 1970s with this one.

 November 19:

Leap of Faith: William Friedkin on The Exorcist (Shudder Original, also available in Canada, UK and ANZ) – This documentary directed by Alexandre O. Philippe (78/52) takes a deep dive into William Friedkin’s filmmaking process. Of course, the focus is mainly on his work during filming of The Exorcist.

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November 23:

The Mario Bava Collection (Also available in Canada) – Mario Bava is known as “the master of Italian horror,” due to his giallo films. Shudder’s collection includes A Bay of Blood, Black Sabbath, Black Sunday, The Girl Who Knew Too Much, Kill Baby Kill, Lisa and the Devil, Shock, The Whip and The Body.

November 24:

Porno (Shudder Original, also available on Shudder Canada and UK) – Five teen employees find an old film reel hidden in the basement of the movie theatre they work at, and unknowingly release a demon.

After eating your Thanksgiving turkey, you can veg out on the couch knowing that there are plenty of great films available to watch on Shudder.

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