Shudder releases “highlights” for their November schedule

Birth/Rebirth - Courtesy Shudder
Birth/Rebirth - Courtesy Shudder /

Shudder has just released highlights from their upcoming November schedule. Given that there are only a few new titles on this list, I expect there will probably be some additional titles released between now and then.

Here’s what Shudder has confirmed so far:

The Boulet Brothers’ Dragula season five (Shudder Original Series) – Season five continues through November with a new episode each week. Join the Boulets and the top notch contestants as they battle it out to see who will win the crown. This season promises the best special effects makeup, performances and show-stopping costumes ever.

November 1:

Anna and the Apocalypse – OK, hear me out: It’s a zombie / musical / Christmas film. And it’s FABULOUS! With great music and dancing, eye-popping special effects, a fantastic cast and a surprisingly touching storyline, Anna and the Apocalypse is one of my favorite recent horror flicks.

November 6:

I Am Not a Serial Killer – Teenager John Wayne Cleaver has been diagnosed with sociopathic tendencies, and it doesn’t help matters that he works at his mother’s funeral home. But he keeps his impulses in check with some strict rules and a good therapist. When a serial killer pops up in town, John is determined to find him. However, this isn’t just any killer…this one seems to have supernatural powers.

Mastemah – When psychiatrist Louise moves to a small village after experiencing trauma, she treats a man who suffers with horrifying nightmares. She begins to wonder if there is something more behind the man’s dreams as those around her begin to die suddenly.

Birth/Rebirth - Shudder
BIRTH/REBIRTH – Courtesy Shudder /

Shudder Original Birth/Rebirth makes its streaming debut in November

November 10:

Birth/Rebirth (Shudder Original) – Writer/Director Laura Moss considers themself obsessed with Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein, and out of that obsession came this film. I am most excited to see this one because it stars one of my favorite new horror actors Marin Ireland (The Dark and the Wicked, The Boogeyman). Here’s the synopsis from Shudder:

"“Rose (Marin Ireland) is a pathologist who prefers working with corpses over social interaction. She also has an obsession—the reanimation of the dead. Celie (Judy Reyes) is a maternity nurse who has built her life around her bouncy, chatterbox six-year-old daughter, Lila (A.J. Lister). When one tragic night, Lila suddenly falls ill and dies, the two women’s worlds crash into each other.”"

November 13:

Berberian Sound Studio – In 1970s Rome, an English sound engineer is hired to work on a horror film, creating sound effects. But the job is more trying than he expected, and his mental health begins to suffer.

The Wretched – Young Ben is dealing with the emotional fallout of his parents’ inevitable divorce, which is bad enough. But then he finds himself facing off with the mysterious woman next door, who is actually an ancient witch.

November 20:

Pontypool – Disc jockey Grant thinks it’s going to be just any other day working at his basement radio station in Pontypool. But when begins to hear reports of the dreaded zombie virus, he barricades himself in so he can warn his listeners.

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