Best Sci-Fi, Fantasy & Horror Streaming in November 2021
What’s available on Hulu on November 1st?
10,000 BC -What is Roland Emmerich 10,000 BC might have lacked historical accuracy, it attempted to compensate with the epic scale and drama of its story about prehistoric hunter-gatherers roaming the Ural Mountains in search of woolly mammoths. The way the mammoth population is growing and decreasing proves that 10,000 BCto suspect that supernatural forces are at work, shaping the destiny of mankind, as they depend on wild animals for their survival.
Cloudy with a chance of meatballs – Under its absurd premises and wacky visuals, Cloudy with a chance of meatballs is a surprisingly thoughtful story about the importance for people of having proper access to a variety of food options, as well as an understanding of the hazardous weather phenomena that shape their world.
Dr Phibes gets up again! – In this 1972 sequel to a cult horror comedy The abominable Dr Phibes, the evil doc (horror legend Vincent Price in excellently campy form) returns – no, mounted– the sarcophagus where he has been hiding since he unleashed vengeful chaos in the first film. Still determined to resuscitate his beloved wife, this time he turns to the secrets of ancient Egypt in an attempt to bring her back.
The fifth Element – The eye-candy that is The fifth Element has no competition. In addition to its exaggerated cast of Milla Jovovich, Bruce Willis, Gary Oldman, Ian Holm and Chris Tucker, comic book artists Jean “Moebius” Giraud and Jean-Claude Mézières worked on the production design and Jean-Paul Gaultier did the costumes. Did we mention the alien opera singer? Worth the entrance fee.
Fly – It might be a little late for Halloween, but David Cronenberg’s remake of the iconic horror film asks you to consider the spookiest idea of all: what if Jeff Goldblum has become a very rude man-fly hybrid?
Creation – Christopher Nolan’s Dream in a Dream Within a Dream is great for repeated visualization. See where it lands our Nolan ranking.
Lemony Snicket, a series of unfortunate events – It’s the movie, not the TV series (which was pretty awesome). It stars Jim Carrey as the villainous Count Olaf to the Baudelaire children and Jude Law plays the main character.
Love potion n ° 9 – A highly questionable ’90s movie starring Sandra Bullock (before she hit it big), Tate Donovan and Dale Midkiff. It’s technically based on the song, but when a biochemist and biologist decide to play with love potions, metamorphosis and hilarity ensue.
Maggie – When a young girl named Maggie is bitten by one of the infected, undead zombies that plague her crumbling town, she realizes that it’s only a matter of time before she, like them, begins to wanting to taste the living flesh, and so she decides to spare her family the grief of having to see them become a monster. Desperate to find his daughter, Maggie’s father sets out to find her, impending zombism be cursed because he has faith that his love and resolve could be the cure she needs. Featured Arnold Schwarzenegger and Abigail Breslin.
The matrix, the recharged matrix, the matrix revolutions – Wachowski’s original Matrix The trilogy will always present itself as a set of films that have fundamentally captured the imagination of the world and put a set of ideas in the minds of people that have been reflected in countless other works of art. With a fourth installment to the franchise en route, the first three films were already long overdue for a thorough replay.
Minority report – If you like running and screaming Tom Cruise, this jam from Steven Spielberg might be for you. It stars the ever-fantastic Samantha Morton as one of the three “precogs” who predict crime … until Cruise’s character realizes there’s a margin for error. This one also includes Neal McDonough, the first Colin Farrell and the incomparable Max von Sydow.
Percy Jackson and the Olympians: The Lightning Thief – The difficulty of being born without knowing it into a family of Greek gods like Percy Jackson was, is that there is always a chance that, under ridiculous circumstances, your existence will alarm in some way or another. another one of your relatives. so so much that they feel like they have no choice but to kill you. The situation is a little more complicated with Percy, as the young teenager is suddenly drawn into a whirlwind of events that reveals the magical nature of his surroundings.
Prestige – So many Marvel and DC stars in a movie that has nothing to do with superheroes and everything to do with science, passion and obsession. Bonus: David Bowie as Nikola Tesla.
Texas Chainsaw Massacre II – Leatherface is back and meat is on the menu, as the Sawyer cannibal family returns to wreak havoc across Texas and … state chili cuisine?
universal soldier – In life, army soldiers Luc Deveraux (Jean-Claude Van Damme) and Andrew Scott (Dolph Lundgren) were both highly skilled fighters deployed in the Vietnam War to be killing machines, and although ‘they are part of the same military force, they have become enemies in the last moments of their lives. Because the couple were both such treasured assets, however, their stories don’t end there, as their bodies are cryogenized and ultimately resurrected to be part of the Universal Soldier Program which turns them into even more deadly killing machines.
Vampire in Brooklyn – Although it is a comedy, Vampire in Brooklyn delivers one of Eddie Murphy’s most surprisingly dramatic and wicked turns as Maximillian, the film’s former vampire who arrives in New York City in search of a Dhampir he intends to marry.
War of the Worlds – HG Wells’ novel, born in the 1950s, stunned and impressed many people at the time and, of course, had a huge influence on the film industry as a whole. He also won the Oscar for best visual effects.
What’s available on Hulu on November 2?
Perspective – Pedro Pascal, Sophie Thatcher and Jay Duplass star in this alien drama about people who need to exploit a special gem in order to afford a living. In 2018, we called it a “the Western space that should satisfy all your dirty sci-fi cravings. “How’s that for a pitch?
What’s available on Hulu on November 5th?
Animaniacs: Complete Season 2 – We I didn’t like the first season from the revamped animated series, but for those who have, you’ll be happy to know you can watch more soon.
What’s available on Hulu on November 14?
Star Trek Into Darkness – Yes. The one with the fake-Khan… if that’s your thing.
What’s available on Hulu on November 15th?
Dead Pool, Deadpool 2 – Although Fox X Men movies played a big part in shaping our modern superhero entertainment landscape, Deadpool, of all characters, ended up being the last living piece of the old movie studio’s Marvel legacy. The dead Pool movies showing on Hulu rather than Disney + are a testament to the rude character not, you know, technically a proper part of the MCU family as of now, but it’s only a matter of time.
What’s available on Hulu on November 17th?
Marvel’s Struck Monkey Season 1 – When a wild ape witnesses the murder of its entire tribe by a band of human assassins, it has the option of running away and carrying on with its life, but at the insistence of the ghost of a benevolent human, the monkey decides to take a gun himself in order to get revenge on those who wronged him.
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Coming Out of the Shadows – The second film in the maligned (and apparently now very dead) live-action / CG reboot of the venerable pizza-loving ninja turtles pairs Shredder with beloved villains Baxter Stockman, Bebop and Rocksteady thanks to the deadly mutagen virus that can transform people in animal hybrids.
What’s available on Hulu on November 18th?
Mandibles – When friends Manu (Grégoire Ludig) and Jean-Gab (David Marsais) discover a flying house the size of a small dog just … relaxing in the trunk of their car, instead of doing the sane thing – set the car on fire – they choose to adopt it as a pet, thinking they could make some quick money out of it one way or another. (Nope.)
What’s available on Hulu on November 30?
Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter – Timur Bekmambetov’s adaptation of the novel of the same name didn’t appeal to many, but if you’re in the mood for something weird, give it a try. Dominic Cooper, Anthony Mackie, Mary Elizabeth Winstead and Rufus Sewell are the stars.