5 Biggest Horror Movies Releasing November 2022

If you're a fan of intense mind-bending horror, you won't want to miss this list of the biggest horror movies releasing November 2022! The horror galore that comes alongside the anticipation of Halloween may be over for the year: but that doesn't stop the release of some magnificently spooky content to indulge in!

5 Biggest Horror Movies Releasing November 2022

Spooky season may have reached its tail end, but that doesn’t stop the release of some fantastic horror content! Director Nikyatu Jusu brings captivating psychological thriller Nanny to the big screen, Timothée Chalamet stars in an eerie romance alongside Taylor Russell, and new horror film The Menu offers that taste of dark comedy many people crave! This list is full of content you won’t want to miss, so stay tuned for the biggest horror movies releasing November 2022!

If you’re craving even more thrills and chills than what this list has to offer, check out some of our other horror pieces here at KeenGamer:

Releases November 18, 2022 on Peacock.

NOPE | Final Trailer

As many people are well aware of, Nope is one of Jordan Peele’s most recent works. Jordan Peele is absolutely brilliant when it comes to crafting unforgettable horror experiences and the film Nope simply adds to his credibility. While Nope wasn’t quite as well received as Get Out and Us, it is no doubt a beloved film to many– especially Jordan Peele fans. Although Nope has already seen both a theatrical and Prime Video release, it is definitely worth mentioning that this unique horror experience is officially coming to Peacock!

For those who are unfamiliar with the film: Nope is a sci-fi horror that follows the story of two siblings who run a horse ranch in California. The two siblings witness a magnificent yet terrifying phenomenon lurking in the sky above, in addition to a nearby theme park owner who wishes to use said phenomenon for his own profit and gain. Jordan Peele uses Nope to tell the tale of a beautifully unique UFO sighting, while also warning viewers about the consequences of humans selfishly attempting to subdue and control nature.

For those who have yet to see Nope, Jordan Peele offers a thrilling experience as usual. Yes, this film has already seen a very broad release, however a fresh introduction to a fantastic platform is nothing to remain silent over! Between Jordan Peele’s brilliance, as well as Daniel Kaluuya and Steven Yeun’s fantastic performance, Nope most definitely deserves its place on this list of the biggest horror movies releasing November 2022 as it makes its way to Peacock for more people to enjoy!


Releases November 18, 2022 in US theaters.

Nanny - Official Trailer | Prime Video

Moving forward, this next movie will sound less familiar yet appears to be full of just as much thrilling content! Psychological horror often highlights the struggles and terrors of real life as we know of it: Nanny is no different.

This psychological horror film follows Aisha, a woman who recently emigrated from Senegal, as she is hired to care for an extremely wealthy family’s child in New York City. As Aisha has left her son behind, she hopes that her new job will be able to bring him to the U.S. as well. For awhile, things seem to be going okay. However, as Aisha’s son’s arrival approaches, a violent phenomenon begins to invade both her reality and dreams. Aisha must fight and win against this violent presence if she is to maintain her American dream, or otherwise take it as a sign to run away while she still can.

This movie is full of mystery and psychological thrills that appear to mirror certain flaws and problems within our own world. On top of that, the symbolism and cinematography look absolutely astonishing! With as promising as Nanny looks, it would be a shame to leave it off this list of the biggest horror movies releasing November 2022!

Releases November 16, 2022 on Netflix.

The Wonder | Official Trailer | Netflix

Next up on the list is yet another terrifyingly thrilling film starring Florence Pugh: The Wonder. Florence Pugh has graced the world with so many amazing experiences/performances throughout her time in film industry. Because of this, she is an extremely beloved actress with a plethora of genuine fans supporting her. The Wonder looks to be yet another potentially thrilling film to add to Florence’s list of masterpieces!

The Wonder follows nurse Lib Wright as she is brought to a small village in the Irish Midlands. Wright is faced with a mysterious phenomenon in which a young girl claims to have stopped eating since her eleventh birthday: four months ago. This tense mystery becomes a full-blown thriller as Wright attempts to uncover the truth as to what is truly happening behind the scenes.

This film looks absolutely stunning in terms of cinematography, the story sounds extremely chilling, and Florence Pugh’s acting abilities is nothing to undermine. Every horror fan needs a bit of mystery in their life– and, arguably, a bit of Florence Pugh as well. The Wonder looks amazing from all angles and most definitely deserves a spot on this list of the biggest horror movies releasing November 2022!

Bones and All

Releases November 23, 2022 in US theaters.

Bones and All Trailer #1 (2022)

Some movies present themselves in a straightforward fashion, while others give you bits and pieces of ideas and themes just enough to get you thinking. Luca Guadagnino brings Bones and All to the table, a mystifying tale surrounded by what it means to love, survive, and be human in a world like ours.

Bones and All tells the tale of Maren, a young women attempting to learn the ways of survival on the edges of society, and Lee, an intense drifter who has long broken free from society. Together, the two of them navigate the outskirts of society as two lovers on a grand odyssey. However, not everything is as easy as it seems when their terrifying pasts lead them to test whether or not their love can ultimately withstand their otherness.

Timothée Chalamet and Taylor Russell look to be an absolutely beautiful pairing in this film and the entire premise of the movie is both mysterious and thought-provoking. Bones and All looks to be a film horror fans won’t want to miss, earning it a place on this list of the biggest horror movies releasing November 2022!

The Menu

Releases November 18, 2022 in US theaters.

THE MENU | Official Trailer | Searchlight Pictures

And finally, with Thanksgiving right around the corner, we have a dark horror comedy film centered around some questionable food service: The Menu. This film includes performances from Anya Taylor-Joy and Ralph Fiennes, two extremely talented individuals who can truly put on a show. A November horror movie list simply wouldn’t be the same without a food nightmare such as this one!

The Menu follows a couple as they travel to a coastal island where they are eager to dine at an exclusive restaurant. The acclaimed head chef of said restaurant prepares a lavish menu for his guests. However, this experience also comes with a few shocking surprises that no one quite anticipated.

This movie looks to be a breath of fresh air! The Menu seemingly balances a unique concept with unpredictable horror and lighthearted comedy. Furthermore, it seems as though The Menu is a ride full of twists and turns both horror fans and causal movie enjoyers can love! Because of this, The Menu definitely deserves its place here on this list of the biggest horror movies releasing November 2022!

Indie Horror Movies Releasing November 2022

As usual, it would be a crime to leave out an indie film section in an article such as this. November is packed full of some amazing looking indie films horror fans won’t wanna miss! Furthermore, the following indie films look particularly promising in terms of cinematography, acting, and mind-bending themes!

Sleep. Walk. Kill. (L), Something in the Dirt (C), Mandrake (R)

Sleep. Walk. Kill. (L), Something in the Dirt (C), Mandrake (R)

Sleep. Walk. Kill.

First up is a horror comedy written and directed by Justin Miller: Sleep. Walk. Kill. This horror film begins in a small, peaceful suburban town. All of that begins to change, however, when a group of people find that they must now survive all of their friends and family who have suddenly become sleepwalking monsters. If you fall asleep: you become one of the monsters. Although simple, this film mixes creepy imagery with comedy in a very fun-looking manner! Sleep. Walk. Kill. releases November 4th on VOD and Digital.

Something in the Dirt

Another promising indie film that deserves to be mentioned is: Something in the Dirt. Neighbors John and Levi live very steady lives practically void of excitement or change. However, when they begin to witness supernatural happenings in their Los Angeles apartment building, they decide to document these paranormal occurrences with the desire for fame and fortune. Sci-fi horror film Something in the Dirt has some fantastic looking imagery and looks to be full of mind-bending excitement! Something in the Dirt releases November 4th in limited theaters.


Last in this indie portion of the list is none other than: Mandrake. This film begins with probation officer Cathy Madden. Madden is a woman tasked with attempting to ease murderer ‘Bloody’ Mary Laidlaw back into society. Cathy believes that everyone deserves a second chance. However, this belief is tested when children begin to go missing near Mary’s farm. This film looks extremely dark, eerie, and full of all the things that often make a good horror experience! Mandrake releases November 10th on Shudder.

Thank-you for taking the time to read this list of the biggest horror movies releasing November 2022 here at KeenGamer! What are you looking forward to the most? Are there any promising horror films gracing November that weren’t mentioned in this article? Let us know in the comments!

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