It’s a slower month for horror, but coming out of October, it usually is; there’s still a handful of releases on Shudder in November. On the drama side over at Acorn TV and AMC+, there’s plenty, however, with Ruth Wilson starring in Mrs. Wilsonmurder-mystery in The Gone and the adaptation of a popular BBC Radio 4 series with Mrs Sidhu Invesigates.

Check out the list of movies, series and specials coming to Shudder, AcornTV and AMC+ Australia below. Let me know in the comment section which ones you are excited to watch.


  • I Saw the Devil [New to Shudder]

A secret agent exacts revenge on a serial killer through a series of captures and releases.

  • A Tale of Two Sisters [New to Shudder]

After spending time in a mental hospital, a girl is reunited with her sister and returns home, only to see some truly strange events start to happen.


  • Mastemah [Shudder Original Film]

After a traumatic accident during a hypnosis session, Louise, a young psychiatrist, opens a new office in the middle of nowhere. When she starts analysing Theo, a dark and mysterious man, people around her start to die. Starring Camille Razat and Olivier Barthelemy.

  • Final Cut [New to Shudder]

Things go badly for a small film crew shooting a low budget zombie movie when they are attacked by real zombies.


  • The Boulet Brothers’ Dragula [Shudder Original Series]

Horror’s new icons The Boulet Brothers are on the hunt to find the world’s next drag monster superstar in this brand new, star-studded fifth season of their hit reality competition show. With new competitors, their challenges, special effects makeup, costumes, and performances, it promises to be truly terrifying and out-of-this-world.

  • Baptiste Series 2 [Premieres on Acorn TV and AMC+]
  • Mrs Sidhu Investigates [Acorn TV Original Series]


  • The Tank [Shudder Exclusive Film]

After mysteriously inheriting an abandoned coastal property, Ben and his family accidentally unleash an ancient, long-dormant creature that terrorized the entire region-including his own ancestors-for generations. Starring Luciane Buchanan and Matt Whelan.


  • Cold in July [New to Shudder]

When a protective father meets a murderous ex-con, both need to deviate from the path they are on as they soon find themselves entangled in a downward spiral of lies and violence while having to confront their own inner psyches.

  • Nightmares [New to Shudder]

Anthology of four horror tales with a supernatural twist based on urban legends.

  • The Chase Series 2 [Premieres on Acorn TV and AMC+]

Welcome to the world of Chevin Chase, a family-run veterinary practice in Yorkshire, where sparks fly and backstabbing is all part of the business. When George Williams (Keith Barron) announces his retirement, his pregnant daughter, Anna (Gaynor Faye) is left to pick up the pieces of the struggling practice with her estranged sister, Sara (Nicola Stephenson). Surrounded by a multitude of animal illnesses, the staff must also contend with problems of their own as tensions mount, personalities clash and dark secrets are exposed.


  • Sons of Steel [New to Shudder]

In a futuristic Australia, a scheme to blow up the Sydney Opera House is discovered. The only way to stop it is to send an agent back in time to prevent the plotters from hatching it.

  • A Dangerous Summer [New to Shudder]

When a crummy hotel burns down in Australia, the American co-owner tries to find out whether or not the fire was deliberately set or just an accident.

  • The Gone [Acorn TV Exclusive Series]


  • Mrs. Wilson [Premiere on Acorn TV and AMC+]

In this drama based on true events, Ruth Wilson (His Dark Materials) plays her own real life grandmother, Alison, whose husband, former spy Alexander (Iain Glen), dies suddenly in 1963. Soon afterwards, a woman comes to the door, claiming to be Alec’s “real wife.” Determined to find out who her husband really was, Alison makes discoveries that threaten to tear her carefully crafted world apart.

Find out what else is streaming on Netflix, Stan, Prime Video and more by checking out our ‘What’s Streaming’ page. 

[Descriptions provided by AMC+ Australia]