Biggest Movies on UK Streaming Services in November 2023

There are some great movies coming to UK streaming services this month, including sci-fi drama Fingernails on Apple TV+, ghoulish horror comedy Renfield on Now TV, and David Fincher’s The Killer on Netflix.

Below is a rundown of all the biggest movie releases that are available to stream this November.

Let us know which movies you will be watching in the comments below.


Fingernails (2023)

Release Date: November 3

Where To Watch: Apple TV+

How can you test true love? Answer: You probably can’t. But in this new sci-fi film starring Jessie Buckley and Riz Ahmed, a mysterious institute apparently holds the key to testing whether or not the love one couple has for each other is authentic!


Magic Mike’s Last Dance (2023)

Release Date: November 3

Where To Watch: Now TV

Channing Tatum bumps and grinds once more in this third (and presumably final) movie featuring the big-hearted male stripper. In this movie, Mike heads to London with a wealthy socialite (Salma Hayek) after she makes him an offer he can’t refuse. 


Nyad (2023)

Release Date: November 3

Where To Watch: Netflix

In this inspirational true-life drama, Annette Bening takes on the role of Diane Nyad, the athlete who, at the age of 60, set out to achieve her lifelong dream: to swim the 110 miles from Cuba to Florida.


Quiz Lady (2023)

Release Date: November 3

Where To Watch: Disney+

Awkwafina, Holland Taylor, and Will Ferrell star in this promising new comedy about a game-show-obsessed woman who sets off on a cross-country journey with her chaotic sister to get the money they need to pay off their mother’s gambling debts. 


Nandor Fodor and the Talking Mongoose (2023)

Release Date: November 8

Where To Watch: Amazon Prime Video

Based on the real-life story of Gef the talking mongoose, which was given extensive media coverage in the 1930s, this new movie stars Simon Pegg as the titular paranormal psychologist who begins an investigation into the case of the animal that apparently has the ability to talk.


Big George Foreman (2023)

Release Date: November 10

Where To Watch: Now TV

Khris Davies takes on the role of the World Heavyweight Champion in this inspirational sports biography.


The Killer (2023)

Release Date: November 10

Where To Watch: Netflix

In David Fincher’s new thriller, Michael Fassbender stars as a cold and methodical assassin who starts to think he is losing his mind while waiting for his next target.


Dashing Through the Snow (2023)

Release Date: November 17

Where To Watch: Disney+

Teyonah Parris, Ludacris, Mary Lynn Rajskub, and Lil Rel Howery star in this early festive treat about a girl and her Christmas-hating father who meet a man who helps them understand the joy and magic of the festive season.


Renfield (2023)

Release Date: November 17

Where To Watch: Now TV

Nicholas Hoult stars as Renfield, Dracula’s long-suffering henchman, in this blood-soaked spooky comedy. Nicolas Cage stars as the preening Prince of Darkness who isn’t ready to let go of his formerly loyal servant.


Rustin (2023)

Release Date: November 17

Where To Watch: Netflix

Colman Domingo gives a powerful performance as gay civil rights activist Bernard Rustin in this rousing true-life drama. 


Leo (2023)

Release Date: November 21

Where To Watch: Netflix

Adam Sandler writes and voice acts in this animated movie about a 74-year-old lizard named Leo who decides to escape from the Florida classroom that he has been living in for decades. 


The Velveteen Rabbit (2023)

Release Date: November 22

Where To Watch: Apple TV+

Based on the beloved children’s book by Margery Williams, this enchanting new movie, presented with a mix of live-action and animation, tells the story of a boy who receives the titular toy bunny for Christmas. 


Good Burger 2 (2023)

Release Date: November 23

Where To Watch: Paramount+

The first Good Burger movie can in no way be considered a comedy classic but it has picked up a cult following over the years. That movie’s stars Kel Mitchell and Kenan Thompson reunite for this second serving of silly humor in which Dexter and Ed once again wind up working together at the titular fast food joint.


Violent Night (2022)

Release Date: November 24

Where To Watch: Now TV

We hope you’re not on Santa’s naughty list because if this movie is anything to go by, you might be in big trouble if you rile up the red-suited one over the Christmas season! David Harbour stars in this fun (but very bloody) comedy thriller from Dead Snow director Tommy Wirkola. 


Beau Is Afraid (2023)

Release Date: November 25

Where To Watch: Now TV

Ari Aster’s latest movie stars Joaquin Phoenix as Beau, an anxious man who embarks on a Kafkaesque journey home after the death of his mother.


Love Again (2023)

Release Date: November 26

Where To Watch: Now TV

What if a random text message led you to the love of your life? That’s the premise of this romantic comedy-drama starring Priyanka Chopra Jonas and Sam Heughan.


Family Switch (2023)

Release Date: November 30

Where To Watch: Netflix

Body switch comedies used to be all the rage back in the 80s and 90s but they seemed to go out of fashion…until now! Jennifer Garner and Emma Myers are the mom and daughter who switch bodies in this new comedy movie. 


Which movies are you most looking forward to in November? Let us know in the comments below.

 

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