New Hulu movies: the biggest films to stream in November 2023

If you want to know the best new Hulu movies you can watch right now, you’re in the right place. In our guide below you’ll find every new movie that’s been added to the streaming service in November 2023.

In this list we’ve included all of the new Hulu releases for the next month. You’ll find a huge range of genres, including some scary films to see out the end of spooky season and plenty of Christmas films as we move into the holidays. You’ll also discover stunning science-fiction, epic action, heart-warming rom-coms, and a few fun films that the whole family will enjoy.

If you don’t know which of the best new Hulu movies to pick, we’ve picked our top six best movies of the month. The ones you’ve got to see. If you only want the cream of the crop, read our guide to the best Hulu movies. For boxset recommendations, take a look at our best Hulu shows guide. With a growing library of fantastic films and shows, it’s no surprise Hulu is one of the best streaming services around. Read on for the best new Hulu movies to watch this weekend.

New Hulu movies: the best films to stream in November 2023

These are our six top picks of all the new Hulu movies you can watch on the streaming service this month:

Blade trilogy

Wesley Snipes as Blade bears his vampire teeth in the 1998 movie Blade.

Blade might be an early Marvel movie, but it’s one of our favorites. (Image credit: New Line Cinema)

Release date: November 1

The Marvel Cinematic Universe is big and sprawling these days, but one of our favorite Marvel movies was released way back in 1998, Blade. It follows the story of a vampire hunter of the same name, created in 1973 for Marvel Comics by writer Marv Wolfman and artist Gene Colan.

Part of a movie trilogy, Blade stars Wesley Snipes as the main character who is immune to becoming a vampire as his mum was turned into one as she was in labor.  He uses this gift to fight them and, in the first movie, uncovers a plot to raise an evil blood god. 

Blade is arguably the best of the three – especially that nightclub scene – but Blade II and Blade: Trinity are also fun to watch if you’re a fan of the franchise or want a slightly darker take on the comic book movie genre. If you’re a fan of Ryan Reynolds you’re also going to want to see the final instalment as he cracks some Deadpool-style jokes as character Hannibal King. Marvel is currently working on a Blade remake, take a look at our Marvel Phase 5 guide to every upcoming MCU movie for the latest news.

The Last Duel

A still from The Last Duel featuring Adam Driver and Matt Damon's characters dressed in armour and squaring off on horses.

Adam Driver and Matt Damon give compelling performances in the 2021 movie The Last Duel. (Image credit: 20th Century Studios)

Release date: November 1

Directed by Ridley Scott (Gladiator, Alien, Blade Runner), The Last Duel is loosely based on a true story about a duel or trial by combat between a Norman knight called Jean de Carrouges (played by Matt Damon) who dueled squire Jacques Le Gris (played by Adam Driver). Carrouges accused Le Gris of raping his wife, Marguerite de Carrouges (played by Jodie Comer).

The movie is a compelling and, at times, difficult watch. It follows the story of the three main characters but what makes it particularly interesting is it reveals how events unfolded from the perspective of each one in turn. If you like historical drama and the kind of bold action Ridley Scott is known for, this is well worth a watch. The performances from Comer, Damon and Driver are also among their best. Keen to watch more films from Scott but don’t know where to start? Take a look at our guide to every Ridley Scott movie rated from worst to best.

Men in Black trilogy

A still from the movie Men in Black with Tommy Lee Jones as Kevin Brown / Agent K and Will Smith as James Darrell Edwards III / Agent J.

Tommy Lee Jones and Will Smith make a fantastic duo in the Men in Black movies. (Image credit: Sony Pictures Releasing)

Release date: November 1

All of The Men in Black movies are now available to watch on Hulu. The first film is our favorite, a fun sci-fi action comedy that’s a great watch for the whole family. It’s about Agent J (played by Will Smith), who’s recruited by Agent K (Tommy Lee Jones), into a secret government organization responsible for monitoring alien activity on Earth.

Together, they uncover a plot involving a giant intergalactic cockroach-like creature and a galaxy in a cat’s collar, and must race against time to save the world from a threat of cosmic proportions. If you’re looking for easy movies with plenty of laughs, cool sci-fi gadgets and awesome alien design, then get Men in Black and the other two movies in the trilogy on your must-watch list.

Space Jam

A still from the movie Space Jam showing all the main characters on a basketball court

Basketball player Michael Jordan plays a fictional version of himself in Space Jam. (Image credit: Warner Bros)

Release date: November 1

Released back in 1996, Space Jam has the kind of bonkers story that’ll keep you hooked if you’re looking for a fun and easy watch. It stars basketball player Michael Jordan as himself who’s abducted by Bugs Bunny (yep, of Looney Tunes fame) to play in a basketball match to defeat a criminal alien group called the Nerdlucks, led by the evil Swackhammer (Danny DeVito).

Space Jam is a mixture of live action and animation, and combining these two elements along with real-life basketball stars, as well as cameos from famous actors, makes this late 90s classic a hit for all ages. Space Jam has recently been revived for movie Space Jam: A New Legacy, but we think you should stick with the original.

Edge of Tomorrow

A still from the movie Edge of Tomorrow showing Emily Blunt and Tom Cruise's characters dressed in huge mech suits.

Tom Cruise and Emily Blunt are the two leads in Edge of Tomorrow, a fresh take on the time travel movie. (Image credit: Warner Bros Pictures)

Release date: November 7

Edge of Tomorrow, which is also sometimes called Live, Die, Repeat, is an entertaining sci-fi thriller with a refreshing take on the typical time travel movie.

It follows the story of Major William “Bill” Cage (played by Tom Cruise) who finds himself flung into combat with aliens, known as Mimics, despite having no hands-on military experience. Mimics get a military advantage by travelling through time to learn more about how to defeat us, which means Cage gets trapped in a time loop, living the same day and the same battle over and over alongside Sergeant Rita Vrataski (Emily Blunt).

Edge of Tomorrow is a must-watch for sci-fi fans and action movie lovers, because it pairs together a compelling time travel thread with relentless combat scenes. However, this isn’t just a movie about big flashy sequences. Both Cruise and Blunt are on top form in Edge of Tomorrow, delivering heart-warming character arcs that you won’t be able to pull your eyes away from.

Elf

A still from the movie Elf, showing lots of children dresses as elves in a classroom and Will Ferrell dressed as an elf at the front.

Will Ferrell gives a laugh out loud performance in Elf as Buddy the Elf. (Image credit: Warner Bros.)

Release date: November 23

Since its release in 2003, Elf has become a Christmas classic. This silly, heart-warming  movie follows the story of Buddy the Elf (played by Will Ferrell) who is actually a human but lives with all of the elves at Santa’s spot at the North Pole. One day, he decides to go and find his dad but experiences one hell of a culture shock when he arrives in New York.

This is a family-friendly movie with plenty of silly antics and fantastic comedy courtesy of Ferrell and a cast of great actors, including James Caan as Buddy’s dad and Zooey Deschanel as Jovie, a woman Buddy meets in a department store. No Christmas is complete without at least one Elf rewatch, so put this on once you’re in the festive spirit.

New Hulu movies: the complete list for November 2023

A still from the movie Alien Vs Predator in which a large Predator is holding up a character by the throat and there are ancient walls with inscriptions on them in the background.

Alien Vs Predator isn’t a family friendly movie, but if you love the past Alien and Predator movies, you’ll enjoy this sometimes horrifying sometimes silly mash-up of the two. (Image credit: 20th Century Fox)

Want to know all of the new Hulu movies coming in November 2023? Read on for the full list:

November 1

  • Adam Sandler’s Eight Crazy Nights (2002)
  • Alien vs. Predator (2004)
  • Armageddon (1998)
  • Billy Madison (1995)
  • Blade (1998)
  • Blade 2 (2002)
  • Blade: Trinity (2004)
  • Carpool (1996)
  • Contagion (2011)
  • Damien: Omen II (1978)
  • Deck the Halls (2006)
  • Deep Blue Sea (1999)
  • Downhill (2020)
  • The Family Stone (2005)
  • The Final Conflict (1981)
  • Final Fantasy: The Spirits Within (2001)
  • Flatliners (1990)
  • Friends With Money (2006)
  • Friendsgiving (2020)
  • Frozen River (2008)
  • Get Low (2010)
  • Geostorm (2017)
  • Garfield (2004)
  • Girl Interrupted (1999)
  • Goodbye Lover (1999)
  • The Holiday (2006)
  • Inferno (2016)
  • In Time (2011)
  • Kollek (1995)
  • Land Ho! (2014)
  • The Last Duel (2021)
  • Madea’s Big Happy Family (2011)
  • Man on a Ledge (2012)
  • The Marine 4: Moving Target (2015)
  • Men In Black (1997)
  • Men In Black II (2002)
  • Men In Black 3 (2012)
  • Miracle On 34th Street (1947)
  • Miracle on 34th Street (1994)
  • The Mistle-Tones (2012)
  • The Nutcracker (1993)
  • The Omen (1976)
  • Omen IV: The Awakening (1991)
  • The Other Woman (2014)
  • Outbreak (1995)
  • Pacific Rim (2013)
  • The Personal History Of David Copperfield (2020)
  • Poseidon (2006)
  • The Sandlot (1993)
  • Saving Silverman (2001)
  • Sea Fever (2019)
  • Second Best (1994)
  • Shallow Hal (2001)
  • Space Jam (1996)
  • Space Jam: A New Legacy (2021)
  • Tigerland (2000)
  • Trance (2011)
  • Twister (1996)
  • The Waterboy (1998)
  • The Wedding Planner (2001)
  • The Wedding Singer (2005)

November 2

  • A Christmas Frequency (2023)
  • A Country Christmas Story (2013)
  • Becoming Santa (2011)
  • Christmas Ever After (2020)
  • Christmas Love Letter (2019)
  • Every Day is Christmas (2018)
  • Magic Mike’s Last Dance (2023)
  • Merry Liddle Christmas (2019)
  • Merry Liddle Christmas Wedding (2020)
  • Reporting For Christmas (2023)
  • Sweet Mountain Christmas (2019)

November 4

  • Kids Vs. Aliens (2022)

November 5

  • God’s Time (2021)

November 7

  • Edge of Tomorrow (2014)

November 9

  • The League (2023)
  • Mavka: The Forest Song (2023)

November 10

  • Fool’s Paradise (2023)
  • One True Loves (2023)

November 11

  • Central Intelligence (2016)

November 15

  • The China Hustle (2017)
  • Journey To The West (2013)
  • Monsters (2010)
  • Nymphomaniac Volume II – Extended Director’s Cut (2013)
  • Nymphomaniac Volume I – Extended Director’s Cut (2013)
  • Red Cliff (2008)
  • What Just Happened (2008)
  • White Bird In A Blizzard (2014)

November 17

  • Black Ice (2022)

November 20

  • The Last Rider (2022)

November 23

  • Elf (2003)
  • Four Christmases (2008)
  • Fred Claus (2007)
  • Jack Frost (1998)
  • Master Gardener (2022)
  • National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation (1989)
  • The Polar Express (2004)

November 24

  • Consecration (2023)
  • Life of the Party (2018)

November 28

  • Katak the Brave Beluga (2023)

November 30

  • Compassionate Spy (2022)
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