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November 2023: New Movies In Theaters This Month

November 2023: New Movies In Theaters This Month

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November 2023: all the new movies in theaters this month, from upcoming releases to hidden gems and films to watch right now!

The wait is over: so many festival favorites and anticipated releases will be out in theaters in November 2023! We made a list of all the new movies coming to US theaters and UK cinemas this month, from upcoming releases to hidden gems and great new films to watch right now or in a few weeks’ time!

You’ll find all the films below, in order of release and divided by movies to watch in the U.S. and U.K., and we’ve also included global release dates where available. Enjoy!

  1. November 2023: New Movies in U.S. Theaters
  2. November 2023: New Movies in U.K. Cinemas



Director: Arlen Konopaki 
U.S. Release: November 2 in select US and Canadian cities
U.K. Release: TBA

November 2023: New Movies In Theaters This Month – HOW TO RUIN THE HOLIDAYS (Bondit Media)

Official synopsis: Michelle is a struggling comedian who goes home for the holidays. While her sister Andrea claims it’s an emergency, their doomsday prepping dad (Colin Mochrie) and freewheeling brother Mark aren’t so sure. As they prepare for a final Christmas together in their family home, Michelle works to redefine her relationships with her father and siblings. When her dad’s unconventional lifestyle comes to light, she must face a life-changing decision about caring for her brother with disabilities.


Director: Raven Jackson
U.S. Release: November 3
U.K. Release: TBA

All Dirt Roads Taste of Salt: Film Review – Loud And Clear Reviews
Review: Raven Jackson’s All Dirt Roads Taste of Salt shows the director has great promise, though it can be difficult to find your bearings.

Official synopsis: A lyrical, decades-spanning exploration across a woman’s life in Mississippi, the feature debut from award-winning poet, photographer and filmmaker Raven Jackson is a haunting and richly layered portrait, a beautiful ode to the generations of people and places that shape us.


Director: Ben Snyder
U.S. Release: November 3
U.K. Release: TBA

November 2023: New Movies In Theaters This Month – ALLSWELL IN NEW YORK (S&R Films)

Official synopsis: The story of three Puerto Rican sisters in New York who are navigating life’s challenges of single motherhood, career, and family, while finding that the humor, solace, and bonds of sisterhood make it all bearable.


Director: Christos Nikou
Global Release: November 3 in select theaters and on Apple TV+.

Official synopsis: Anna (Jessie Buckley) and Ryan (Jeremy Allen White) have found true love. It’s been proven by a controversial new technology. There’s just one problem: Anna still isn’t sure. Then she takes a position at a love testing institute, and meets Amir (Riz Ahmed). 

Watch on Apple TV


Director: Kaouther Ben Hania
U.S. Release: November 3 (LA), with nationwide expansion to follow
U.K. Release: TBA

Four Daughters: LFF Film Review – Loud And Clear Reviews
Film Review: Four Daughters delivers its powerful and timely story with a brilliant use of the documentary form at its best.

Official synopsis: A riveting exploration of rebellion, memory, and sisterhood, Four Daughters reconstructs the story of Olfa Hamrouni and her four daughters, unpacking a complex family history through intimate interviews and performance to examine how the Tunisian woman’s two eldest daughters were radicalized. Casting professional actresses as the missing eldest daughters Ghofrane and Rahma, along with acclaimed Egyptian-Tunisian actress Hend Sabri as Olfa, director Kaouther Ben Hania restages pivotal moments in the family’s life, interwoven with confessions and reflections from Olfa and younger daughters Eya and Tayssir that capture moments of joy, loss, violence, and heartache.


Director: K. Asher Levin
U.S. Release: November 3
U.K. Release: TBA

November 2023: New Movies In Theaters This Month – HELEN’S DEAD: Trailer (Screen Media Films)

Official synopsis: Upon discovering her boyfriend, Adam (Emile Hirsch), is sleeping with her cousin Helen (Matilda Lutz), the aimless Addie goes to a dinner party to confront them, only to discover Helen is dead and everyone is a suspect. From “canceled” influencer Leila to her shady, older husband George, to wannabe actor Garrett and even her own lover/ex-con Henry, Addie must find Helen’s killer before it’s too late.


Director: Alexander Payne
U.S. Release: November 3 (limited), November 10 (nationwide)
U.K. Release: January 19, 2024.

The Holdovers: LFF Film Review – Loud And Clear Reviews
Film Review: Featuring a winning trio of scintillating performances, The Holdovers marks a stunning return to form for Alexander Payne.

Official synopsis: From acclaimed director Alexander Payne, THE HOLDOVERS follows a curmudgeonly instructor (Paul Giamatti) at a prestigious American school who is forced to remain on campus during Christmas break to babysit the handful of students with nowhere to go. Eventually he forms an unlikely bond with one of them — a damaged, brainy troublemaker (newcomer Dominic Sessa) — and with the school’s head cook, who has just lost a son in Vietnam (Da’Vine Joy Randolph).


Director: Neil Burger
U.S. Release: November 3
U.K. Release: TBA

The Marsh King’s Daughter: Film Review – Loud And Clear Reviews
Review: The Marsh King’s Daughter is a solid film with psychological themes but it ultimately falls short of being an intense thriller.

Official synopsis: In the tense thriller The Marsh King’s Daughter, a woman with a secret past will venture into the wilderness she left behind to confront the most dangerous man she’s ever met: her father. In the film, Helena’s (Daisy Ridley) seemingly ordinary life hides a dark and dangerous truth: her estranged father is the infamous Marsh King (Ben Mendelsohn), the man who kept her and her mother captive in the wilderness for years. When her father escapes from prison, Helena will need to confront her past. Knowing that he will hunt for her and her family, Helena must find the strength to face her demons and outmaneuver the man who taught her everything she knows about surviving in the wild.


Director: Miles Doleac
U.S. Release: November 3
U.K. Release: TBA

November 2023: New Movies In Theaters This Month – OPEN (Miles Doleac)

Official synopsis: OPEN tells the story of Kristina (Lindsay Anne Williams), a woman in a troubled marriage, who falls for a former TV star and teen heartthrob (Jeremy London), whose previously promising career has collapsed. All the while, Kristina experiences music video-like hallucinations wherein she fronts an 80’s new wave band. 


Director: Sofia Coppola
U.S. Release: November 3
U.K. Release: December 26 (limited), January 1 (nationwide)

Priscilla (2023): LFF Film Review – Loud And Clear Reviews
Film Review: Sofia Coppola’s Priscilla Presley biopic is a tender, poignant drama with an incredible performance from Cailee Spaeny.

Official synopsis: When teenage Priscilla Beaulieu meets Elvis Presley at a party, the man who is already a meteoric rock-and-roll superstar becomes someone entirely unexpected in private moments: a thrilling crush, an ally in loneliness, a vulnerable best friend. Through Priscilla’s eyes, Sofia Coppola tells the unseen side of a great American myth in Elvis and Priscilla’s long courtship and turbulent marriage, from a German army base to his dream-world estate at Graceland, in this deeply felt and ravishingly detailed portrait of love, fantasy, and fame.


Director: Henrik Martin Dahlsbakken
U.S. Release: November 3
U.K. Release: TBA

November 2023: New Movies In Theaters This MonthPROJECT Z (Dark Star Pictures)

Official synopsis: A group of film students take three out of work actors to an old motel in the mountains to make zombie films. When a mysterious asteroid crashes nearby strange things begin to happen, blurring the line between fiction and reality. The undead have seemingly began attacking the crew and they must fight for their lives – or is it a part of their story?


Director: Graham Phillips
U.S. Release: November 3
U.K. Release: TBA

November 2023: New Movies In Theaters This Month – RUMBLE THROUGH THE DARK (Lionsgate)

Official synopsis: Aaron Eckhart stars as a desperate, bare-knuckle cage fighter battling for the only thing he has left in Rumble Through The Dark, a riveting action thriller based on Michael Farris Smith’s celebrated novel The Fighter. Bella Thorne shines alongside Eckhart in this gripping film about one man’s last-ditch effort to save his family home against the strongest of foes and the longest of odds.


Director: George C. Wolfe
U.S. Release: November 3
Global Release: November 17 on Netflix

Rustin: Film Review – Loud And Clear Reviews
Film Review: Netflix’s Rustin stands out from your typical biopic behind the sensational Colman Domingo and an excellent ensemble.

Official synopsis: The architect of 1963’s momentous March on Washington, Bayard Rustin was one of the greatest activists and organizers the world has ever known. He challenged authority, never apologized for who he was, what he believed, or who he desired. And he did not back down. He made history, and in turn, he was forgotten. Starring Colman Domingo, Rustin shines a long overdue spotlight on the extraordinary man who, alongside giants like the Reverend Martin Luther King Jr., Adam Clayton Powell Jr., and Ella Baker, dared to imagine a different world, and inspired a movement in a march toward freedom.


Director: Andy Armstrong
U.S. Release: November 3
U.K. Release: TBA

November 2023: New Movies In Theaters This Month – SQUEALER (Lionsgate)

Official synopsis: Tyrese Gibson (The Fast and the Furious franchise) and Theo Rossi (“Sons of Anarchy”) star in this terrifying thriller inspired by real events. When young women start disappearing in a small town, a police officer and a street-smart social worker follow clues to a remote pig farm, where they discover the local butcher has been bringing his work home. Enter the world of a serial killer and experience for yourself the bloodcurdling horror of a film that’s bound to take your breath away.


Director: Nick Broomfield
U.S. Release: November 7 for a one night event, November 17 nationwide
U.K. Release: out now on the iPlayer!

The Stones and Brian Jones: Film Review – Loud And Clear Reviews
The Stones and Brian Jones is a reverent, objective and intimate documentary that tells the story of the heart & spirit of The Rolling Stones

Official synopsis: Featuring revealing interviews with all the main players and unseen archive released for the first time, The Stones and Brian Jones explores the creative musical genius of Jones, key to the success of the band, and uncovers how the founder of what became the greatest rock’n’roll band in the world was left behind in the shadows of history.


Director: Matthew Yerby
U.S. Release: November 10
U.K. Release: TBA

November 2023: New Movies In Theaters This MonthThe Dirty South (Cineverse)

Official synopsis: Sue Parker (Willa Holland) finds herself in a desperate battle to save her family’s struggling business, which is on the brink of collapse due to her father’s neglect. When a handsome drifter (Shane West) comes into town she sees him as the only chance to prevent their bar from falling into the hands of a ruthless local tycoon (Dermot Mulroney). What starts as a simple plan to save her family, quickly spirals into larceny, lawlessness and deadly consequences.   


Director: Kristoffer Borgli
U.S. Release: November 10
U.K. Release: TBA

November 2023: New Movies In Theaters This MonthDream Scenario (A24)

Official synopsis: Hapless family man Paul Matthews (Nicolas Cage) finds his life turned upside down when millions of strangers suddenly start seeing him in their dreams.  But when his nighttime appearances take a nightmarish turn, Paul is forced to navigate his newfound stardom, in this wickedly entertaining comedy from writer-director Kristoffer Borgli (Sick of Myself) and producer Ari Aster.   


Director: Travis Burgess 
U.S. Release: November 10
U.K. Release: TBA

November 2023: New Movies In Theaters This Month – Hayseed (Good Deed Entertainment)

Official synopsis: After the shocking death of a small-town reverend, insurance investigator Leo Hobbins (Bill Sage) arrives at Emmaus Holy and interviews the church secretary, Darlene Halsey (Ismenia Mendes). Against his better judgment, Hobbins agrees to help Darlene find the actual cause of the reverend’s death. Hobbins proceeds to interview all the congregation members, sifting through a web of red herrings and self-serving lies. Over the next 24 hours, Hobbins interviews six suspects and seeks to solve the case overflowing with duplicity, greed, drugs, and corruption. 


Director: Justin S. Monroe
U.S. Release: October 27 (NY), November 10 (LA)
U.K. Release: TBA

November 2023: New Movies In Theaters This Month – HOLY FRIT (Abramorama)

Official synopsis: In this visceral, three-year race against time, Tim, a talented, yet unknown, LA artist bluffs his way into winning the commission to create the world’s largest stained-glass window of its kind. The problem is, Tim doesn’t know how to make it…


Director: Blair Moore
U.S. Release: November 10
U.K. Release: TBA

November 2023: New Movies In Theaters This Month – KANE (Saban Films)

Official synopsis: In the dangerous world of crime, Benny serves under Abe, a crime boss with multiple personalities. When a gang war erupts with the notorious Frankie, Benny must confront the deadliest persona within Abe, Kane. With the next 24 hours predicted to be filled with violence, Benny questions his loyalty and contemplates joining Frankie. As the battle intensifies and secrets unravel, Benny faces a choice that could shake the criminal empire to its core. “Split Allegiance” is a gripping dark thriller that explores the blurred lines of loyalty and identity in a treacherous underworld.


Director: Tyler MacIntyre
U.S. Release: November 10
U.K. Release: TBA

November 2023: New Movies In Theaters This Month – It’s a Wonderful Knife (RLJE Films)

Official synopsis: A year after saving her town from a psychotic killer on Christmas Eve, Winnie Carruthers’ life is less than wonderful — but when she wishes she’d never been born, she finds herself in a nightmare parallel universe and discovers that without her, things could be much, much worse. Now the killer is back, and she must team up with the town misfit to identify the killer and get back to her own reality. It’s A Wonderful Life by way of Scream.


Director: David Fincher
Global Release: November 10 on Netflix

The Killer (Netflix): Venice Film Review – Loud And Clear Reviews
Review: In The Killer, David Fincher subverts the revenge neo-noir genre with the ironic character study of a tedious, sociopathic hit man.

Official synopsis: After its world premiere at the 2023 Venice Film Festival, David Fincher’s highly anticipated new movie The Killer will be out globally on Netflix from November 10, 2023. The film is based on a French graphic novel, and Michael Fassbender is the titular killer – a man on a dangerous international mission that may or may not be personal.


Director: Nia DaCosta
Global Release: November 10

November 2023: New Movies In Theaters This MonthThe Marvels (Marvel Studios)

Official synopsis: In Marvel Studios’ “The Marvels,” Carol Danvers aka Captain Marvel has reclaimed her identity from the tyrannical Kree and taken revenge on the Supreme Intelligence. But unintended consequences see Carol shouldering the burden of a destabilized universe. When her duties send her to an anomalous wormhole linked to a Kree revolutionary, her powers become entangled with that of Jersey City super-fan Kamala Khan, aka Ms. Marvel, and Carol’s estranged niece, now S.A.B.E.R. astronaut Captain Monica Rambeau. Together, this unlikely trio must team up and learn to work in concert to save the universe as “The Marvels.” 


Director: Paul B. Preciado
U.S. Release: November 10 at Film Forum (LA)
U.K. Release: TBA

November 2023: New Movies In Theaters This Month – Orlando (Janus Films)

Official synopsis: A diverse cast of over two dozen trans and non-binary people exuberantly claim their Orlando-ness, (re)interpreting scenes from the novel and reflecting on their own identities. Far from an academic exercise, ORLANDO, MY POLITICAL BIOGRAPHY playfully links Woolf’s prescience to the experiences of trans people today. 


Director: Ira Rosensweig
U.S. Release: November 10
U.K. Release: TBA

November 2023: New Movies In Theaters This Month – SHARE? (XYZ Films)

Official synopsis: A man awakens alone, stripped of all possessions, trapped in a bare room. Aided solely by a primitive computer, he fights to survive in a new existence where entertainment is the only currency and discover who imprisoned him, why, and if there is any possibility of escape.


Director: Daniel Brown
U.S. Release: November 10
U.K. Release: TBA

November 2023: New Movies In Theaters This Month – YOUR LUCKY DAY (Well Go USA)

Official synopsis: After a dispute over a winning lottery ticket turns into a deadly hostage situation, the witnesses must decide exactly how far they’ll go—and how much blood they’re willing to spill—for a cut of the $156 million.


Director: Maneesh Sharma
Global Release: November 12

November 2023: New Movies In Theaters This Month – TIGER 3 (YRF)

Official synopsis: Tiger and Zoya are back – to save the country and their family. This time it’s personal!


Director: Aki Kaurismäki
U.S. Release: November 17 (NY), November 23 (LA)
U.K. Release: December 1

Fallen Leaves: LFF Film Review – Loud And Clear Reviews
Film Review: 33 years later, Aki Kaurismäki continues his Proletariat series with Fallen Leaves, a hilarious and winning deadpan delight.

Official synopsis: FALLEN LEAVES tells the story of two lonely people (Alma Pöysti and Jussi Vatanen) who meet each other by chance in the Helsinki night and try to find the first, only, and ultimate love of their lives.Their path towards this honorable goal is clouded by the man’s alcoholism, lost phone numbers, not knowing each other’s names or addresses, and life’s general tendency to place obstacles in the way of those seeking their happiness.This gentle tragicomedy, previously thought to be lost, is the fourth part of Aki Kaurismäki’s working-class trilogy.


Director: Francis Lawrence
Global Release: November 17

November 2023: New Movies In Theaters This MonthThe Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds & Snakes (Lionsgate)

Official synopsis: Years before he would become the tyrannical President of Panem, 18-year-old Coriolanus Snow (Tom Blyth) is the last hope for his fading lineage, a once-proud family that has fallen from grace in a post-war Capitol. With the 10th annual Hunger Games fast approaching, the young Snow is alarmed when he is assigned to mentor Lucy Gray Baird (Rachel Zegler), the girl tribute from impoverished District 12. But, after Lucy Gray commands all of Panem’s attention by defiantly singing during the reaping ceremony, Snow thinks he might be able to turn the odds in their favor. Uniting their instincts for showmanship and newfound political savvy, Snow and Lucy Gray’s race against time to survive will ultimately reveal who is a songbird, and who is a snake.


Director: Moshe Rosenthal
U.S. Release: November 17
U.K. Release: TBA

November 2023: New Movies In Theaters This Month – KARAOKE (Greenwich Entertaiment)

Official synopsis: Meir (Iraq-born Sasson Gabay) and Tova (Morocco-born Rita Shukrun) are an upper middle class couple with two grown daughters, seemingly resigned to their semi-retirement in the banal comforts of an upscale apartment complex in a Tel Aviv suburb.  With their careers and marriage in a rut, their lives are upended by the charismatic Itzik (Lior Ashkenazi), a newly arrived talent agent from Miami now occupying the penthouse where he likes to throw wild Karaoke parties, much to the annoyance and envy of the rest of the building.

When Meir and Tova get their own coveted invitation, they are soon drawn into Itzik’s energizing orbit. The couple soon becomes obsessed with the bachelor, competing for his attention while acting out long-dormant ambitions and desires, as they go on their own humorous but deeply human journeys of self-exploration.


Director: Todd Haynes
Global Release: November 17

May December: Cannes Film Review – Loud And Clear Reviews
Review: In his latest film, May December, Todd Haynes delivers a romantic drama with the feel of a psychological thriller.

Official synopsis: Twenty years after their notorious tabloid romance, a married couple buckle under the pressure when a Hollywood actress meets them to do research for a film about their past.


Director: Taika Waititi
U.S. Release: November 17
U.K. Release: December 29

Next Goal Wins: TIFF Film Review – Loud And Clear Reviews
Film Review: Taika Waititi’s Next Goal Wins scores with its laughs but misfires on its story, leaving a flawed but fun final product.

Official synopsis: Directed by Academy Award Winner Taika Waititi (Jojo Rabbit, Thor: Ragnarok), NEXT GOAL WINS follows the American Samoa soccer team, infamous for their brutal 31-0 FIFA loss in 2001. With the World Cup Qualifiers approaching, the team hires down-on-his-luck, maverick coach Thomas Rongen (Michael Fassbender) hoping he will turn the world’s worst soccer team around in this heartfelt underdog comedy.


Director: Emerald Fennell
U.S. Release: November 17 (limited), November 22 (nationwide)
U.K. Release: November 17

Saltburn: Film Review – Loud And Clear Reviews
Film Review: With Saltburn, Emerald Fennell tells a tale of privilege, desire, and deception with a magnificent visual style.

Official synopsis: Academy Award winning filmmaker Emerald Fennell (Promising Young Woman) brings us a beautifully wicked tale of privilege and desire. Struggling to find his place at Oxford University, student Oliver Quick (Barry Keoghan) finds himself drawn into the world of the charming and aristocratic Felix Catton (Jacob Elordi), who invites him to Saltburn, his eccentric family’s sprawling estate, for a summer never to be forgotten.

See Also


Director: Eli Roth
Global Release: November 17

November 2023: New Movies In Theaters This Month – THANKSGIVING (Sony Pictures Entertainment)

Official synopsis: After a Black Friday riot ends in tragedy, a mysterious Thanksgiving-inspired killer terrorizes Plymouth, Massachusetts – the birthplace of the infamous holiday.


Director: Walt Dohrn
U.S. Release: November 17
U.K. Release: October 20

November 2023: New Movies In Theaters This Month – Trolls Band Together (Universal)

Official synopsis: This holiday season, get ready for an action-packed, all-star, rainbow-colored family reunion like no other as Anna Kendrick and Justin Timberlake return for the new chapter in DreamWorks Animation’s blockbuster musical franchise: Trolls Band Together.


Director: Connie Cocchia
U.S. Release: November 17
U.K. Release: TBA

November 2023: New Movies In Theaters This Month – When Time Got Louder (Gravitas Ventures)

Official synopsis: Departing for college, Abbie leaves her parents and brother who has autism and is non-verbal. As she explores her independence and sexuality, she’s torn between her new life and her love for her brother.


Director: Hirokazu Kore-eda
U.S. Release: November 17 (NY), December 1 (LA), December 2023 (nationwide)
U.K. Release: TBA

Monster (2023): Kore-eda Film Review – Loud And Clear Reviews
Film Review: Kore-eda’s Monster (2023) paints a masterfully subdued picture of childhood, acceptance, and the longing for freedom.

Official synopsis: A mother demands answers from teacher when her son begins acting strangely.


Director: Ridley Scott
U.S. Release: November 22
Global Release: later this year, on Apple TV+ – watch Napoleon!

Official synopsis: Directed by Scott from a screenplay by David Scarpa, “Napoleon” stars Joaquin Phoenix as the French emperor and military leader. The film is an original and personal look at Napoleon’s origins and his swift, ruthless climb to emperor, viewed through the prism of his addictive and often volatile relationship with his wife and one true love, Josephine, played by Vanessa Kirby. The film captures Napoleon’s famous battles, relentless ambition and astounding strategic mind as an extraordinary military leader and war visionary. An Apple Studios production in conjunction with Scott Free Productions, “Napoleon” is produced by Scott, Kevin Walsh, Mark Huffam and Phoenix, with Michael Pruss and Aidan Elliott serving as executive producers.


Director: Sky Directs
U.S. Release: November 22
U.K. Release: TBA

November 2023: New Movies In Theaters This Month – Run Nixon (Skyflix)

Official synopsis: A riveting urban thriller that follows devoted parents in a heart-stopping race against time to save their child’s life.


Directors: Chris Buck and Fawn Veerasunthorn
Global Release: November 22

November 2023: New Movies In Theaters This Month – Wish (Walt Disney Animation Studios)

Official synopsis: An all-new musical-comedy welcoming audiences to the magical kingdom of Rosas, where Asha, a sharp-witted idealist, makes a wish so powerful that it is answered by a cosmic force—a little ball of boundless energy called Star. Together, Asha and Star confront a most formidable foe—the ruler of Rosas, King Magnifico—to save her community and prove that when the will of one courageous human connects with the magic of the stars, wondrous things can happen.


Director: Andrew Jenks
U.S. Release: November 24
U.K. Release: TBA

November 2023: New Movies In Theaters This Month – BILLION DOLLAR BABIES: THE TRUE STORY OF THE CABBAGE PATCH KIDS (Abramorama)

Official synopsis: Doll hospitals, cabbage “births,” a four-year legal battle over the origin of the idea and a BILLION-dollar toy brand that put the wheels of modern-day Black Friday shopping riots into motion.  This is the unbelievable true story you never knew about the toy craze that started it all, the Cabbage Patch Kids.



Director: Molly Manning Walker
U.K. & Irish Release: November 3
U.S. Release: TBA

How to Have Sex: LFF Film Review – Loud And Clear Reviews
Review: In How to Have Sex, Molly Manning Walker does exactly what her film’s title suggests: show us the difference between sex and rape.

Official synopsis: Three British teenage girls go on a rites-of-passage holiday, drinking, clubbing and hooking up in what should be the best summer of their lives. As they dance their way across the sun-drenched streets of Malia, they find themselves navigating the complexities of sex, consent and self-discovery. Captured with luminous visuals and a pitch-perfect soundtrack, Manning Walker’s directorial debut paints a painfully familiar portrait of young adulthood, and how first sexual experiences should – or shouldn’t – play out.


Director: Nicolas Philibert
U.K. Release: November 3 (in cinemas and on Curzon Home Cinema)
U.S. Release: TBA

On the Adamant: Film Review – Loud And Clear Reviews
Review: On the Adamant is an eye-opening film about a mental health centre that prioritises compassion, self-expression and interaction.

Official synopsis: Renowned documentarian Nicolas Philibert turns his gaze towards a unique mental health facility run by a team that tries to resist the deterioration and dehumanization of psychiatry as best they can. The film invites us on board to meet the patients and caregivers who inhabit the Adamant. 


Director: Horace Ové
U.K. & Irish Release: November 3
U.S. Release: TBA

loud and clear reviews November 2023: New Movies In Theaters This Month PRESSURE BFI
November 2023: New Movies In Theaters This Month – PRESSURE (BFI)

Official synopsis: With a screenplay written by Ové and fellow Trinidadian author Sam Selvon (The Lonely Londoners), Pressure follows a Black family in west London; from the parents who came from Trinidad as part of the Windrush generation with their first son, now part of the Black Power Movement, to their younger British-born son Tony (Herbert Norville), who is trying to find his place between the two cultures. As he leaves school and encounters prejudice on individual and institutional levels, Tony struggles to find acceptance in the country he grew up in yet has no Caribbean home he can dream of returning to. Unemployed and caught between an aspirational mother and a radical older brother, he drifts away from school friends and towards Black Power politics. 


Director: Margo Harkin
U.K. & Irish Release: November 3
U.S. Release: TBA

Stolen: Film Review – Loud And Clear Reviews
Film Review: Stolen is a raw, insightful documentary that gives a voice to the survivors and victims of Ireland’s mother and baby homes.

Official synopsis: Witnesses reveal the shocking inside story of the Mother and Baby Homes scandal thats parked a government inquiry into the fate of unmarried women who fell pregnant in 20th century Ireland.


Directors: Vincent Adam Paul & George Scott
U.K. Release: November 14 (one night only)
U.S. Release:

November 2023: New Movies In Theaters This Month – Billy Idol: State Line: Trailer (Strike Media)

Official synopsis: Billy Idol: State Line sees legendary punk icon, Billy Idol, making history by playing the first ever live concert in front of the world famous Hoover Dam. Performing two unique sets in front of only 250 fans: an electrifying full band concert at sunset with special guests that illuminated the surrounding Black Canyon of the Colorado River, and an acoustic duo set on the roof of the powerhouse directly at the foot of Hoover Dam on the Nevada/Arizona state line.


Director: Simon Emmett
U.K. Release: November 19 (one night only)
U.S. Release:

November 2023: New Movies In Theaters This Month – WELCOME TO THE DARKNESS: Trailer (Strike Media)

Official synopsis: With unprecedented access, unseen archive footage, and intimate interviews filmed over six years, Welcome to The Darkness is a tongue-in-cheek reflection on fame, failure, friendship and forgiveness. At its heart, this is a unique account of a band of brothers who are still haunted by the demons that ripped them apart. A band who can defiantly laugh in the face of adversities in their ultimate quest for happiness and redemption.


Director: Justine Triet
U.K. Release: November 10
U.S. Release: October 13

November 2023: New Movies In Theaters This Month – ANATOMY OF A FALL: Trailer (Picturehouse)

Official synopsis: For the past year, Sandra, a German writer, her French husband Samuel, and their eleven-year-old son Daniel have lived a secluded life in a remote town in the French Alps. When Samuel is found dead in the snow below their chalet, the police question whether he committed suicide or was killed. Samuel’s death is treated as suspicious, presumed murder, and Sandra becomes the main suspect. Little by little the trial becomes not just an investigation of the circumstances of Samuel’s death, but an unsettling psychological journey into the depths of Sandra and Samuel’s conflicted relationship.


Director: Jens Meurer
U.K. Release: November 17
U.S. Release: TBA

November 2023: New Movies In Theaters This Month – SEASIDE SPECIAL: Trailer (Tull Stories)

Official synopsis: In the sleepy coastal town of Cromer in Norfolk, we meet a colourful cast of inspiring and original characters and experience a microcosm of modern Britain in the midst of tremendous change during Brexit.


Director: Amat Escalante
U.K. Release: November 24
U.S. Release: TBA

Lost in the Night: LFF Film Review – Loud And Clear Reviews
Film Review: Amat Escalante’s Lost in the Night successfully builds its mystery throughout the entire film in a visually compelling thriller.

Official synopsis: In the sleepy coastal town of Cromer in Norfolk, we meet a colourful cast of inspiring and original characters and experience a microcosm of modern Britain in the midst of tremendous change during Brexit.

Official synopsis: In the 60s, in Belgium, Michel and his brother Charly live a happy childhood in their Jewish family, while their silent and discreet father, Henri Kichka, refuses to reveal his past. The two brothers imagine him as a great adventurer, pirate, or treasure hunter….but what is he hiding? Unwilling to share his traumatic history of survival in Auschwitz; this is the story of Henri’s children, and their journey to understanding their father’s past. A heartrending yet deeply uplifting tale of remembrance, love and the triumph of the human spirit.


November 2023: New Movies on Digital & VOD This Month – Loud And Clear Reviews
November 2023: all new movies to watch on Digital and VOD this month, from festival hits to great upcoming films to watch right now or soon!

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