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The Best Mystery and Thriller Movies Coming to Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon Prime Video This November

Get ready for the fall with stone-cold killers and gripping thrillers.

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The major streaming services are bringing a slew of action-packed and suspenseful mystery and thriller movies to their platforms this November. With many films centered on crime and espionage, the month is filled with high-speed chases, fights, shootouts, and explosions—not to mention some carefully crafted conspiracies. 

From the James Bond classics arriving on Hulu to newer films like The Beast and Most Wanted coming to Netflix and Amazon Prime Video, respectively, there are a range of options available for mystery and thriller fans. Prepare your popcorn and get ready to enjoy the best mystery and thriller movies on Netflix, Hulu and Amazon Prime Video this November.


Ocean’s Eleven (November 1)

Fast-paced and clever, Ocean’s Eleven follows a group of international thieves who have come together to pull off a heist unlike any other. With a star-studded cast that includes George Clooney, Brad Pitt, Julia Roberts, and Matt Damon, Ocean’s Eleven remains lively and entertaining, even if you’ve seen it before.

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V for Vendetta (November 15)

Set in a dystopian future, this thriller follows an anarchist known only as "V." In a series of elaborate acts designed to spark a revolution, V and a young British woman must evade the oppressive government and its cunning agents. 

The Beast (November 27)

After his daughter’s kidnapping, a retired soldier sets out to find her. But the man’s mission to rescue his young daughter is jeopardized when authorities begin to suspect that he's the one responsible for the abduction.  

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The 2nd (November 30)

When a well-trained and well-equipped team moves in to take the daughter of a Supreme Court Justice hostage, a green beret intervenes, and a high-intensity game of cat and mouse ensues.

Rust Creek (November 30)

After a road trip detour leads her stranded in an unfamiliar forest, Sawyer crosses paths with a pair of brothers who are notorious for their criminal activities. When the brothers consider her a threat, Sawyer must use all her wits and will power to escape the woods alive.


Kiss The Girls (November 1)

Based on the James Patterson novel of the same name, Kiss the Girls is a gripping mystery. Forensic pathologist Alex Cross sets out to find the man who has been abducting young women and keeping them captive, with the help of one of the man's former victims. 

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Wanted (November 1)

Upon discovering that his late father was a world-class assassin, Wesley joins a secret fraternity and trains to follow in his father's footsteps in this fast-paced action thriller.

From Russia With Love (November 1)

Not sure what to watch? You can never go wrong with a classic James Bond movie. In the iconic film From Russia with Love, Bond (Sean Connery) is sent on a mission to convince a beautiful young Soviet woman to defect. But espionage is a messy game, and his international enemies have set up an elaborate plot to kill him.

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Along with From Russia with Love, Hulu is acquiring many other Bond movies in November, including License to Kill, The Man with the Golden Gun, and Thunderball. Grab a seat to watch 007 save the world time and time again.

The Bourne Identity (November 1)

After amnesia leaves him without his memory, trained killer Jason Bourne tries to rediscover who he is. But his quest is made all the more difficult when he's pursued by hitmen in this action-packed thriller filled with high-speed chases and all-out fights. 

If you're on the hunt for more Jason Bourne after watching The Bourne Identity, you're in luck. The next two movies, The Bourne Supremacy and The Bourne Ultimatum, are also coming to Hulu on November 1st.

Dead Presidents (November 1)

In a crime thriller that follows a young man from high school through his time in Vietnam and back to the Bronx, Dead Presidents tells the gritty story of an armored truck heist.

The Big Ugly (November 29)

A newer release, The Big Ugly tells of a British man who goes to West Virginia to set up a money laundering scheme. But when his girlfriend goes missing and eventually turns up dead, he sets out to avenge her instead.

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Amazon Prime Video

Ronin (November 1)

In this explosive spy thriller, a team of ex-agents are put together to steal a valuable suitcase, leaving a trail of destruction in their wake.

The Taking of Pelham 123 (November 1)

A man hijacks a New York City subway train and negotiates with a train dispatcher to ransom the city. Starring John Travolta and Denzel Washington, this 2009 remake of a 1974 film is gripping and intense.

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Déjà Vu (November 1)

A man with the ability to go back in time attempts to stop a terrorist attack leveled at New Orleans and save the woman he loves in this mind-bending movie. 

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The Expendables (November 1)

Sent to topple a dictator in Latin America, a band of mercenaries realizes that their action-packed mission will be a challenge unlike any other. The Expendables 2 and The Expendables 3 are also coming to Amazon Prime Video on November 1st, if you just can't get enough.

Most Wanted (November 21)

A Canadian journalist investigates the arrest of a Canadian citizen in Thailand, and discovers connections to a wider conspiracy that goes all the way up to the ranks of the Canadian Security Intelligence Service. 

This film will be available on Amazon Prime Video on November 21, but you can stream it on demand now.

Featured still from "Most Wanted" via Saban Films