If you're planning a weekend cinema trip there's plenty to choose from as a load of intriguing titles are coming out on Friday.
From documentaries about Conor McGregor and an Irish Holocaust survivor to a much-anticipated thrilling starring Colin Farrell and Barry Keoghan we're spoiled for choice.
Conor McGregor: Notorious
Delve into the world of arguably the most famous Irish person in the world right now with this behind-the-scenes look at the incredible rise of Crumlin's finest.
Some good behind the scenes footage last night in the #notorious film! Things nobody would have known but his camp ! Its a must see !
— keith buckley (@bloodbuckley66) November 2, 2017
The Killing Of A Sacred Deer
Plenty of Irish interest in this dark thriller as Colin Farrell plays a brilliant surgeon thrust into the life of troubled teen Barry Keoghan. It's been getting rave reviews and Keoghan's star is rising with every outstanding performance.
Murder On The Orient Express
Based on the acclaimed Agatha Christie mystery novel, Kenneth Branagh leads an all-star cast which also features Johnny Depp, Penélope Cruz, Judi Dench and Michelle Pfeiffer.
Lads, expect to come out with some serious moustache envy.
Condemned To Remember
An engrossing documentary about Irish Holocaust survivor Tomi Reichental which tackles how the current wave of racism across Europe could lead to dire consequences.
A Bad Moms Christmas
Fair enough, the reviews of this festive sequel aren't going to set the world alight but if you're already trying to get into the Christmas spirit you might as well head along and give it a bash.