Here are all of the must-watch movies coming to cinemas in October 2 months ago

Here are all of the must-watch movies coming to cinemas in October

Eighteen - EIGHTEEN!! - huge movies to choose from in October.

As to be expected, October is bringing us loads of new spooky movies to get us in the mood for Halloween.

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But there are also rom-coms, Oscar-magnets, superhero action epics and loads more to come through the month.

Starting with...

THE WOMAN KING - 7 Oct

Viola Davis headlines this impressive historical action epic set in 19th century, centring around the all-female warrior clan in the nation of Dahomey, and how they tried to turn the tide of slavery set in place by the Americans and Europeans.

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VICKY - 7 Oct

A feature-length documentary tellings the story of Vicky Phelan and how she helped to uncover one of the biggest medical scandals in Irish history.

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NOTHING COMPARES - 7 Oct

Sinead O'Connor is at the core of this documentary, charting her rise and fall in the eye of popular music, and how she was represented by media throughout the years.

VENGEANCE - 7 Oct

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A comedy-thriller involving a podcast host (The US Office's BJ Novak) who gets too involved in the investigations into the death of his ex-girlfriend.

AMSTERDAM - 7 Oct

Oscar-nominated director David O. Russell (Silver Linings Playbook, American Hustle) amasses a hugely impressive cast - Christian Bale, Margot Robbie, John David Washington, Chris Rock, Anya Taylor-Joy, Zoe Saldaña, Mike Myers, Michael Shannon, Timothy Olyphant, Andrea Riseborough, Taylor Swift, Matthias Schoenaerts, Alessandro Nivola, Rami Malek, and Robert De Niro - for this true-life murder mystery.

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HALLOWEEN ENDS - 14 Oct

All these decades later, it comes to this. The final face-off between Laurie Strode (Jamie Lee Curtis) and Michael Myers.

EMILY - 14 Oct

Acclaimed actor Frances O’Connor makes her directorial debut with this biopic of much-loved author Emily Bronte, here played by Emma Mackey. Early word has been nothing short of spectacular.

LYLE, LYLE, CROCODILE - 14 Oct

The songwriters behind The Greatest Showman help to adapt this children's book about a crocodile (voiced by Shawn Mendes) who loves to sing, and the family he moves in with.

THE GOOD NURSE - 19 Oct

Getting a limited cinema run before coming to Netflix the following week, this medical thriller is based on the true story of a nurse (Eddie Redmayne) who may be killing his patients of purpose, and his colleague (Jessica Chastain) who discovers his dark secret.

THE BANSHEES OF INISHERIN - 21 Oct

It is an In Bruges reunion, as the writer/director of that hit dark comedy brings back Colin Farrell and Brendan Gleeson for this tale about two best friends who have the ultimate falling out.

BLACK ADAM - 21 Oct

The Rock joins the DC Universe as the only superhero potentially powerful enough to take on Superman. He's an ancient creation who wants to take revenge on those who have imprisoned him for thousands of years. Co-stars our own Pierce Bronsan!

DECISION TO LEAVE - 21 Oct

The director of Oldboy and The Handmaiden turns towards romantic mystery in his new movie. A detective investigating the death of a man finds himself beginning to have feelings for the dead man's wife.

MY POLICEMAN - 21 Oct

The second Harry Styles-starring movie in as many months. Here he plays the gay lover at the centre of a very complicated love triangle. It will have a limited cinematic release before arriving on Prime Video a few weeks later.

BROS - 28 Oct

Billy Eichner writes, produces and stars in this romantic comedy about a long-term single gay man who may have just found the love of his life... despite not actually wanting a relationship at all. From the director of I Love You Man and Forgetting Sarah Marshall.

BARBARIAN - 28 Oct

Already one of the most-talked-about horror movies of recent years. A young woman (Georgina Campbell) discovers that the rental home she's booked for the weekend is double booked with another tenant (Bill Skarsgård), which begins her nightmarish journey into terror.

UNWELCOME - 28 Oct

The director of Grabbers returns to his Irish horror-comedy roots, with a young couple buying a new home in the Irish countryside, only to discover that there are mysterious creatures living at the foot of their garden.

TRIANGLE OF SADNESS - 28 Oct

Winner of the Palme D'Or at Cannes this year, Woody Harrelson plays the captain of a luxury cruise ship for the super-rich, which sinks and leaves survivors trapped on an island.

PREY FOR THE DEVIL - 28 Oct

As the Church attempts to battle a rise in possession around the globe by opening more schools for exorcism, one new recruit finds her past is directly linked to a new case.