The Invisible Man has jumped to the top of the billing in this, it's third week in the UK film charts.
The thriller, released earlier this year, starred Elizabeth Moss in the leading role and was made on a shoestring budget of just $7m. It received largely positive reviews from critics, with a current rating of 91% of review site Rotten Tomatoes.
This week's film chart includes two newcomers in at #9 and #10: comedy-drama Military Wives and horror Fantasy Island .
Military Wives, starring Sharon Horgan and Kristin Scott-Thomas, follows the real-life story of a group of women whose husband's are away serving in Afghanistan.
Together, they form a choir that tours the globe earning a Christmas #1 single in 2011, as well as a #1 album on Mother's Day in the following year.
As well as finding themselves at the centre of a media phenomenon, the girls also use their unique friendships to help overcome the fears they have for their loved ones.
Fantasy Island, meanwhile, was designed as a modern thriller-style reimagining
of the popular 1970s TV show of the same name. Guests are invited to Mr Roarke's island to make their dreams come true - but those dreams quickly descend into a nightmare as the group fight for their lives to escape the resort.
While managing to break into this week's Top 10, the film didn't go down well with critics. Audience responses, however, tend to be split with many saying it exceeded their personal expectations.
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The UK charts is made up of a combination of digital downloads and hard-copy sales. You can check out the top 40 in its entirety here.