Banji Lenz Productions presents something refreshing and bold, a Sci-Fi action movie – Sector Zero. For an industry like ours that is heavily focused on comedies and romantic movies, the Sci-Fi genre is highly welcome.
It is a new year we are here to talk about the Nollywood movies of 2018 we cannot wait to see.
2017 was an interesting year for the Nigerian Film Industry. There were breakout stars, social media comedians getting lead roles – Frank Donga in Hakkunde – and minor roles – Wofai Fada in Catch.Er and The Wedding Party. Read More
In 2015, Nollywood experienced something remarkable – The Wedding Party. A team of some of Nigeria elite film production companies assembled a cast of our favorite celebrities and gave them an interesting story to play with. Read More
If there is anything to pick off the King Tonto trailer is that Linda Ikeji is not playing around. She really wants the TV market to herself in 2018 and she will get it.
2017 has been a crazy year, with different trends, protests, agitations, political unrest across the world, but one thing that really stood out was the discussion on abuse on women – physically, sexually and domestically – and Omoye, an Uche Chukwu’s film, focuses on domestic violence. Read More
Linda Ikeji hopes to disrupt the Nigerian TV space in 2018 with a reality TV show – Oyinbo Wives of Lagos – unlike anything we have seen in Naija. I think this one is perfect for the lovers of the Kardashian series and Telemundo. Read More
A few hours ago, Omoni Oboli released the Wives on Strike: The Revolution trailer on YouTube and it was everything I hoped for. If you thought the prequel was funny, you are going to laugh your heart out on December 29 when The Revolution starts showing in cinemas nationwide. Read More
Sobi’s Mystic made me a fan of Biodun Stephen’s work, Picture Perfect took the fandom to a different level but Glimpse showed that Superman is sometimes Clark Kent.
Biodun’s ability to write a compelling, believable and enjoyable story is probably unrivaled in Nollywood right now. But there is more to a movie than its story, the acting, cinematography, directing and production all play key roles in making a movie more presentable and acceptable. Read More
In my review of The Friend Zone, I had talked briefly about my love for the low-budget movies shown on iROKOtv. Obsession, which premiered this past Friday on iROKOtv, follows a formula synonymous with movies shown on iROKOtv; low-budget production, great storyline and a fine mix of popular and unpopular talented actors. Read More