It’s that spooky time of the year again! Bet we have an exciting lineup of bloody and cringe-worthy movies that would definitely require the lights to stay off.
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Here are our top movies for the upcoming spooky season.
1. Ile Owo(House of Money)
This insanely scary movie would have you thinking about it even after Halloween. the film was directed by Dare Olaitan and stars a plethora of talent including; Immaculata Oko Kasum, Bisola Aiyeola, Efa Iwara, Tina Mba and Akin Lewis. The movie tells a story about a beautiful yet naive young woman who falls in love with a mysterious man who harbours a terrifying secret of centuries-long immortality rituals. The movie however is a great fit for gal pals who are into dark, mysterious men.
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2. The Mystic River
The Roger’s Ofime directed series, tells the chilling story of a doctor who sets out to uncover the horrifying mystery behind the disappearances of pregnant women in a certain particular village. The horror series which features Jide Kosoko, Dele Odule and Lota Chukwu is sure to keep you on the edge of your seat.
3. Nneka The Pretty Serpent
If you are a fan of movies like Snakes on the Plane or Anaconda then this legendary classic reboot is the perfect pick for you. Directed by Tosin Igho, the film is a reboot of the popular 90’s film of the same name and stars Idia Aisien, Bovi, Kenneth Okolie, Shaffy Bello, Waje and Chioma Chuwuka amongst others. The film tells the story of a young woman who, in her quest to avenge her parents’ mysterious death gets possessed by a serpent and unleashes chaos on her enemies. Do make sure the lights stay on when watching!
4. Living In Bondage: Breaking Free
If you enjoyed the 90’s cult classic Living in Bondage, you would definitely enjoy its acclaimed rebooted sequel. The film which was directed by Nollywood veteran Ramsey Nouah, focuses on the main protagonist’s son who like his father, sold his soul to the devil in a quest for riches and wealth not anticipating what it would cost him to fulfill his end of the bargain.
5. The Origin: Madame Koi Koi
Saving the best for the last! the long-anticipated Netflix blood-curdling two-part film which debuts on October 31st has got everyone talking. Madame Koi Koi spookily explores the origin of a popular dark tale about an evil woman who haunts and terrorizes boarding schools. The film features an outstanding cast of notable talents including Iretiola Doyle, Chioma Chuwuka, Deyemi Okanlawon, Baaj Adebule, Martha Ehinome and Omowunmi Dada. If you ever studied in a boarding school, you can totally relate to this movie.
These are our top movies that would definitely you get to have an insanely twisted Halloween!