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6 Nigerian Movies To Look Out For This September

6 Nigerian Movies To Look Out For This September 

We have excitedly anticipated a tonne of films this month, so we want you to get your calendar ready now that they are almost here.

Not only should we keep an eye out for Nigerian stories on streaming services, but also in our local movie theatres.

The following Nollywood movies will be released this month:


In the touching family drama Strained, the difficulties of love, forgiveness, and reconciliation are examined. As the wife struggles to accept a past injury she experienced, we follow the lives of a couple who have just welcomed their first child.

Queen Nwokoye, Tracey George, Padita Agu, Adaeze Onuigbo, and Sam Sunny all appear in the Okey Oku movie.

The movie Strained will make its debut in cinemas on September 1, 2023.

A Bag Of Trouble

We are still anticipating A Bag of Trouble despite a theatrical deferral from August 18, 2023, to this month.

A Bag of Trouble, directed and written by Mazi Chimex and produced by Collis T. Miller, depicts the psychological journey of a young guy whose life comes to an abrupt halt after receiving a symbol of appreciation from a powerful politician.

The film stars a large number of actors, including Broda Shaggi, Sabinus, Jide Kosoko, Hafiz Oyetoro, and Bimbo Oshin.

On September 1, 2023, A Bag of Trouble will make its debut.

Mami Wata

A black-and-white version of a West African folktale appears in the C.J. “Fiery” Obasi movie.

Produced by Oge Obasi, Mami Wata tells the tale of a community that becomes in danger when problems arise with the middleman, who serves as an intermediary between the people and the all-powerful water deity Mami Wata.

Kelechi Udegede, Evelyne Ily Juhen, Uzoamaka Aniunoh, Emeka Amakeze, Rita Edochie, and Tough Bone are featured in the movie.

The movie Mami Wata will debut in cinemas on September 8, 2023.


The principal parts will be played by separated lovers Gabriel Afolayan and Ivia Okujaye, who must contend with the difficulties of migration.

Robb Hudspeth, Ayo Kosh, and Joseph Benjamin will feature in the film Kanaani directed by Tola Olatunji and written by Tunde Apalowo. The story of two star-crossed lovers and their unwavering love, which is put to the ultimate test, is set in a small fishing village in Edo State.

On September 15, 2023, Kanaani will make its debut.

A Weekend To Forget

A Weekend To Forget, the newest book from Inkblot, will take us on a trip through the lives of seven people who experience an unforgettable weekend.

Daniel Etim-Effiong, Ini Dima-Okojie, Stan Nze, Erica Nlewedim, and current BBNaija All Stars housemate Neo Akpofure are just a few of the notable actors who will be starring in the movie.

With this movie, Damola Ademola makes his directorial debut. The documentary addresses the dark aspects of the human psyche as well as the consequences that frequently follow pursuing your deepest ambitions.

On September 22, 2023, A Weekend To Forget will be released in cinemas.

The Black Book

Even with its impending publication date, Editi Effiong’s eagerly awaited crime thriller The Black Book seems so far away.

When a band of dishonest police officers kills a man’s only son and he starts looking for revenge, the feature film explores old grudges that come to the surface.

In this movie, Richard Mofe-Damijo, will return as the lead, along with Denola Grey, who will play his son. Ade Laoye, Sam Dede, Alex Usifo Omiagbo, Olumide Oworu, Shaffy Bello, Ireti Doyle, Taiwo Ajayi Lycett, Ikechukwu Onunaku, Patric Doyle, Bimbo Manuel Femi Branch, Kelechi Udegbe, and Nobert Young are also anticipated.

On September 22, 2023, The Black Book will be available on Netflix.

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