Check Out These 3 Nigerian Horror Movies Perfect For The Halloween Season
Although here in Nigeria we do not celebrate the Halloween season, the Nigerian film industry has, over time, given us horror stories to enjoy.
Halloween is a period to commemorate the day before the feast of All Saints in Western Christianity. It also marks the beginning of Allhallowtide, a three-day period that ends on All Souls’ Day.
Ile Owo, a horror film about a mysterious family, opened in theaters on June 24, 2022.
The story, which is produced by Kayode Kasum, centers on a young nurse who experiences bad luck in love until she meets a dashing billionaire who turns out to have some dark, dark secrets.
Tina Mba, Akin Lewis, Efa Iwara, Mofe Duncan, Sophie Alakija, Demola Adedoyin, Temisan Emmanuel, Bukunmi Adeaga, Immaculata Oko-Kasum, and Osarehia Oronsaye are among the cast members under the direction of Dare Olaitan.
Netflix is currently offering Ile Owo for streaming.
Juju Stories, a film produced by Oge Obasi and Francis Nebot, tells three distinct tales about the idea of juju (black magic) in modern-day Lagos, Nigeria.
The story is referred to as an anthology film, and it is directed by CJ Fiery Obasi, Abba Makama, and Michael Omonua.
Although the three tales are distinct from one another, the common thread of juju unites them all. In the first, “Suffer the Witch,” written by Obasi, a young college student catches the attention of her crush, but friendship and love quickly become fixations. The second is “Love Potion” by Omonua, an unmarried woman who consents to use juju to find herself an ideal mate. The third is “Yam” by Makama, a roadside beggar who picks up some random cash on the street and must now face the consequences.
The film stars Emeka Amakeze, Paul Utomi, Timini Egbuson, Adebukola Oladipupo, Uzoamaka Aniunoh, Michael Ejoor, Nengi Adoki, Belinda Yanga Agedah, Elvis Poko, and Don Ekwuazi
Juju Stories is currently available on Prime Video.
The Origin: Madam Koi Koi
The Origin: Madam Koi Koi, which debuted on Netflix on October 31, 2023, has everyone talking about the mystery it uncovers. The film, which was co-written by Dale Falola and Jay Franklyn Jituboh, tells the tale of a wicked spirit that, after being forgotten for decades, reawakens to seek vengeance and for which the community now must pay the ultimate price.
Two inspectors, played by Deyemi Okanlawon and Baaj Adebule, are perplexed by the deaths of three people in the town. They set out to investigate and quickly became entangled in the drama.
The cast, which includes Ireti Doyle as the school administrator, Chukwuka Jude, Martha Ehinome, Nene Aliemeke, Tolulope Odebunmi, Omowunmi Dada, Ejiro Onojaife, Chuks Joseph, Kevin T. Solomon, Temidayo Akinboro, Iremide Adeoye, and Racheal Emem Issac, is directed by Jituboh and co-produced by Jituboh and Michael W. Ndiomu.
You can watch it on Netflix, but before you go through Madam Koi Koi’s tunnel, make sure to grab some popcorn.
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