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  • What About Us: An Exploration of Modern Marital Issues
    What About Us: An Exploration of Modern Marital Issues
    What About Us? Inspired by Pastor Emmanuel Iren, it has sparked considerable interest and discussion among social media scrutinizers and netizens alike
  • ‘The Beads’: An Intriguing Time Loop Drama
    ‘The Beads’: An Intriguing Time Loop Drama
    The Beads’ just hit Prime Video and arrived with little promotion—a trend that’s become all too common on the platform.
  • Voltage: It’s Hard to See The Plot With The Lights Off
    Voltage: It’s Hard to See The Plot With The Lights Off
    There’s something about Voltage that doesn’t sit right. On the surface, it seems like a commendable attempt to address corruption in Nigeria’s power sector
  • ‘A Song From The Dark’: Another Horror That Fails To Scare
    ‘A Song From The Dark’: Another Horror That Fails To Scare
    A song from the dark popped up on our radar right before its release, sparing us the long wait filled with anticipation.
  • Alaye: A Perpetual Paradox of Star Power Overshadowing Quality
    Alaye: A Perpetual Paradox of Star Power Overshadowing Quality
    When Alaye was released, it was surprising to see it trending as the number one film in Nigeria on Prime
  • “Beast of Two Worlds”: The Tale of a Beast Trapped in a Socio-cultural Cage
    “Beast of Two Worlds”: The Tale of a Beast Trapped in a Socio-cultural Cage
    The thing about Beast of Two Worlds is that, while promising and innovative, it ultimately delivers a familiar storyline. From a Yoruba socio-cultural perspective
  • ‘Oloture: The Journey’ – Another Dull Sequel That Never Arrives
    ‘Oloture: The Journey’ – Another Dull Sequel That Never Arrives
    After much anticipation, the sequel to the 2020 Ebony Life Studios and Netflix collaboration, ‘Oloture,’ finally hit Netflix.
  • Offshoot: Strong Performances Marred By An Underdeveloped Protagonist
    Offshoot: Strong Performances Marred By An Underdeveloped Protagonist
    Offshoot presents a compelling narrative centered around Modesire, who navigates the complex landscape of Nigeria’s drug issues
  • The Interrogation of Lotanna: A Subtle Thriller Boosted By Compelling Performances
    The Interrogation of Lotanna: A Subtle Thriller Boosted By Compelling Performances
    The interrogation of Lotanna is a story that delves into loyalty, especially under extreme pressure. It also touches on betrayal, both potential and perceived.
  • Shina: An Unthrilling Bumpy Ride Plagued By Plot Holes
    Shina: An Unthrilling Bumpy Ride Plagued By Plot Holes
    Shina highlights the perilous intersection of personal desperation and satirizes Nigeria’s chaotic political landscape. The film explores themes of loyalty