Author: Fridous Adetutu

There is a high possibility that the writer, producer and co-director of Devil in Agbada, Chinneylove Eze, is an avid fan of Hollywood action movies or maybe she is a fan of Charlie’s Angels and just couldn’t refrain from making a movie about three badass women who are fighting for justice. Devil in Agbada opens with some armed men forcing a man to sign some documents whilst his wife is held at gunpoint, an unpleasant encounter which their daughter (Linda Osifo) witnesses and watches helplessly as her parents are killed by these armed men. In the same vein, Tomi (Erica…

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Amidst the mountain of books that I had in front of me back in secondary school, I can remember how I sweated profusely, looking for R.L. Stine’s books. During that period, I read over 30 R.L. Stine books, minus the “Goosebump” series, among which my favourite is the trilogy––”The Betrayal”, “The Secret” and “The Burning”, which covers the generational feud between two families, the Fier and the Goode. So, when I heard an adaptation of the famous R.L. Stine’s horror book series will be on Netflix, I guess you can picture my excitement. One of the killers of Shadyside, ‘Skullface’Image…

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Lockdown is a new comedy-drama directed by Moses Inwang. The movie follows the story of different strangers with separate agendas, but similar urgency, locked down in a hospital due to the admittance of a foreign visitor with a contagious disease in that same hospital. All these strangers have urgent matters to attend to inside and outside the hospital. An unforeseen contingency lands a groom (Ben Touitou) and his best man (Jidekene Achufusi), in a hospital; a young lady (Ini Dinma Okojie), has an interview but needs a quick medical checkup; Tony Umez, plays the role of a delivery man who…

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