Forecasting social media trends for a specific year, like 2023, is difficult as trends are constantly changing and evolving. However, it is expected that social media usage in Nigeria will continue to grow as more and more people gain access to the internet and smartphones. Some potential trends that could […]
Anikulapo, which literally means “he who has death in his pouch”, is a period piece set probably in the mid-15th to 16th century in the kingdom of Oyo, at the onset of the slave trade with Portuguese sailing vessels that plied the coast of West Africa. Unlike his other 2014 period piece, October 1, Anikulapo is not historical but based on an Ifa literary corpus, “Idi Osun”, as narrated by the veteran storyteller and actor, Ifayemi Elebuibon, who also acted in the movie. Anikulapo is a tragedy. A reflection on the insatiable desires of man, betrayal and consequences.
It took me on a journey of pure humor even in the midst of a crime. I enjoyed the level of familiarity with the performances and their ability to string me along during the entire viewing process. It also highlights certain things that continually bug our society. The movie is purely satisfying.
While disclosing the development today, the Convener of the Convention, Ayodele Elegba, says “This 10th Edition will hence be officially called Lagos Comic Con Powered by Raptures.io”.
Award-winning creator Roye Okupe sat down with CBR to discuss diversity and representation in comics and his formation of YouNeek Studios.
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Amazon Prime Video has announced the launch of the localized version of its streaming service in Nigeria with the unveiling of a Crime Drama ‘Gangs Of Lagos’ and ‘LOL: Last One Laughing Naija’ as first Nigerian Amazon originals.
West Africa’s leading film production and distribution company, FilmOne Entertainment, has, through its media channels, revealed the role of its production collaborations in the successful recovery of the Nigerian box office in 2021, amongst other insights.
It reminds me of the folk stories and graphic descriptions of dominant witchcraft and marine kingdoms that are retold in many African villages. It might bring a little chill and shiver to your spine, just the right amount so you watch without closing your eyes.
Netflix removes a variety of movies and shows without alerting its users each month. However, the removal of Living in Bondage: Breaking Free, the sequel of the classic 1992 Nollywood movie directed by Ramsey Nouah came to its fans as a rude shock.