December promises an interesting lineup of movies in Nigeria.
On December 8th, Netflix will premiere “Blood Vessel,” a gripping tale about six young people who are on the run from the military. They board a ship, but they soon find themselves in perilous situations. The movie stars Alex Budin, Bimbo Manuel, Ebele Okaro, John Dumelo, Pere Egbi, Francis Duru, Rene Mena, Oyibo Rebel, Haillies Sumney, Katerina Ataman, and Alexa Iniye.
On December 14th, Showmax will release “Agu,” a six-part legal drama. The movie is about a murder case that ensnares three central characters. It stars Kanayo O Kanayo, Nonso Odogwu, and Ruby Okezie, Mofe Duncan, Tina Mba, Linda Ejiofor, Ireti Doyle, Ego Nwosu, Vine Olugu and Miracle Op
Ada Omo Daddy
“Ada Omo Daddy” will hit cinemas nationwide on the December 15th. Produced by Mercy Aigbe, the movie is about a cross-cultural love story. It stars Omowunmi Dada and Tayo Faniran as the lead. The campaign for this movie has been top-notch, and we hope its worth your view.
A Tribe Called Judah
On December 15th, “A Tribe Called Judah” will also hit cinemas nationwide. Produced and directed by Funke Akindele, the movie is about four brothers who commit a heist to save their mother.
Breath of Life
On December 15th, Prime Video will release “Breath of Life.” The movie is a faith-themed story set in 1950s Lagos. It follows the story of a man who has lost his sense of purpose until an encounter with a young man changes his life and destiny. It stars Wale Ojo, Tina Mba, Sambasa Nzeribe and a host of others.
On December 22nd, “Malaika” will hit cinemas nationwide. Toyin Abraham both produced and led the feature film Malaika. The movie delves into the struggles of a married couple facing issues that threaten to tear them apart. After years of yearning for a child, the wife voices her frustration and seeks answers to their predicament.
WAR: Wrath And Revenge
Later in December, “WAR: Wrath And Revenge” will be released. The movie is a spinoff from “Sons of the Caliphate.” It follows Nuhu Bula’s rise to governorship. The movie stars Rahama Sadau, Patrick Doyle, and Ayoola Ayolola.
There’s a movie for everyone to savor during the holiday season.