Considering the likes of Stormy Seas, Secrets Of The Moment, The Spell, The Stranger, The Planting and the very recent House On Fire, one would see that Gloria Bamiloye has a thing for creating movies and TV series based on the home and everything between. Here she is again with a brand new TV series, Family… Continue reading DVD REVIEWS: FAMILY NEXT DOOR 1 HAS A MESSAGE, IS ENTERTAINING AND SETS THE PACE FOR THE SERIES
At the recently held second edition of 2017 drama minister’s power night, Mount Zion’s latest movie, Stalker was premiered. In my review of Haunted (read haunted review here), I talked about the similarity between Haunting Shadows and Haunted. Well, Stalker makes it three. All three movies are similar in that dark elements of the past… Continue reading PREMIERE REVIEWS: STALKER IS WITTY, DEEP AND RINGS WITH TRUTH
On the 10th of March, 2017 the first edition of the 2017 drama ministers power night took place and as it’s customary a new Mount Zion movie was premiered, this time it was Life Of The Billows. What the title directly suggest is the billows of life, while that holds this movie is also titled… Continue reading PREMIERE REVIEWS- Life Of The Billows is a pertinent and timely message.
I’ve heard people ask questions like, ‘Shebi the Bamiloyes have three children, the guys are stunting how far with the girl now?’ Even I have often wondered and hoped that someday soon Darasimi Bamiloye would take up a role or something. But once I saw her spoken word pieces -the obvious spirit move and another… Continue reading HAUNTED IS A SUCCINT THRILLER AND A GREAT DEBUT FOR DARASIMI BAMILOYE
Most people see Nigerian Christain movies as dreary, unrealistic, stories you can’t relate to, usually acted and produced with ineptitude, however most recent Mount Zion Faith Int’l movies amongst some others stand to debunk this fib. Here’s the review of a movie that’s quality by all standards and yet laden with deep spiritual messages from… Continue reading MOVIE REVIEW; DAMILOLA MIKE-BAMILOYE’S ‘THE MANAGER’ IS A MOVIE EVERYONE SHOULD SEE