5 Scariest Nigerian Horror Movies To Make Your Halloween Day Spooky

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Top 5 Scariest Nigerian Movies: Nollywood Horror Movies To Make Your Halloween Day Creepier

By Okay Africa

Nollywood takes horror to whole other level, of course.
There are few things in this world more mindlessly entertaining than a Nollywood film.  Add horror into the mix and you’re in for a spooky—often unintentionally—funny viewing experience, replete with references to juju, low-budget special effects portraying demonic spirits, and intensely hyperbolic performances.

What’s even better about Nollywood horror films, all shenanigans aside, is that sometimes, they can actually scary—just ask any Nigerian child growing up in the late 90s and early 2000s—often considered the heyday of the genre—who was brave enough to watch.

Nollywood horror films encompass all that’s unique about the Nigerian film industry, wrapped into cynical cinematic treats. With today being Halloween, it’s the perfect occasion to indulge.

From recent titles to occultic-themed classics, here are 6 Nollywood titles available on Youtube for your viewing pleasure.

2 thoughts on “5 Scariest Nigerian Horror Movies To Make Your Halloween Day Spooky

  1. we dont celebrate halloween ,such fetish irish culture that spread to the western world .lets face our tradition and let them booroow it if they wish..enough of copy copy..very soon we shall start online,sales ..jumia and co participating in black friday,,,even the kwanzaa celebrated by blacks in the states are not even celebrated in afrca on dec 26..always playing second fiddle in anything.

  2. Iron bar, the thing tire me o! I don’t know why Nigeria is crazy about American culture, we trash ours then adopt more horrible nonsense from “these” folks. Everywhere you go in Nigeria you will see idiots wearing American flag clothing, what is it with this foolish fad?

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