5 Old Nollywood Classics You Probably Didn’t Know Are on Showmax
“There is just something about early 2000s movies. The days of sepia colors, effortlessly hilarious scenes, and Y2K fashion,” says Showmax. As a result, the service has collated five “classic Nollys” to satisfy the longings of persons with nostalgia for the old Nollywood.
Check out this list to rewatch some of the best 2000s Nollywood movies available to stream on Showmax:
You know things are about to get deep when you hear titles like Billionaires Club. It’s chopping and spending the money time with the real OGs like Pete Edochie, Patience Ozokwor, Sola Sobowale, Tony Umez, Afam Okereke, and other stars.
The movie involves a secret society of men who use occultic powers to manipulate people and make blood money.
Vintage Nollywood at its finest!
End of Billionaires Club
Old Nollywood was very notorious for titles and soundtracks that gave away the plotlines, but we still watched them anyway.
As one can tell from the title of this movie, it’s the end of the road for our famous billionaires. The secret society of these men (played by Pete Edochie, Tony Umez, Afam Okereke, and others) use occult powers to manipulate people and make money.
Their secrets get exposed, and they meet their doom when the spirit of one of their victims comes haunting them for vengeance.
All in a day’s work!
Five friends venture into the journey of wealth. Now they have the money, but they don’t want to die.
Watch Clem Ohaneze, Kanayo O. Kanayo, Tony Umez, and Afam Okereke run Nigeria’s capital city while running away from death.
While running from his town, David crosses paths with Reverend Czar who accepted him in. After a while, he exposes that Reverend Czar uses charm to perform miracles.
Produced in 2008, His Holiness features Nkem Owoh, Charles Inojie, Amechi Muonagor, and others.
The OG baddies!
A group of wealthy women who experienced different forms of hardship and maltreatment from their husbands form the deadliest sorority in a bid to protect themselves against violence.
Produced by Dickson Iroegbu in 2005, the classic stars Joke Silva, Onyeka Onwenu, Rita Edochie, Bukky Ajayi, Bimbo Manuel, Zack Orji, and others.
Relive some of your favorite childhood memories with Nkem Owoh (Osuofia), Pete Edochie, Patience Ozokwor, Rita Edochie, Charles Inojie, and others.