The Weekend Watchlist | Movies/Series To Watch This Weekend

The Weekend Watchlist | Movies/Series To Watch This Weekend

The weekend is underway, and in true Ynaija fashion, we are committed to helping you have the most relaxing time ever. With a blend of action thrillers, comedy, drama, and adventure, we’ve done the work, compiled the movies, and given you a list that will keep your weekend fun, entertaining, and engaging.

Our mantra is “no dull moment.”

So, here are ten movies/series you need to see this weekend.

  1. The Fall Guy
The Fall Guy

A talented stuntman decides to return to the business when a movie star mysteriously disappears. He soon finds himself amid the drama concerning the missing actor, which threatens his life.

  1. Blacksmith (Alagbede)

Mr Macaroni reminds the world that he is a true actor as he stars in this star-studded comedy film starring Gabriel Afolayan, Fathia Balogun, Jide Kosoko, Femi Adebayo, and many more.

  1. Monkey Man

Revenge is a dish best served cold or, in this case, best served bloody. A young man who takes a beating for some meagre earnings is forced to change as he seeks out a sinister group who took everything away from him.

  1. Goodbye Earth

An asteroid is en route to Earth with nothing the world’s governments can do to stop it. A determined teacher is focused on helping her former students survive the asteroid’s impact despite the odds.

  1. Rebel Moon: The Scargiver

Rebel Moon returns for the sequel on Netflix as a group of fighters train and prepare a small village to protect themselves against the enemies who wish to obliterate them.

  1. Dead Boy Detectives

Fans of the paranormal genre will be interested in this series, which focuses on two teenage ghosts whose jobs are thwarted by a witch with ulterior motives.

  1. Brigands: Quest for Gold

    A woman on the run from her duties as a wife suddenly becomes the leader of a ruthless group of bandits.

    1. Red Queen

    Named the “Red Queen” of a secret police project as she is involved in a game of cat and mouse between the police department and its criminals.

    1. Fallout

    Based on a video game, Fallout showcases the lives of the rich and the poor in a dystopian world. The rich can afford some luxury while the have-nots are left to fend for themselves.

    1. THEM: The Scare

    ‘THEM’ is a black horror anthology series which sees Detective Dawson return to investigate the horrible murder of a foster home caretaker in the 1990s.

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