Rating and Review: Top 10 Movies Released Across All Platforms in October

The month was flooded with movies that Movie lovers across the globe will enjoy throughout October and November both local and  International Films Available across all platforms.

Glamsquad will take you through a curated must-watch movie that rocked our screen in October

Ijogbon: Rating  1/10Ijognon

Four teenagers from a rural village in South West Nigeria stumble upon a pouch of uncut diamonds, but before long, others come looking for the bounty.

Director Kunle Afolayan gave us another captivating contents

The ending was not what we all expected, how can you throw Gold away like that

Rise of Igbinogun

Rating 2/10The Rise of Igbinogun

Rise of Igbinogun, a 2021 epic film, will now premiere in October. Starring Femi Branch, Damilare Kuku, Akin Lewis, Enyinna Nwigwe, Blossom Chukwujekwu, and Shaffy Bello, a warrior incurs the fury of the king’s guards but becomes a legend among the people when she steals from the rich to empower the poor.

Big Love

Rating 3/10Big love

Biodun Stephen’s 2023 romantic family drama Big Love is now heading to Prime Video for its post-theatrical release. Starring Timini Egbuson and Bimbo Ademoye as a pair, the film tells the story of Adil who falls in love with Adina, a determined and self-sufficient woman struggling to make ends meet at a graduate training camp. As their love deepens, Adina’s fears and a hidden secret threaten to destroy everything.

Small talk

Rating 4/10

Small talk

Adebowale “Mr Macaroni” Adedayo makes his leading role debut in Small Talk, a comedy film directed by the prolific Biodun Stephen and starring Lasisi Elenu, Taye Arimoro, Moet Abebe, Blessing Nze, and Lizzy Jay. With very little information released so far, Small Talk will be in cinemas.

Slum King

Rating 5/10Slum king

Brought to you by the makers of Shanty Town, Slum King is a gritty crime drama starring Tobi Bakre, Teniola Aladese, Olarotimi Fakunle, Idia Aisien, Elvina Ibru, Hermes Iyele, Bolaji Ogunmola, Sonia Irabor, Gideon Okeke, and Jidekene Achufusi. Trapped in the cycle of guilt and trauma, Slum King, a 10-part limited drama series, takes us on Edafe’s journey from a disturbed tout in the slums to become MAJE, the charismatic king of the slums. After Slum King premieres on October 8, it will air weekly every Sunday at 8 p.m. on Africa Magic Showcase

Magenta coal


Secrets and lies come to light when Matilda, the wife of a mining magnate, becomes embroiled in a bitter tussle over fortune and family succession. Nollywood veteran Richard Mofe-Damijo will have an unnamed role in this South African drama series also starring Desmond Dube, Vusi Kunene Connie Chiume, and the late Busi Lurayi. Magenta Coal will premiere on Netflix.

International movies

Fair play

Rating 7/10

Phoebe Dynevor and Alden Ehrenreich star as a rivaling couple in this erotic thriller set in the corporate world of a cutthroat hedge fund as an unexpected promotion pushes their relationship to the brink. Fair Play is streaming on Netflix.

The Exorcist: Believer

Rating 8/10

When two girls disappear into the woods and return three days later with no memory of what happened to them, the father of one girl seeks out Chris MacNeil, who’s been forever altered by what happened to her daughter fifty years ago. The Exorcist: Believer, a supernatural horror film, will be available in cinemas.

The Burial

Rating 9/10

The Burial is a legal drama starring Jamie Foxx and Jurnee Smollett. Inspired by true events, a lawyer helps a funeral home owner save his family business from a corporate behemoth, exposing a complex web of race, power, and injustice. The Burial will be streaming on Prime Video.

Lupin S3

Rating 10/10Lupin

Omar Sy is back as the titular character in Season 3 of Lupin. As the media and police look to Claire and Raoul, Lupin (who’s on the run) schemes to protect them from afar, but old foes are eager to thwart his plans.

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