Tuesday, November 25, 2014

MOVIE REVIEW: Snowpiercer

Now, this is one of those movies that reminds me of Titanic, Nigerian politics, and maybe...livelihood generally. a must see already showing at the cinemas.

Saw this movie some days back and wont lie to you, actually saw it twice. one tiny tear dropped at the point it was revealed that those at the tail were eating their own SH*T literally. more like survival of the fittest.

Makes me think of 'Oh, how do those in power really manage it. They are no super humans, they are like you and me. For me, I love the movie.  Watch and thank me later... if you have the time, Tell me what you think of the movie. Maybe I am wrong.

Saturday, November 22, 2014

MOVIE TRAILER: Pitch Perfect 2

Yaaaaaaaaay!!! Finally Official. 

Donno why i got so much goose bumps watching this trailer. Maybe 'cause it's a sequel to the 2012 film… And i guess the fact that my favorite acapella group (Pentatonix) is there. Watch Trailer :

TV SHOW: How To Get Away With Murder

Well, the Title alone could get you thinking like… WTF? 

For me, sincerely, I never wanted to even see the pilot episode. All i had in my head was… This people have started again o. After checking that the lead cast was Viola Davis, I told myself, babes, try this. Trust me, it really was worth my time. 

Still on the pilot Episode, the edit was superb. ermmm, am i permitted to say the edit was delicious? OH MY!!! everything in me longed to see episode 2. A well told story that would make u stick to your screen. Lemme not say much. please, just see this. Oh yes, I thought Vampire diaries was my best. Sorry love… Found a new addiction.

On episode 9 this week. Watch the Trailer

Friday, September 12, 2014

EVENT: Africa Sign Expo

Here's a recap of what happened at the Africa Sign Expo 2014. The event held at Eko hotel convention Centre, June 25th-27th  2014 and attracted numerous Exhibitors across the world.

Sunday, July 20, 2014


The Lagos Countdown seeks to institute an enduring crossover tradition signifying the end of one year and the celebration of the beginning of another in a splendid fashion. In addition to offering a viable platform for commerce, encouraging brand development, job creation, leisure, entertainment and tourism, the event includes music performances headlined by top music artistes, an enchanting cascade of lights, fireworks and pyrotechnics, all combining to transform the entire Bar Beach, in Victoria Island, Lagos, into a melting pot for culture and commerce in an instant. 

Here is a review of Last year's edition with over 60 artistes. It started from 7th of december, down to the grand finale on the 31st of December - 1st of January 2014. 

Sunday, May 18, 2014

MOVIE TRAILER: Think Like a Man Too

Think Like a Man Too is an upcoming American romantic comedy film directed by Tim Story, sequel to the 2012 comedy film Think Like a Man based on the book by Steve Harvey. The script is written by David A. Newman and Keith Merryman. The cast from the first film returned to reprise their roles.


In the highly anticipated sequel, which was inspired by Steve Harvey's best-selling book Act Like a Lady, Think Like A Man, all the couples are back for a wedding in Las Vegas. But plans for a romantic weekend go awry when their various misadventures get them into some compromising situations that threaten to derail the big event.

Monday, May 12, 2014

REVIEW:'Game Of Thrones' Season 4, Episode 6 Review: Trial By Fire

According to Erik Kain on forbes,

Spoilers through HBO’s ‘Game of Thrones’ Season 4 follow.

Finally we’ve come to the trial of Tyrion Lannister, a gloriously rigged occasion expertly manipulated by Cersei Lannister, and served up nice and hot for the Lannister patriarch, Tywin himself.

We’ve known for a long time just how much Tywin hates his son. In spite of the fact that of all his children, only Tyrion matches Tywin’s intellect and ability to scheme, the head of House Lannister despises his son—partly because he’s a dwarf, but mostly because his wife died giving birth to Tyrion. And—in the books at least—there’s some question of his parentage.

So Tyrion stands trial for being a dwarf, for being born in the first place, for being the only decent man in King’s Landing for much of this show. And, facing the lies of everyone from Grand Maester Pycelle to the spurned Shae—whose betrayal seems well beyond harsh at this point—Tyrion forgoes Jaime’s plan to simply plead for mercy and be sent to the Wall (where he would serve a crucial role, no doubt) and demands a trial by combat, just like he did at the Eyrie.

GoT S4E6 Jaime and Tyrion

GoT S4E6 Jaime and Tyrion

It’s good to have Tyrion back. The past few episodes have seen him locked in chains, awaiting his trial in the confines of the tower. Here, back on-stage where he’s always at his finest, the Imp let’s his fury burn through. “I wish I was the monster you all think I am,” he tells the assembled lords and ladies. Then something to the effect that he’d gladly trade his life to see each and every one of them poisoned. He may not have killed Joffrey, but he wished he had.

Wednesday, May 7, 2014


Preparations for the hosting of the first international African Outdoor Advertising Sign Expo, Lagos, scheduled for June 25th -27th 2014 received another major boost from the apex regulatory body for Advertising practice in Nigeria, the Advertising Practitioners Council of Nigeria (APCON). This support was handed by the Registrar/Chief Executive of APCON, Alhaji Bello Garuba Kankarofi when the team from LASAA led by Mr. George Noah paid him a courtesy call.
''The visit to APCON is part of our wider consultation and awareness effort to get the buy-in of all major stakeholders within the advertising industry on the forthcoming Signage and Outdoor Advertising Conference & Exhibition (African Sign Expo 2014) Lagos'' Noah said. ‘’We have come to APCON on this courtesy visit having recognised the pivotal role of the Council as a major institution in advertising as a whole and in furtherance of our collaborative effort from time past.’’


Lagos State Signage and Advertisement Agency's (LASAA) bid to host Africa's biggest outdoor conference and exhibition in June this year has received a big boost following the participation of the world's biggest outdoor agency, JCDecaux. The Chief Executive Officer of JCDecaux Southern Europe, this week confirmed participation, indicating willingness to share his wealth of experience with other international speakers and conference delegates.

Jean-Sébastien Decaux joined JCDecaux Group in 1998. From 1998 to 2000, he worked as a Sales manager responsible for the launch of advertising campaigns in supermarkets for JCDecaux in the United Kingdom before being appointed City Relations Manager of JCDecaux Italia in 2000. He previously served as Managing Director responsible for Street Furniture and Sales Director of IGPDecaux, of which he is also a board member. In 2004, he took on responsibility for the Belgian and Luxembourg subsidiaries. The outdoor agency is presently in 3,700 cities with more than 10,484 employees.

Managing Director of LASAA, Mr. George Noah was upbeat about the development saying it will augment the level of debate at the much anticipated event. ''Mr Jean-Sébastien Decaux's presence would add more pep to the intercontinental flavour of the conference owing to his wealth of experience in European markets’’ Noah enthused.
JCDecaux is the number 1 Outdoor advertising company in the world, playing a major part in transforming urban landscapes across the world. The company was established in 1964 when Jean-Claude Decaux - JCDecaux’s founder and today Chairman of JCDecaux’s Supervisory Board - installed the first advertising bus shelters in Lyon, France, driven by his vision of city beautification financed through advertising revenues at no cost to the municipalities and taxpayers.


Lagos State Signage & Advertisement Agency (LASAA) is to host Africa's  most anticipated signage & Outdoor conference and exhibition at Eko Hotel Convention Centre, Victoria Island, Lagos, between June 22 - 27th this year. The initiative, the first of its kind in Africa, is  tagged  ''Sign and Outdoor Conference & Exhibition Africa (Lagos 2014)''.  In addition to 4,000 visitors  expected for the event,  about 300 exhibitors and conference participants from 30 countries drawn from Europe, Asia, America, Africa and within Nigeria will be taking part.
LASAA says this maiden edition of what may become an annual international conference & exhibition in Lagos, is geared at creating a convergence of stakeholders within the out-of-home advertising industry.  It will focus on trends, best practices, innovations and challenges within the Nigerian and African context.

Conference participants will include:
Advertising agencies, 
outdoor practitioners, 
Media owners,  
Signage fabricators, 
Government Officials, 
Event companies, 
Outdoor protection services, 
Franchisees and marketing professionals.