If you were once or still a huge fan of Nollywood, then there are some movies you should totally remember whenever they are mentioned.

Check out five movies that prove your Nollywood fandom;

It is totally impossible to be a Nollywood fan without knowing and at least remembering few scenes from the 1992 movie.

Directed by Chris Obi Rapu,the movie was written by Kenneth Nnebue and Okechukwu Ogunjiofor and featured Kenneth Okonkwo, Kanayo O Kanayo, Francis Agu among others.

The film tells the story of a man who joins a secret cult, kills his wife in a ritual sacrifice, gains enormous wealth as a reward, and afterwards haunted by his late wife's ghost.

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If you watched the movie, then your unforgettable line from movie would probably be "Died wretched, buried in 3.2million naira casket."

The emotional movie starred Eucharia Anunobi, Tom Njemanze, Tony Umez, Rachel Oniga, among others.

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It's not "Igodo," "Abused," "Diamond Ring," or any of those so popular classics. But if you were indeed a fan of Nollywood, then you would remember the movie which starred Liz Benson, Pete Edochie, Ernest Asuzu, Onyeka Onwenu and Rita Edochie.

You also would probably remember watching Chinedu Ikedieze as a little child in the movie. The 1996 track offered fans with an unforgettable soundtrack with lyrics like "in this life, you reap what you sow."

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The 1996 movie was produced by Zeb Ejiro, and told the story of young girls who went into prostitution to survive.

"Domitilla" starred Sandra Achums, Enebeli Enebuwa, Kate Henshaw, Basorge Tariah Jr, and Anne Njemanze.

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Not exactly the number one classic Nollywood movie that would come to every movie lover's mind, but every hard core Nolywood fan has no reason not to know the movie "Izaga."

The movie featured Liz Benson as a witch alongside Kenneth Okonkwo, Zulu Adigwe, Sandra Achums, Omotola Jalade Ekeinde among others.

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