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Movie Of The Month | The Letter

In a dystopian future in a city filled with writing pads, one man dares to put paper to pen setting in motion a chain of events that will alter a nation…FOREVER.

Power of Words

A retired colonel must resort to using all his wits if he is to survive. With betrayal and intrigue and other cool sounding things surrounding his best intentions at every corner, he must scribble carefully. The stakes are high and everyone is just dying to have the last word.


I can not unsee this movie. It’s captivating, will definitely bring the house down – The Monitor

There was no thigh. Where are the thighs? – The Red Pepper

Plays like an ad for our products – Picfare

I didn’t get it. Does this mean I can no longer send Nalweyiso love notes? – De Scholar


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Quentin Tarantino’s Kill Bill: Rise Of The Miniskirt

Kill The Bill


The nation wakes up to terrifying news. Miniskirts have been banned and sexiness has become an endangered species. The only thing on everyone’s mind is to have revenge on the team that drafted the Miniskirt Bill – a team they once trusted.

Critics’ reviews:

New Vision

“Outstanding! Simon Lokodo outdid himself in this one.”

Daily Monitor

“We disagree with New Vision. Just for just.”



The Observer

“High ratings. Very observable!”

Red Pepper

“Eh! Those legs!”

Viewer reviews:

A shoe

“Had a beautiful view.”

A skirt

“Gripping stuff!”

Renegade: The Adventures Of Mike Mukula

He was a minister, and good at his job. But then he committed the ultimate crime and money vanished. Framed for corruption, now he prowls the badlands looking for the money so he can clear his name. An outlaw, a bounty hunter – a RENEGADE!

Mikey Mookey


Vision Blitz – “Good! Very good!”

Monitor Sqoop – “Bad! Too bad!”

Red Pepper – “Makes you horny.”

Bukedde – “HO!”


Photo submitted by the legendary Ayago Rakara.

But first we looked for popcorn.

Movie of The Month | The Budget Edition

No one gets movies like we do, but even we were not prepared for this. It’s a riveting tale spanning loads of hours. Featuring betrayal {of the eyes} vengeance {by slumber} and a cast of political proportions, this story reminds us that no matter how hard anyone tries, in the end, no one can escape the spell the budget holds.

Critics reviews

I could barely keep my eyes open ~ Col. Kahinda Otafire

It’s my kind of movie. It had me up, had me down, had me gripping the edge of my seat for support ~ Baddru Kiggundu

Brilliant. Just what I’ve been looking for. I’d recommend it ~ Mwana Sirina Tullo, Chairman of Insomniacs Incorporated

Maria Kiwanuka reminds us once again why she’s the right person for the job ~ a mattress

Kirunda Kivejinja turns in a stellar performance. I was actually stunned when he revealed he knew what was going on all along ~ The President

But first we looked for popcorn.

Midweek Movie Madness

We have heard rumblings and tale of a person of immense power. Such is his might, even he is afraid of letting it show. Legend speaks of a time when he shall emerge from the shadows, a time when all shall fear his might. Until then however, he lies almost silent, plotting, scheming… beefing, bitching and planning his revenge. Some know him as the custodian of the city, we know the truth….

He really is…


It’s 2012 and a beautiful but deadly KCCA vampire rises to defend a chaotic city that is entrenched in a war between good and evil. With opposition bitching at every turn, Jennifer Musisi must fight against corrupt cops, dirty politicians and the infamous villainous sausage of Luzira, George Agaba. To make things right, she’s going to have to face, the underworld.


Critics’ Reviews

Wabula, this movie had me on the edge of my chair. Nanti I couldn’t hear what she was saying so I had to lean close – Augustus Tofaayo, Citizens On Edge

Leave our Executive Director alone. You will pay dearly for this – Patrice Smith, Al Shya Boob
That woman is going to have my babies, you wait – Name Withheld


The First Cut

We realise this is a bit abrupt, but after constantly being berated for having only new movies with foreign influences, we had to show that we also watch local…and not just normal local, but old local.


He is the baddest, meanest, singing mammal that kills its prey just by singing. When that doesn’t work, he just stabs you. He even made a movie just so you know he’s not lying.

Its production took quite a long time but the movie finally drops. ULK premiers a local classic…


They took over from production company UEB and brought you worldwide blockbusters like Load Shedding. And now they are back with the much-anticipated, hard-hitting, big budget sequel: Darkness…




Movie of The Month | De Fes Off

They said he wasn’t worth a damn…they were probably right. It didn’t stop him. He pushed on…persevered. He has been to hell and back. He went to The States and was returned and now, on home soil no less, he faces his greatest challenge…

Urban Legend presents….



Movie Of The Month; Sneaky Pick

There are scoops and then there’s this. Urban Legend Kampala has just landed on the first one sheet of a movie touted as ” different”. The story details are being kept under wraps, but every indication suggests that the director was NOT influenced by the Walk-To-Work thing that had a politician eat rubber.

The story revolves around… actually, no, it doesn’t revolve at all, it “involves” Beyonce, a housefly that has been brought up thinking she is a human being. She eats with the family and goes to bed with them. It’s all a girl nearing the end of her 20 something days could ask for.

The eve of the Uganda Walk-To-Work protest begins normally for her. Despite her parents’ protests, she wants to make a difference and she intends to walk to work in a show of solidarity with those that are peeved about the rising commodity prices. Even if this shit doesn’t affect her, she wants to do something.

Then something extraordinary happens… her feet refuse to touch the ground…

*No reviews could be published because this movie is still in production