New film titled Ntalawa by Trivise Video Productions in Blantyre will be premiered this Sunday at Ozone Refreshment Centre in Machinjiri, Blantyre before going to other venues across the country.
The movie's producer, Ishmael Nkosi, told The Weekend Times that Ntalawa was one of the best thriller movies Malawi has ever witnessed.
"Ntalawa is a thriller which reveals a new dimension of Malawian actors and actresses," said Nkosi, who also stars in the movie.
He said Ntalawa was a continuation of the previous Ntalawa part 1 and 2, which were released in recent years.
Basically, Ntalawa is story about a middle aged man Kanjuchi (Nkosi) who seeks help from a witchdoctor after getting into trouble with a mysterious wallet he has stolen from unknown person in Chileka, Blantyre.
As he keeps the wallet, strange events start happening to him at the office and at home such that he fails to work and get enough sleep at night. Troubled by the acts, he visits his mother for guidance where his sister advises him to pray.
With the influence of his mother, Kanjuchi goes to the witchdoctor where he is given very tough options to make. He is told to bring ten human body parts in order to diffuse the 'powers' within the mysterious wallet.
Kanjuchi mobilises a gang of ruthless young men who go on a killing mission in the city. He pays them handsomely.
The plot takes an ironical twist when the gang targets the witchdoctor.
According to Nkosi, the movie conveys lessons of rebellion that are the sin of witchcraft and stubbornness as wickedness and worship.
"The Bible in the book of 1 Samuel 15:23 teaches us that 'thou hast rejected the word of the Lord, he hath also rejected thee from being king'. Therefore, this movie schools us that the pursuit of evil results in misery, pain and death," said Nkosi.