Violence is a major concern in all segments of societies today.Studies by Kaplan (2012), Mc Quail (2010), Miller (2002) and Ajilore, Ojo, Nwalolikpe, Akinreti, Odeybenle and Jegede (2013) have shown that exposure to violent media, such as movies, can promote aggressive or violent behaviour in children, adolescents and youths (International Journal of Innovative Research and Development, 2013). Researchers such as Mangwere, Wadesango, and Kurebwa, (2013) believe that exposure to action-packed movies greatly impact on the behaviour of children and adolescents. Most children and adolescents try to imitate the characters in movie; they want to be closely associated with the characters that they view as superior (Mangwere, et al, 2013). They are seen acting like movie stars.They wrestle with friend on the street and use uncensored words. The most important concern in the debate about violent movies has been whether or not it promotes aggressive behaviour among youngviewers (Evra 1990). Furthermore,the emergence of new media technologies to watchviolent movies have aggravated theeffects of violent movies (scenes)on adolescents. All these have cumulatively necessitated a study of this nature in Zaria.