Last night I watched Lifetime movie Petals on the Wind, and now I need an adult. More
Lifetime movies love to throw a twist at you. They love it almost as much as they love single moms, parking garages and the age 17. More
Last night Lifetime aired Return to Zero, a movie unlike anything I’ve ever watched on the network before, and I found it really refreshing. It would have been more fun to watch, and definitely more fun to write about, had it been a campfest full of twists and turns, but I have to give the network credit for showing something different. More
Sometimes I watch a Lifetime movie and halfway through I figure out exactly where it’s going. And I of course feel extremely proud and mock Lifetime from my couch, probably through a mouthful of food, for being so transparent. But I really shouldn’t get so cocky, because other times a twist comes as a total shock to me even though it was pretty obvious looking back on it. More
Last night’s Lifetime movie A Daughter’s Nightmare wasn’t as entertaining as its predecessors A Mother’s Nightmare and A Sister’s Nightmare, but it kept my attention for the simple fact that I wanted to see how long it would take the characters to realize the movie’s huge creeper was just that — a huge creeper. More
I first started watching True Tori to get some background on why Dean McDermott cheated on Tori Spelling. But now that I’ve seen the staged nonsense that was the first couple episodes, I’m gonna be watching every single one after that to try to figure out how much of it is real. More
The more I hear that Dean McDermott and Tori Spelling invented the cheating story to get a reality show, the more I believe it. Everything they put out there seems designed to lure in viewers, and this newest revelation — that Dean has a cocaine addiction — is no exception. More
Last night’s Lifetime movie Starving in Suburbia examined eating disorders. Because this is Lifetime, though, just looking at eating disorders wouldn’t cut it, so the movie also looked at the dangers of the Internet as it relates to eating disorders. And they also got an alliterative suburbia-related title in there, to make sure they have something to show on marathon days right after Sexting in Suburbia, although this one had a much more intense tone. That’s putting it rather lightly. More
Guys, I finally discovered the worst Lifetime movie to ever play out in front of my eyeballs, and it’s called A Day Late and a Dollar Short. More
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I had high hopes for Death Clique to break the recent trend of boring and/or annoying Lifetime movies. It has “death” in the title, for one, which is never a bad sign (except for the characters). But most importantly, it’s about teenagers. More
What do you call it when something’s the opposite of fun? Oh right, you call it Lifetime movie The Trials of Cate McCall. More
I had high hopes for the new Lifetime movie Zoe Gone. For one, I usually love Lifetime’s teen movies. For two, the promo for the movie included a lot of crazy yelling. And for three, my onscreen guide described it as a story about a teen mom who loses her baby when she’s too busy reading text messages. Boy was I wrong. More
I need to start this post by revealing that I spent most of the two hours it took to watch the new Lifetime movie Sorority Surrogate giggling to myself. Of course, I had started giggling as soon as I read the plot description. I don’t know what it was about this production that really tickled my funny bone, but I’m not complaining. More
The new Lifetime movie The Grim Sleeper wasn’t bad… for a Lifetime movie. Okay, maybe that was way harsh, Tai. It wasn’t bad, period. But it also wasn’t anything spectacular. More