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Lifetime's Lethal Seduction is the most fun you'll have with so-bad-it's-good movies this summer

I’m not one who typically gives in-depth movie reviews, but this is a very rare, very special exception. As many of you know, I spent the majority of yesterday marathoning Lifetime’s recent contributions to the So-Bad-It’s-Good film genre, with varying levels of success. 2,967 more words

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What to Watch: 07/31/2016

What will Preacher Jesse Custer do? Wouldn’t Freddy (aka more serious Omar Little) and a Lifetime Movie stepdaughter want to know. It’s another busy Sunday night of shot callers, pranking principals, neurotic comics, and celebrities who know how to play the game. 355 more words

What To Watch

'Til Death Do Us Part: Classic Sunday Lifetime

Haylie Duff Lifetime movies are almost impossible to resist. So when I flopped down on the coach after yoga and saw this:

I knew my Sunday was basically shot. 1,183 more words

Reviews Of Things

"In Defense of a Married Man," A Made for TV Gem

Often the most prized, most nostalgic, films in this blog’s examination of made-for-TV greatness were films that aired a Movie Of The Week, before going (inevitably) to Lifetime. 410 more words

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episode 12: 'generation 1099'

This week’s episode marks a podcast first! Your beloved hosts are in the same city in the same room at the same time! They discuss Frank Ocean and Vic Mensa’s Orlando responses, the terrible theme song for the new… 128 more words

Coffee And Bars

"Outlaw Prophet" is Lifetime's Best

The flaw of a Lifetime movie is that the film’s potential quality is unreliable and unknown. Two weeks ago I lamented the network’s remake of the classic  621 more words

Lifetime Movies

Mother, May I Sleep with Danger? (2016)

James Franco’s 2016 remake of the Tori Spelling Lifetime Original Movie Mother, May I Sleep with Danger? is a biting sociopolitical commentary on pervasive homophobia, sexism, and rape culture issues that plague college campuses in the 2010s. 1,540 more words

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