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A Made-For-TV CLASSICS: "A Woman Scorned" and "Her Final Fury"

The long tradition of fondly remembered made-for-TV films that replayed on Lifetime is not limited to poorly-acted teensploitation thrillers. In the 1990s the big networks aired quality crime dramas, too. 520 more words

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Death Of A Cheerleader: Tori Spelling's Greatest Work?


Death of a Cheerleader, often called A Friend to Die For, is a 1994 made-for-NBC movie starring Tori Spelling as a Mean Girl in a small California town. 763 more words

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Lifetime's 'Double Daddy' is disgusting, and here's why (TRIGGER WARNING: RAPE DISCUSSION)

I don’t get too political or talk much about social justice on any of my social media accounts, mainly for work- and mental health-related reasons. But the subject of rape culture entered back into my life this past Saturday and I feel the need to put my thoughts into the first article on my writing blog in over a year. 634 more words

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5 Made For TV Movies That Traumatized the Hell Out of Us

Sometimes, venturing out to your local video rental shop wasn’t required to find the most psychologically fucked up film for your Saturday viewing pleasures. Every once in a while, Lifetime, or whatever station the “movie-of-the-week” aired on, would throw you for a loop with one of those based-on-a-true-story flicks that just scarred the ever-loving hell out of you. 1,195 more words

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Lifetime Movies: Lydia Look is the "Mistress Hunter"

You just found out that your husband is having an affair. Revenge isn’t enough. You want to crush him and his mistress completely. But you can’t get your hands dirty. 1,114 more words

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3 years in the making...

It would make sense to start at the beginning. I will get to the beginning, but first I want to explain where I am today and then we will take a trip back through my Lifetime movie life. 929 more words

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Jodi Arias: Dirty Little Secret Surprisingly Tasteful for a Lifetime Murder Movie

I watched Lifetime’s ripped-from-the-mouth-of-Nancy-Grace-circa-2015 murder scandal Jodi Arias: Dirty Little Secret at the behest of my favorite podcast, My Favorite Murder. (Much like comedian Karen Kilgariff, I too felt that incessant media coverage was enough, but I was wrong!) 278 more words

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