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My sister and I are in a strange place in our relationship where we are having to create a new balance after past hurts. Things may never be the same, but they are getting better as we pick up where we left off.
We are two very different personalities who don’t share many common interests except for really bad Lifetime movies – and not just any bad Lifetime movie. It has to be that deliciously cheesy “so bad it’s good” Lifetime movie.
I don’t typically watch anything off Lifetime or its movie channel other than Project Runway. I do, however, scan the TV Guides synopses of its movies. If I see something that looks promising, I’ll DVR it for us to watch together later.
Our last to watch was “The Craigslist Killer”, and it was a huge disappointment. Not funny bad. Sad bad. I have “Nightmare” waiting for the next night we have free together. Here’s IMDB’s summary:
A mind-body disconnect – that’s what causes sleep paralysis, a terrifyingly real experience in which someone awakes momentarily made of stone. Molly Duggan is determined to discover a treatment, because in rare cases, it can kill: Her mother was one of its victims. But what science can’t explain is why Molly suddenly starts experiencing episodes herself and during them, feels a sinister presence surrounding her. So she turns to legends, and that’s when her real nightmare begins. Haylie Duff stars in this pulse-pounding chiller.
Key words: Haylie Duff. I’m excited.
We were disappointed to miss out on the premiere showings of “The Perfect Teacher.” It plays again February 9th… in case anyone is interested.
* Mary Parker Follett (1868-1933)