Lifetime Review: 'Ex-Wife Killer'
With 2017 coming to a much needed close (will it be jinxing to hope for a better 2018?), Lifetime is celebrating the end of another year with a marathon of fun, melodramatic movies. So to kick off 2018, I decided to write reviews of some of these TV screen gems in all their extravagant glory. First off, Ex-Wife Killer...
Lifetime Review: "The Wrong Nanny"
If you have hired a nanny, I take that as a sign that you've never watched a Lifetime movie. Because in the Lifetimeverse, nannies are either trying to seduce the husbands they're employed to or are trying to kidnap the child under their care to replace the one they lost in a tragic accident. Maybe Lifetime has some kind of covert deal with Angie's List and Care.com to help boost business for their sites.
Lifetime Review: "Deadly Exchange"
After the disaster that was Ex-Wife Killer (which is thankfully already fading from memory), Lifetime redeemed itself with this memorably melodramatic tale about an exchange student with some serious Mommy issues.
Classic Film Review: "The Collector"
Movies about obsession are nothing new. It seems about 50 percent of made-for-TV Lifetime films are about a crazy man or woman obsessed with someone else. The obsession plot still permeates in cinema, with recent films like When The Bough Breaks and The Gift.
6 Made-For-TV Christmas Films to Get You in the Holiday Mood
Feeling the winter blues? Watch one of these Christmas flicks to get RIGHT in the holiday spirit! Grump Cat's Worst Christmas Ever
On the surface, I appear content My countenance free of creases or strife My eyes are a clear reflection of color My voice, rarely used, displays no ache