“Mother, May I Sleep With Danger?” (1996)

Mother, May I Sleep With Danger? has become pop-culture shorthand for low-budget but over-the-top Lifetime-esque movies. What’s hilarious is that this movie originally aired on NBC before being rerun on Lifetime a billion times. The campy film had the prerequisite young attractive woman in danger (Tori Spelling) and delivered its unintentional humor with a looming urgency. In honor of James Franco’s 20th anniversary “reimagination” of MMISWD Thrillist talks with all the proud people behind one of pop culture’s favorite horrible movies.

The Oral History of the Camp Classic ‘Mother, May I Sleep With Danger?’

Thrillist.com, 6.17.16