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.