“It’s like Rollergirl got a family.”
It’s the moment we have all been waiting for: Molls and Karen Kilgariff (co-host of My Favorite Murder among many other things) get into Flowers in the Attic, specifically the most recent film adaptation of the V.C. Andrews classic (albeit disturbing) novel.
They start by chatting about how pretty Heather Graham is before getting into the general darkness of the movie. There’s a lot to discuss with this one, Lifetime lovers – grab your snacks, enjoy some LOLs and definitely hang out to see where this landed on our rating scale!
“This movie took liberties on time-lapsing.”
Molls and friend Wynter Mitchell Rohrbaugh get together to chat about The Brittany Murphy Story, a film about the iconic actress who left us entirely too soon.
They chat through the casting decisions, the iconic Clueless moments, the importance of mammograms, and much more. You’re going to love finding out where this fine film landed on our rating scale!
“I don’t think any of the spouses have chemistry.”
Molls welcomes back BFF Kristina Lopez to chat about the Jenna Elfman Lifetime gem, Obsessed. They start off by chatting about some Alicia Keys history before getting into the movie.
Join Molls and Kristina as they walk through this movie, which is based on a true story, scene by scene. Enjoy the airhorn and some LOLs between the two and stick around to find out where this masterpiece landed on our rating scale.
“I love how they talk about the internet in this.”
Molls invites her good friend Jackie Johnson (host of Natch Beaut) to discuss I Me Wed, the Lifetime film about a woman who decides to just marry herself!
The ladies start by talking about general shenanigans about weddings (and Julia Allison!) before diving into the movie. Enjoy their discussion about dialogue and wardrobe, the friends of the main character, and how they scored this movie on our official MMISWP rating scale.
“This is a movie of yesteryear.”
Trigger Warning: This movie contains a heavy amount of violence, specifically in Washington, D.C. Watch and listen at your own discretion.
Molls and returning guest Ted Travelstead watch The Devil’s Teardrop, a film that features a lot (but not enough) of handwriting analysis. The LOLs are plenty despite this being a dark story!
“I wanted to emotionally eat the entire time.”
Molls and guest Rachel Fisher (co-host of Hollywood Crime Scene) take a lovely deep dive (pun intended) into Fatal Honeymoon. Join the ladies as they dissect this dark story, which was based on actual events, for your entertainment.