“Do you think they let you get bangs in jail?”
We’re back, movie lovers! Molls invites her friend Jenna (AKA holleratme) to chat through She Made Them Do It, which features Jenna Dewan and Mackenzie Phillips (yes, actual movie stars!). This movie is based on the story of Sarah Jo Pender, the young Indiana woman convicted of murder who escaped custody.
Molls and Jenna LOL together as they discuss jail culture and relationships, the true story, and much more. Listen for the LOLs and stick around to hear where this landed on our scale, officially kicking off Season 4!
“Personal space, guys!”
This week, Molls invites Producer Samee Junio to step in front of the mic to dive into The Truth About Jane.
Molls and Samee review this classic Lifetime film starring Stockard Channing, who plays a mother to a high school girl who realizes she’s a lesbian. They discuss the poor writing, the awkward conversations between the characters, the character’s coming out moment, and so much more.
“Some people, they just don’t get it.”
Molly welcomes Lauren Lapkus (actress and host of Raised by Reality TV and Threedom) to get into the deadly mom-shaming movie Wicked Mom’s Club.
They break down the movie scene-by-scene and chat about how wicked these mothers can be. Enjoy this breezy listen and stick around to hear where this landed on our scale!
“She deserves a damn award.”
Molls welcomes friend Esther Povitsky (co-star of Alone Together on Hulu, among many other things) to get into the Anna Nicole of it all.
This is not like a traditional episode of MMISWP, but is a preview of sorts of what’s to come on future Patreon bonus episodes. The ladies chat about the tragedy surrounding Anna Nicole, some YouTube drama, celebrities, and more!
“The light is very non-committal.”
Molls welcomes back Ben Mandelker (co-host of Watch What Crappens) to break down the haunting Lifetime thriller Baby Monitor: Sound of Fear.
Learn about what the film was actually based on, enjoy Ben’s impression of Jason Beghe’s character, and definitely stick around to see where this gem landed on our rating scale.
“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!