“8 inches… Cut.”
Join us for a special season farewell, Lifetime Movie lovers! Not only do we have information on how you can support the next season of MMISWP, we have an exclusive offer code for our listeners to receive a full free month of the Lifetime Movie Club. After you get those details, be sure to stick around for some LOLs, courtesy of our loyal listeners.
We’ll be back later this Spring with season two. Thanks for listening!
“Children are notorious liars.”
Molls invited Adam McCabe to dissect our last movie of Season 1: Just Ask My Children. The pair bring LOLs to what is actually a pretty dark film about a couple who were wrongfully accused of some devilish acts.
Join Molls and Adam for some discussion of inappropriate crushes, if they were put in prison why they would choose solitary confinement over being placed in general population, and to see where this landed on our rating scale.
Thanks for an awesome first season, Lifetime Movie lovers. Stay tuned for season two!
“This is a PSA for people who peaked in high school.”
Happy New Year, babes! Molls and Kristina Lopez (you know her as the producer of Plz Advise) dissect a Lifetime Original, The Client List, starring Jennifer Love Hewitt.
The ladies talk about the big, beautiful pageantry of the South, the cuteness level of JLH’s kids in the film, and how Kristina would react if she had to bail Molls out of jail. Tune in for some LOLs and see where this landed on our rating scale!
“This movie was very gif-worthy.”
With Christmas right around the corner, Molls invited producer Steven Ray Morris to discuss Grumpy Cat’s Worst Christmas Ever, starring the delightful Aubrey Plaza.
The two chat about Grumpy Cat’s Manager and his life behind the shadows of the famous cat, the amount of meowing Aubrey Plaza had to do for this gig, and SO much more. Tune in for highlights from the IMDB message boards and to see where this landed on our scale!
“No matter how bad things got, she had to wear a crop top.”
Molls and Daniel Van Kirk dive into the made-for-tv movie, Twisted Desire, starring the v. famous 90s queen Melissa Joan Hart.
Tune into to listen to the stereotypes surrounding 90s fashion, who they believe is the real victim of the film (and who gives a real Lala from Vanderpump Rules vibe), the delicious drama from IMDB message boards, and to see where this landed on our movie scale.
“This movie was sponsored by blouses.”
Molls and guest Alie Ward (1/2 of Cooking Channel duo Alie & Georgia), in a post-election haze, dissect the (loosely) based on a true crime thriller Death Clique.
This week’s ride is wild, so saddle up: hear Alie’s reason for comparing teenage girls to cephalopods, the cast’s hair care situation, and how the girls feel about a surprise cuddle during a slumber party.