The Best, and Most Ridiculous, Lifetime Movie Posters

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Since high school, I’ve had an intense obsession with Lifetime movies. I know they’re awful, over-dramatic, poorly written, badly acted and generally have the same plot over and over again. However, I can’t resist. They’re justĀ so bad that they’reĀ good. My personal favorite is Mother, May I Sleep With Danger?, winner of the Best Movie Title Ever award.

The best part about Lifetime movies is really the posters. They’re mostly used for DVD covers (and in the 80s and 90s, VHS covers), since Lifetime movies don’t play in actual theaters. They generally feature a woman or girl looking frightened, sad or generally distraught and sometimes a man looking brooding or mean. A few deviate from this theme, but they do tend to be as inaccurate and melodramatic as the movies. Check out the gallery to see a few of my absolute favorites.

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