The 1996 film Mother, May I Sleep with Danger? is perhaps best known for having been made for cinemas but being so laughably silly that it ended up airing on NBC as a TV movie. It certainly didn’t help Tori Spelling’s career at the time, but it has become a bit of a cult classic.
However, James Franco obviously has a soft spot for it, as he’s remade the movie for Lifetime, but brought a lesbian vampire love story twist to it. Now the trailer has arrived, which sees Spelling return, but this time as the mother rather than the daughter, and other than that, it’s all a bit crazy.
Franco has suggested previously he’s trying to make a very non-Lifetime movie that’s on Lifetime, and it looks like he’s succeeded. Take a look at the trailer below. It’ll premiere in the US on June 18th.