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Mother, May I Sleep With Danger


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  • Actors: Ivan Sergei, Tori Spelling, Todd Caldecott, Gabrielle Miller, Lochlyn Monro
  • Directors: Preston Fischer
  • Producers: Preston Fischer
  • Format: NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: All Regions
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: SPE
  • DVD Release Date: June 6, 2011
  • Run Time: 90 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0052SO0H4
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #109,875 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Tori Spelling stars in this thriller about a naive college student who falls for a charming psychopath. When Billy Owens (Ivan Sergei) murders his former high school sweetheart so that no one else will ever have her, he assumes a new identity as a college co-ed to cover the trail.

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Iconic at best.
Boo
This is one of these movies where parents should really watch.
Patrick Robinson
So bad it's good?
Madeline

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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Carlisle Wheeling on October 9, 2011
With a title like that and a star like Tori Spelling, you already have some idea what you're in for. Never mind the fact that it's an alleged "Lifetime cult classic," whatever that means. This movie is over the top and unintentionally funny. Ivan Sergei plays Billy Jones, and he's just a boy who can't take no for an answer no matter how many times he hears it. What does he do? He kills the first blond bobbed girl and buries her, Donnie Osmond hair and all. Two years later he has reinvented himself with the Harry Connick, Jr. look as a pre-med student, having stolen another boy's identity, Kevin Shane, whom he also makes disappear. Gosh, but he's just such a magician, it's amazing his name wasn't David Copperfield! This time around he chases a naive Laurel, played by a red-haired Tori Spelling, and she looks ten times better with it that color. Oh, well, he convinces her to chop it off in a blond bob (oo-wee-oo!), then slowly begins to alienate her from friends and her mother. He is possessive, domineering, and virtually imprisons her with his smothering ways, not entirely unlike a large percentage of males out there, except he's worse. He says stupid, corny, creepy things, making the viewer feel a) they were better off watching Saw or b) maybe Rocky's Horrible Picture Show wasn't so bad after all.

*****SPOILER ALERT*****

Okay, so you just knew in the "epic climax" that Tori would save the day with a boat oar before Billy-Kevin-Prescott-Tickle Me Elmo-Whatever kills her mommy, and you just knew he didn't drown. Oh, gee, we did NOT see this coming, because Lifetime hasn't trampled this unsacred ground of a theme to death or anything. Ivan Sergei sure is nice looking, but he can't act, and this is a typical role where Tori by any other name is still Tori.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Darren A. Martin on June 20, 2011
Probably one of Tori's most famous women-in-peril movies, you'll love this film from begining to end. A cult classic that everyone should see. Out of all of the tv movies made, this one is the most memorable. Great flick. 5 out of 5 stars for sure.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Madeline on June 20, 2011
So bad it's good? That about sums it up. Constantly on rotation on the Lifetime Movie Network, released September of 1996, if you love cheesy movies of the week from the 90's, and want to relive the obsession with mid-90s college guys in Kurt Cobain flannels stalking tender ronis, then this is the movie (movie, *barely can keep composure*) for you! I only gave it 5 stars because Lifetime brands it as a cult classic...you may *need* to join a cult (yes Xenu, I'm channeling you!) to erase it from your memory. Confused by my passive-aggressive review? BUY IT!!!!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Jonathan J. Strahan on April 29, 2012
In my opinion, this film doesn't reach the "so bad it's good" level
that Plan 9 from Outer Space does. In reference to an earlier reviewer:
anybody who says Tori Spelling CAN act is nuts. "You'll find yourself
laughing at the absurd, over-the-top acting of all characters involved.
Tori Spelling's bad acting is to be expected, but it's an extra
terrible masterpiece in Mother, May I Sleep with Danger. Her canoe
paddling scene will have you in stitches as you watch her struggle to
use the paddles. Ivan Sergei is laughable as the crazy boyfriend with a
penchant for danger. Her mother (you know, the one she's asking if it's
okay to sleep with danger) is awkward and annoying." Though planned to
be released in theaters, it couldn't find a distributor willing to show
it and had to be shown on TV. That should tell you something.
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By Renter on July 27, 2014
This is the best movie ever to watch when you're deliriously ill. The ludicrous plot twists make sense when you're in the throes of a Herxheimer reaction. In fact, the movie is so improved by it that it's just not as fun to watch when you're feeling well. This is a TV movie (that was originally intended to be a theatrical release!) based on a suspense novel of the same name. Ivan Sergei, who is very easy on the eyes even when playing a needy psycho, stars as Billy/Kevin, a guy who gets really extreme when his girlfriends decide they want to explore other interests such as visiting the ladies room by themselves. Then he has to go murder some guy and steal his identity and it's a whole wearying thing. Tori Spelling is memorable as innocent Laurel, who somehow doesn't cotton on to the fact that there's something weird about Kevin until after she's alone with him up at her family's isolated lake house. Then it's up to Laurel's mom Jessica to save the day. Because it just is. That part made more sense during the fever.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Boo on October 11, 2013
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Absolutely the best!! Iconic at best. Love to watch it over and over again! Would recommend! One of Tori Spelling's best movies!
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This is one of these movies where parents should really watch. Possessive significant others are alive and well and this movie puts it into perspective. Definitely, one to watch!
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