Nurses are almost universally kind and good. But we’re on Lifetime, so the nurses here are crazy! And this nurse is a derange stalker, who goes Florence Nightingale Effect on her patient, Lance. Problem is, she forgot to make sure it was okay with Lance, who is still devoted to his girlfriend, Brooke. So now Brooke is a target, and also someone stabs a needle into an iPad and Tracie Lords is running around. So, it looks pretty good!
After Brooke and her boyfriend Lance have a car accident, Lance’s leg injury requires him to be bedridden with at-home care. When an attractive nurse, Chloe, is recommended to them, she seems perfect for the task. However, when her troubled past comes to light, it becomes apparent to the happy couple that someone is out to destroy their lives.
Nightmare Nurse stars Sarah Butler(I Spit on Your Grave: Vengeance is Mine), Steven Good(Ashes), Lindsay Hartley(A Mother’s Suspicion ), Traci Lords (Sharkansas Women’s Prison Massacre), René Ashton (Double Daddy), and Jessica Morris(Timber the Treasure Dog) It’s directed by Craig Moss (The 41-Year-Old Virgin Who Knocked Up Sarah Marshall and Felt Superbad About It) and written by Jake Helgren (12 Dog Days Till Christmas)
Nightmare Nurse premieres Saturday, March 5th on Lifetime!
Story by Alan Donahue
Screenplay by Barbara Kymlicka
Directed by Lee Friedlander
A teenage boy knocks up not one, but two separate teenage girls. No, this isn’t an episode of Jerry Springer, it’s the Lifetime Channel! Double Daddy is the name, and if you guessed that one of the teenage girls was a crazy stalker, you get double gold stars! This film has all the makings of a kooky classic, but stops just short of greatness. Instead, we’ll have to settle for some ridiculous cheese, social media goofiness, and a gold digger who is ever in search of the ultimate selfie.
Popular kid Connor (Cameron Palatas) is throwing the ultimate high school bash right before the start of senior year, and he’s chug-a-lugged full of beers. His girlfriend Amanda (Mollee Gray) has been away all summer earning money for college, which is bad for him and bad for her, as Heather (Brittany Curran) also as her eyes on Connor, and manages to get him into his dad’s Mercedes and out of his clothes. Despite being drunk as a skunk, Connor does tell her “no” a few times, meaning he is basically raped in this scene. The movie doesn’t address that at all, Connor can barely remember anything, and Heather’s plan was to get knocked up and land herself a rich sugar daddy, so she’s not going to reveal the truth.
As the school year starts, Amanda is back in town and excited to finally see Connor, who is distracted for some odd reason… Amanda is less than thrilled that strange girl Heather is saying “Hi” to Connor in the halls, and even less thrilled when Heather posts a selfie of Connor and her in the Mercedes online. This being high school, the photo spreads like wildfire, and quickly followed by the next one, a photo of Heather and a positive pregnancy test. As an aside, during one of the many selfies she takes, she puts the pregnancy test in her mouth. Ewwww! Connor has to admit his infidelity and now he is single.