by Hiko Mitsuzuka @TheFirstEcho
So far, in 2016, we've been blessed with new X-Files episodes, Independence Day hitting theaters in the summer, and new performances from Natalie Imbruglia.
If THAT doesn't scream 1996, then feast your eyes on the sneak peek of the James Franco-produced remake of Mother May I Sleep With Danger, the cult NBC movie-of-the-week that starred Tori Spelling as an unlucky-in-love gal who stumbles upon a fatal attraction. To celebrate the 20th anniversary of the camptastic flick, Franco produced a remake -- this time with lesbian vampires! -- for Lifetime!
AND the revamp features Spelling and her original co-star, Ivan Sergei, in supporting roles!
Start scheduling your viewing parties NOW for June 18: