The previous evening’s Lifetime motion picture A Daughter’s Nightmare wasn’t as engrossing as its forerunners A Mother’s Nightmare and A Sister’s Nightmare and a Second Cousin Twice Removed’s Nightmare (alright, I made that one up), yet it kept my consideration for the straightforward certainty that I needed to perceive to what extent it would take the characters to understand the film’s gigantic creeper was only that an immense creeper. It obviously took essentially the whole film, which was all the while exceptionally diverting and to a great degree baffling. Yet, isn’t that what Lifetime is all in all? Precisely.
We open the motion picture at a darling father’s memorial service. As we’ve set up over and over, fathers don’t exist in the Lifetime universe, so this motion picture is spot on track.