As if the title was't brilliant enough, because let's be honest, it is – this is the movie that catapulted Tori Spelling from being virginal Donna Martin into being a Lifetime drama queen. It wasn't always clear that Spelling could portray emotions beyond outrage at not being allowed to graduate, but her easy ability to be in a made-for-TV horror film assuaged all of our worries.
— Melissa Liebling-Goldberg, fashion and beauty director
The title alone is all the reason you need to watch it, but the story does not disappoint. This is the quintessential Lifetime movie: filmed in the '90s, a romance that the main character's parents don't approve of, and a hunky boyfriend with a dark side.
— Kelly Schwarze, tech associate editor