Raise your hand if you can recite pretty much every plot point in V.C. Andrews' 1979 Flowers in the Attic based on the fact that the story is permanently seared into your brain-folds from when you read it as an adolescent. Oh yeah, me too. Did you go on to read Petals on the Wind, If There Be Thorns, Seeds of Yesterday, and Garden of Shadows? ME TOO.
So get this: Lifetime has adapted the cult classic for a movie that's set to air on January 18, and unlike the critically panned 1987 film version, this one looks LEGIT. As in, even the trailer legitimately features all the wildly creepy stuff from the original book, including -- you know this was the first thing you thought of -- the incest.
The casting looks great, with Heather Graham playing the mother and Ellen Burstyn as the evil grandmother. Plus, guess who's starring as Cathy Dollanganger? SALLY FRICKIN' DRAPER, that's who.