On the off chance that there’s one thing Lifetime’s great at, it’s demonstrating motion pictures with “Bad dream” in the title. We’ve had A Sister’s Nightmare, A Daughter’s Nightmare and A Mother’s Nightmare, so clearly it was about time we had A Wife’s Nightmare. But this time it didn’t generally feel exceptionally nightmarish until the very end of the motion picture. Up until then it was to a greater extent an abnormal dream, similar to the ones where you keep running into George Clooney at the general store and he inquires as to whether your latrine is working since he settled it, and in the fantasy you’re similar to, “That is correct, much appreciated, George Clooney” however then when you wake up you’re similar to, “What?”
We begin our story with a 19-year-old young lady named Caitlin (Lola Tash) strolling up to a couple while they’re conveying perishables into their home (inconsiderate) and being all, “Gracious hey, I believe I’m you’re little girl.