A guide to what we’re barely putting up with this week.
Showtime’s surprising The Affair. Sure, it seems like a beachy bore-fest about some run-of-the-mill infidelity, but the shifting he said/she said perspectives of this show make it far more interesting than just a look at marital dalliance.
The uber-serious Internet drama, Men, Women & Children. This ain’t your grandpa’s movie about how technology is ruining people’s lives! Mostly because people back then didn’t make self-serious movies about how the advent of the radio was ruining people’s lives.
Christian Louboutin’s attempt to make “undernail” art happen, Loubi Under Red. Makes sense: Painting the undersides of your nails red is just as ridiculous as overpaying for over-stacked stripper shoes just because they have red soles.
The in-depth examination of a 1987 comedy that no one was waiting for, As You Wish: Inconceivable Tales From The Making Of The Princess Bride by Cary Elwes. It’s less of a tell-all and more of a prequel to Elwes’ next book: Say No More, Mon Amour: Empirical Tales From The Making Of Empire Records.
Hershey’s disconcerting white Candy Corn Creme Bar. Every Halloween, perfectly good candy tries to disguise itself as disgusting candy.
The return of USA’s favorite faux-rich, faux-functional family, Chrisley Knows Best. Catch them now before the IRS does!
Anticipating the onslaught of sexy snowmen, Elsa, and other Frozen costumes this Halloween. Let it go, everyone. Let it go.