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Scott Meslow

Scott Meslow is the entertainment editor and film and television critic for TheWeek.com. He has written about film and television at publications including The Atlantic, POLITICO Magazine, and Vulture.

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6 simple steps for making millions on a crappy horror movie

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Your weekly streaming recommendation: Carnival of Souls

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Keira Knightley on Laggies, relationships, and surviving your 20s

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Recommended streaming: Populaire

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6 simple steps for making millions on a crappy horror movie

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Your weekly streaming recommendation: The Machine

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He said, she said: Dueling interviews with Listen up Philip's Jason Schwartzman and Elisabeth Moss

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The Affair: A drama that demands you pay attention

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Your weekly streaming recommendation: The Stuff

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American Horror Story: Freak Show is the nutty horror drama we needed this Halloween

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The maddening almost-greatness of Homeland

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Your weekly streaming recommendation: Enemy

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Fall film guide: All the movies you should see in October

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Recommended streaming: A Young Doctor's Notebook

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How the Simpsons/Family Guy crossover revealed the worst of both shows

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Your weekly streaming recommendation: Spring Breakers

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Batman v. Superman, Gotham, and Arkham Knight: What kind of Batman do audiences really want?

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Recommended streaming: Escape From Tomorrow

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Recommended streaming: What Women Want

Tech

How to be a moral internet citizen on the often-immoral internet

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The Guest: A witty, blood-drenched riff on Mary Poppins

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Your weekly streaming recommendation: Veronica Mars

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Can sci-fi save the romantic comedy?

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Why Sons of Anarchy was shut out of TV's 'golden age'

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43 TV shows to watch in 2014

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