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Golden Anniversaries: 'Frenzy'

This Saturday, filmmaker and former St. Louis American editor Chris King will be introducing Alfred Hitchcock's Frenzy (1972) and leading a post-screening discussion of the film at the St. Louis Public Library's Central Library. At The Lens, King offers a preview of the film:

Review: 'Prey'

Director Dan Trachtenberg's Predator prequel Prey premieres on Hulu on Friday. Critic Andrew Wyatt has a review:

Review: 'Resurrection'

Writer-director Andrew Semans' psychological horror-thriller Resurrection opens in select cities tomorrow, and also premieres on online platforms via VOD. Critic Andrew Wyatt has a review:

Review: 'Murina'

Director Antoneta Alamat Kusijanovic's slow-boil coming-of-age melodrama, Murina, is now playing in select cities and will screen this weekend at the Webster University Film Series. Critic Kayla McCulloch has a review:

Review: 'Nope'

Writer-director Jordan Peele returns with his take on the flying-saucer movie, Nope, which opens in theaters everywhere this Friday. Critic Andrew Wyatt has a review:

The Lens: A Cinema St. Louis Podcast - 'What's Up Doc?'

For the latest episode of 'The Lens: A Cinema St. Louis Podcast', Diane Carson, KDHX film critic and professor emerita at St. Louis Community College, joins CSL's Cliff Froelich to discuss Peter Bogdanovich's What's Up Doc? (1972) on the occasion of its 50th anniversary.

Review: 'Both Sides of the Blade'

Claire Denis' romantic drama Both Sides of the Blade is now playing in select cities, and it will be screening this weekend at the Webster University Film Series, July 15 - 17. Critic Joshua Ray as a review: