Touch of Evil podcast review

Orson Welles returns to Hollywood and instead of looking like a dashing knight, he is a very gross overweight racist cop. It wasn’t how the audiences remembered him, but years later Touch of Evil remains one of his most memorable films. It is a noir film set on the Mexican border about the fallout of a bomb explosion. The guys talk about its iconic tracking shot, the fact that Charlton Heston plays a Mexican and how disgusting this world is.


Orson Welles’ Five
1) Citizen Kane
2) The Third Man
3) Othello
4) Touch of Evil
5) Chimes at Midnight

 

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Join us next Friday for the review of Chimes at Midnight.

Artwork by Ray Martindale

Theme Song by Adam Lord