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Scene Is Believing: Touch of Evil

  All border towns bring out the worst in a country.” – Vargas This month Orson Welles’ 1958 classic Touch Of Evil gets the Scene Is Believing treatment as we celebrate that films opening sequence, one of, if not the, greatest continuous tracking shots in cinematic history. Welles had spent a decade in the Hollywood […]

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Reappreciation Society: Major Dundee (1965): The Proto – Peckinpah Western

  It was supposed to be third time’s the charm for director Sam Peckinpah. After two well received small westerns: The Deadly Companion, and Ride The high Country (which went down a storm in Europe and is now considered one of his greatest films), “Bloody Sam” was given a large scope, large budget Horse Soldier […]

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