TOUCH OF EVIL is one of the great pieces of cinematic trash. It's a frantic film, wildly over the top, in love with its own squalor, infatuated with the feel and smell of decay. Among Orson Welles's attempts at pulp, it is his masterpiece. I'm over at Criminal Element writing about the film in the newest entry of my series on Welles At 100. Check it out here.