Often called the greatest B movie ever made, Orson Welles’ bordertown noir masterpiece gets a special edition release, which includes three versions of the film. Bonus features abound, including a booklet reproducing Welles’ infamous 50-page plea to restore the mutilated studio cut to his original vision. Luckily, the cut footage survived (unlike other Welles debacles) and has been restored.

To quote Elmore Leonard: “You get to see Charlton Heston play a Mexican.” If that’s not reason enough to see it, how about containing the greatest opening shot ever captured on film?

Marlene Dietrich, Janet Leigh and a corpulent, puffy eyed Welles also star.

Grade: A Touch of Evil (50th Anniversary Edition) is currently available.