We are closing in on Halloween, folks. There are only two more weeks until the best holiday of the year, and this week’s release list shows that, with surprisingly no discrepancies to speak of.
There is a good handful of classics this week. Probably one of the bigger of these titles is Alfred Hitchcock: The Ultimate Collection. This will be available on both Blu-ray and DVD and is pretty massive.
Other classics that will be available this week include Vengeance of the Zombies, Revenge of the Dead, Night of the Living Dead, Legend of the Werewolf, and Rawhead Rex. There are even more listed below, so check them out!
There are some newer movies dropping this week which you may have already heard about. You can see a clip from Red Chistmas here. Other new titles to be on the lookout for are The Honor Farm and Escape Room.
This is just a portion of this week’s list. There are plenty of other titles listed below so get to reading. As always, whatever you pick up this week, pleasant viewing.
Black Ghosts (2017)
Sandra Karinsdotter, Kaarina Lindblom
In an attempt to reunite with her dead girlfriend , Maya evokes dark forces through occult rituals, with devastating results, as she opens a portal to hell.
Dark Web (2017)
Laurence R. Harvey, Ron Basch, Julie Mccarthy
A mysterious site on the Deep Web grants wishes of mayhem and murder to all who dare ask. When a man (Laurence R. Harvey) logs in to the site to show his support, he is forced to see something he may wish he didn’t. As the stakes get higher this unique horror anthology takes viewers on an unexpectedly twisted journey.
A Devil’s Wind (2017)
Brielle Edborg, Kayla Browne, Erica Leigh Boseski
An otherworldly storm makes a wasteland of a region. The survivors are not the usual characters one might find in a story like this, nor is this movie what one might expect from a post-apocalyptic theme. This is not a processed Hollywood movie. No. The script was written in the manner of an ancient Greek play. Dialogue is the primary focus. Beware. In this era of formulaic movies, even indie directors copy mainstream sensibilities. As commercial success seems to depend on catering to a lazy viewer with a short attention span, Hollywood movies become more like sitcoms, or at least like television shows. So the best rebellion is not to shock or to offend, but to return to the ancient art in Greece, changing the focus from visceral images to sublime words, and requiring the audience to be active.
Dreaming Purple Neon (2017)
Jeremy Edwards, Eli Degeer, Antwoine Steele, Millie Milan, Jack Mccord
Dallas (Jeremy Edwards) returns home after years away to try to reconnect with his ex Denise (Eli DeGeer, China White Serpentine). Cat (Millie Milan House Of Forbidden Secrets) steals her boss Ray Ray’s (Antwoine Steele House Of Forbidden Secrets) stash of Neon Purple and goes to meet Denise at her boss’s office. Ray Ray and Tyrone (Ricky Farr) follow her there, looking for his drugs while a demonic cult is operating out of the basement trying to raise demons by using the drug to bridge the gap between the land of the living and Hell.
Escape Room (2017)
Evan Williams, Annabelle Stephenson, Elisabeth Hower, Billy Flynn
For Tyler’s 30th birthday, his girlfriend Christen gets him an unusual gift: admission to a mysterious escape room event. As they enter with four friends, they find themselves trapped in bizarre rooms where they must solve tricky puzzles to advance. But Christen has disappeared, and Tyler is shocked to see her on a video monitor, naked and trapped in a cage while the seconds count down. When the cruel game begins to turn deadly, he realizes they may not all escape with their lives…
Flesh of My Flesh (2015)
Ron Richardson, Matthew Martin, Heather Rose Pearson
High concept meets low budget in this psychotropic zombie thriller set at the tail end of humanity’s Last Great War of Existence. A mission sent to recover survivors goes south when they discover that the throngs of undead aren’t wandering mindless things, but crafty pack hunters who have their own agenda. They find a hidden group of survivors, but the news is even worse than they imagined. With only hours to escape before a final obliterating carpet strike, they make a break for it before all is lost.
Erin Brown, Rachel Crow, Scarlett Storm
A renegade scientist experiments in the forbidden realm of genetics and discovers the the horrifying secrets of life. His disregard for ethics results in a tortured new species of fish, similar to a shark, attacking prey in a horrible manner.
Gore, Quebec (2014)
Myrthin Stagg, Daniel Joneswood, Andy Malone, Rufus Crawford
Gore, Quebec tells the story of two acquaintances who are set up by their mutual friends on a cottage weekend in Quebec. What was supposed to be an exciting and fun weekend, quickly turns into the blind date from hell, as the Couple discover that the cottage is not safe, and that their friends are already dead. The film begins in a home movie found-footage style, but quickly shifts into a more cinematic style once things start unraveling. With a serial killer terrorizing them, the Couple have to either protect one another to survive, or try to escape separately. Do you protect your fellow man, or is survival a solitary journey?
The Honor Farm (2017)
Mackenzie Astin, Liam Aiken
When Lucy’s prom night falls apart, she finds herself jumping into a hearse headed for a psychedelic party in the woods. Looking for a thrill, the party wanders deeper into the forest, to a haunted prison work farm. A secret wish and a summoning of the dead sends the group on a mind-bending trip that may be a dangerous trap.
Inner Demons (2013)
Nasir Rahim, Lem Collins, Marcus Munroe, Nadej K. Bailey, Danielle McGowan
Inner Demons is a film that explores the darkest recesses of the human mind. No matter who you are or what you believe, we are all capable of inexplicable evils. This three-story anthology shows how the human mind can be used against you. Fear can turn good people into bad people and bad people into good people…and there s nothing more frightening than the human mind.
Killjoy’s Psycho Circus (Killjoy 5) (2016)
Tai Chan Ngo, Victoria De Mare, Trent Haaga, Al Burke
Killjoy, the demon of vengeance, trickster god and killer clown has finally made it to Earth! Along with his gruesome crew Freakshow, Punchy and the sexy/psychotic Batty Boop, Killjoy is free to terrorize mortals in new and excruciating ways. But two years down the road Killjoy discovers that life on Earth is a drag, filled with inconveniences such as eating, breathing, taxes and immigration issues. His crew has left for other jobs, and Batty Boop has gone her own way after a bitter lover’s quarrel. Not to mention that Killjoy is now semi-mortal! Meanwhile, back in hell, Beelzebub is on trial for letting Killjoy escape. The only way that Beelzebub can redeem himself is to trap Killjoy’s spirit and bring it back in a box. For this mission he is granted a monumental spaceship capable of destroying entire cities! Killjoy has finally settled in, starring in his own web series called Psycho Circus, as well as running a movie and merchandise company with the notorious Hambo the Ranch Hand. The challenges of being a producer are nothing compared to the challenges of staying alive after Beelzebub’s assassins appear to kill the demon clown and capture his spirit. Killjoy will have to find a way to reunite his gang of clowns in order to defeat Beelzebub and his minions! It all comes together in an epic battle in Killjoy’s Psycho Circus!
Legend of the Werewolf (1975)
Peter Cushing, Ron Moody, Hugh Griffith
A travelling circus in 19th century France adopts and showcases a feral wolf boy, who grows into adulthood only to kill the one-man band. He runs off to Paris, where he develops a jealous, overprotective crush on a prostitute, leading him to attack her client, incurring a pursuit by a determined police surgeon.
Lilith’s Hell (2015)
Ruggero Deodato, Sebastiano Lo Monaco, Marcus J. Cotterell, Federico Palmieri, joelle Rigollet
A pair of filmmakers try to work with Ruggero Deodato, Cannibal Holocaust, Jungle Holocaust, House on the Edge of the Park, Cut and Run to pull of a horror film based on realism. The producers family house, where the film is to be shot turns out to have it’s own secrets, hidden behind the walls. Secret chambers and ritualistic ceremonies invoking the spirit of Lilith. She who was cursed by God for not obeying Adam in the Garden of Eden. The women in the crew are possessed one, by one and their only salvation is thru death. Once unleashed, nothing can prepare you for Lillith’s Hell!
Night of the Living Dead (1968)
Duane Jones, Judith O’Dea, Karl Hardman, Russell Streiner, Keith Wayne
In this George A. Romero horror classic, Barbra (Judith O’Dea) and her brother travel to a remote town in Pennsylvania to visit the gravesite of their deceased father. But the somber trip turns into a terrifying nightmare when flesh-eating zombies attack the pair. Barbra escapes and runs to a lone farmhouse where a group of people have taken refuge against the monsters. But their hiding place isn’t safe for long.
Rawhead Rex (1986)
David Dukes, Kelly Piper, Hugh O’Conor, Niall O’Brien, Donal McCann, Michael James Ford
Ireland will never be the same after Rawhead Rex, a particularly nasty demon, is released from his underground prison by an unwitting farmer. The film follows Rex’s cross country rampage, while a man struggles to stop it.
Red Christmas (2016)
Dee Wallace, Geoff Morrell, Sarah Bishop, Janis McGavin, David Collins
Horror legend Dee Wallace (The Hills Have Eyes, The Howling, E.T., Cujo, Critters) stars as the stressed-out mother of a squabbling family, gathered together in a remote Outback estate on Christmas Eve. When a mysterious, deformed young man named Cletus appears at their door, things soon change from petty insults to bloody, imaginatively orchestrated violence as Wallace attempts to protect her family from the vengeful intruder. The film deliriously infuses comedy, dark family secrets with outlandish gore and adds the always controversial subject of abortion in its blood-stained mix.
Revenge of the Dead (1983)
Gabriele Lavia, Anne Canovas, Paola Tanziani, Cesare Barbetti, Bob Tonelli
A Code Red Release! Mystery, science fiction and horror fuel this pulse-pounding supernatural thriller from Italian director Pupi Avati (House of the Laughing Windows). Not your usual zombie flick, but a thought-provoking puzzler steeped in ancient mysteries, Revenge of the Dead will make you believe the dead can walk again. Stefano, a budding novelist, (Gabrielle Lavia, Beyond The Door, Deep Red) receives the innocent gift of a used typewriter from his wife on their wedding anniversary. While changing the ribbon, he discovers the typed imprint of writing left by the previous owner. Fascinated by this startling essay, Stefano uncovers the experiments of scientist Paolo Zeder whose claims of places where death ceases to exist intrigue the young writer. Obsessed with finding the truth about Zeder s theories, Stefano is led on a terrifying journey where he is confronted with an occult conspiracy to reanimate the dead! Now see this terrifying tale in HD!
Spaceship Terror (2017)
Kristen Springer, Jay Wesley Cochran, Lacey Blair, Stephen Lestat, Emma Lee Nguyen
Open your mind to a horrifying world of cat and mouse as five women and one injured man find terror beyond their wildest nightmares. Marooned on a deserted planet, and picked up by an old derelict spaceship, six unwitting travelers find themselves enslaved in a torture filled blood lust that will take you on a white knuckle ride into hell. Feel the terror, and ride along if you dare as they slowly fall victim to the horrific appetite of a deranged killer sporting an insane blood lust unmatched in an unforgiving universe.
Talon Falls (2017)
Morgan Wiggins, Ryan Rudolph, Jordyn Rudolph, Brad Bell
Four teenagers on a road trip decide to take a detour and find themselves at at haunted house Halloween scream park deep in the woods of southern Kentucky. After witnessing an assortment of torture and gore, they start wondering if what they are experiencing isn’t a little too realistic. Before they know it, each one of them is captured and made part of the horrific attraction they originally thought was all fun and games. Written and directed by Joshua Shreve, the film was a co-production with the well-known Talon Falls Screampark located in Melber, Kentucky, where the movie was filmed.
The Terror Within II (1991)
Andrew Stevens, Stella Stevens, Chick Vennera, R. Lee Ermey, Barbara Alyn Woods
A Code Red Release! In this exciting sequel to The Terror Within, Andrew Stevens (The Fury, 10 to Midnight, The Seduction) returns in a world gone mad as the last human colony struggles to survive underground beneath a land of nightmarish mutants who seek to destroy them. But when the mutant break occurs inside humanity s final stronghold, the battle for survival pits the human colonists against their deadly invaders miles below the earth s surface. Also starring R. Lee Ermey (The Rift, Full Metal Jacket, Fletch Lives), Stella Stevens (The Manitou, Arnold, Slaughter), Barbara Alyn Woods (TV s One Tree Hill and Honey I Shrunk the Kids), Chick Vennera (High Risk, Yanks), Burton Gilliam (Blazing Saddles) and Clare Hoak (Masque Of The Red Death). Now see this terrifying sequel in HD! Directed by the film s star Andrew Stevens (Illicit Dreams, Scorned, Night Eyes Three).
Vengeance of the Zombies (1973)
Paul Naschy, Emma Cohen, Víctor Alcázar, Helga Liné, Cristina Suriani
An Indian mystic uses magical chants to raise women from the dead, then sends them out to perform revenge killings for him.
Wes Craven’s Summer of Fear (1978) (Stranger in Our House Collector’s Edition)
Linda Blair, Lee Purcell
Based on the best-selling young adult novel by Lois Duncan of You Know What I Did Last Summer fame, Wes Craven’s Summer of Fear tells the tale of plucky teenaged Rachel (Linda Blair) whose life is turned dangerously upside down when her cousin Julie (Lee Purcell) moves in following the death of her parents in a car crash. Julie enchants everyone in the family and appears to be a loving relative, but Rachel knows her cousin is up to something creepy…something like witchcraft!
Alfred Hitchcock: The Ultimate Collection
Robert Cummings, Joseph Cotten, James Stewart, Edmund Gwenn, Cary Grant
Universally recognized as the Master of Suspense, the legendary Alfred Hitchcock directed some of cinema’s most thrilling and unforgettable classics. Alfred Hitchcock: The Ultimate Collection features 15 iconic films from the acclaimed director’s illustrious career including Psycho, The Birds, Rear Window, Vertigo, North by Northwest and many more. Starring Hollywood favorites such as James Stewart, Cary Grant, Grace Kelly, Paul Newman, Janet Leigh, Anthony Perkins, Tippi Hedren, Sean Connery and Kim Novak, this definitive collection showcases a true cinematic master at his best. Featuring over 15 hours of insightful bonus features plus an exclusive collectible book, each film has been digitally restored from high resolution film elements for the ultimate Hitchcock experience.
Aliens and Witches From the Dark Realms
Demonic and other worldly forces really do exist, after all the Vatican has a roster of elite Exorcists trained to release pure evil from innocent victims around the globe but in some cases the possessions are so extreme, they taunt and torture their victims until they pay the ultimate price…with their SOUL.
The Haunting of Mysti Delane
A troubled teen possesses a brilliant mind but dabbles in the Occult one step too far. When her aunt decides to visit, she is shocked to see that Mysti is brewing Ayahuasca the Shamanic vine of souls and is crossing over into the other world which has led Mysti into a paranormal dilemma from hell.
All The Devil’s Aliens
Stanton Pinborough is sustained by a team of nurses around the clock, but the eccentric ex-government researcher hasn’t emerged from his house in years, and has kept a very dark secret for decades. It’s Michael’s first night on the job when he begins to see shadows emerge from halls and doorways.
Deadly Jaws / Night of the Sharks (Double Feature)
Horst Janson, Treat Williams, Antonio Fargas, John Steiner, Marius Weyers
Deadly Jaws (1974)
A trio of divers enlist a criminal and his wife to help them find a sunken Aztec treasure. As they grow nearer to recovering the loot, a mutiny breaks out on the ship that results in death and greed. But will they be able to fight off the other treasure hunters interested in the gold, or will they have to fight among themselves?
Night Of The Sharks (1988)
David must fight for his life against the gangsters who killed his brother for a CD filled with proof of their illegal activities. When David gets possession of the CD they go down to Mexico where David lives as a shark hunter. Who will get David first, the gangsters or the shark? Bonus features include: John Steiner Segment Hosted by Mike Malloy, Alternate Opening, Theatrical Trailers, Digitally Remastered
Hidden / The Gallows
In a post-apocalyptic world, a family takes refuge in a fallout shelter to avoid something terrifying and strange that threatens their fragile existence, and is coming for them.
Twenty years after an accident caused the death of the lead actor during a high school play, students at the same small town school resurrect the failed stage production in a misguided attempt to honor the anniversary of the tragedy—but ultimately find out that some things are better left alone.
White Slave Collection (Featuring Naked Amazon)
An exploitation Triple Feature of shocking and bloodthirsty jungle horrors that includes the granddaddy of all Mondo movies, the 1954 shockumentary Naked Amazon!
Naked Amazon (1954) (a.k.a. Feitico do Amazonas)
Prepare for a true-life safari into a sudden-death land of fear, savage brutality and primitive nudism when four explorers travel deep into the South American jungle to face its darkest horrors. Zygmunt Sulistrowski’s gruesome and bloodthirsty shock-u-mentary remains the granddaddy of all Mondo movies and the exploitation cult classic that influenced such filmmakers as Jacopetti and Prospero (Mondo Cane).
White Slave (1985) (a.k.a. Schiave Bianche: Violenza in Amazzonia)
While enjoying the exotic splendors of the Amazon River, Katherine Miles witnesses the decapitation of her parents by headhunters. Abducted by the monstrous savages, Katherine faces torture, humiliation, cannibal attacks and gut-churning primitive rituals. Based on a true story, White Slave is a graphic Italian exploitation shocker with echoes of Cannibal Holocaust and Mountain of the Cannibal God.
Sacrifice of the White Goddess (1995)
Savage horror and dangerous adventure mix in this tale of an archaeology student who joins forces with a female ne’er-do-well and a roguish trader to follow an ancient Mayan treasure map in search of gold. What they discover during their journey are the harsh extremes of the jungle where a fate worse than death awaits each of them.
Rutger Hauer Says There Was No Love and No Soul in Blade Runner 2049
I don’t know about you, but I dug the hell out of last summer’s Blade Runner 2049. I found the film to be a tonally perfect addition to the Blade Runner universe and appreciated how it built on the story established in the original film.
That said, there are some out there that aren’t fans of the sequel – most of all, it seems, is the original film’s baddie, Rutger Hauer.
Recently, Hauer spoke with THR and didn’t hold back on his dislike of the new film.
“I sniff and scratch at it,” Hauer says. “It looks great, but I struggle to see why that film was necessary. I just think if something is so beautiful, you should just leave it alone and make another film. Don’t lean with one elbow on the success that was earned over 30 years in the underground.”
He continues: “In many ways Blade Runner wasn’t about the replicants; it was about what does it mean to be human? It’s like E.T. But I’m not certain what the question was in the second Blade Runner. It’s not a character-driven movie and there’s no humor, there’s no love, there’s no soul. You can see the homage to the original. But that’s not enough to me. I knew that wasn’t going to work. But I think it’s not important what I think.”
Wow, don’t hold back, Hauer. Tell us how you really feel!
I’m kidding. And while I don’t agree with Hauer on this particular issue, the man has more than earned the right to think it IS “important what [he] thinks.”
Do you agree with Rutger Hauer on Blade Runner 2049? Let us know below!
Thirty years after the events of the first film, a new blade runner, LAPD Officer K (Ryan Gosling), unearths a long-buried secret that has the potential to plunge what’s left of society into chaos. K’s discovery leads him on a quest to find Rick Deckard (Harrison Ford), a former LAPD blade runner who has been missing for 30 years.
Ash vs Evil Dead Set Visit Part 2: Learning About Kelly, Pablo, and Brandy
If you haven’t read through the first part of my set visit for the third season of “Ash vs Evil Dead”, make sure to do so here.
After walking through the halls of Brandy’s high school, the sperm bank clinic that has been seen in the trailer, Brock’s house, and the streets of Elk Grove (all through the magic of set designs), it was time to sit down with stars Dana DeLorenzo and Ray Santiago, who told me about their characters Kelly and Pablo through this season of “Ash vs Evil Dead”! Oh, and there’s also a lot from Arielle Carver-O’Neill about her character Brandy as well, because who can resist hearing from Ash’s daughter?
After finding out that Dana, who is from Youngstown, Ohio, is a fan of the Ohio State Buckeyes, our interview nearly ended. After all, your boy is a Wolverine, through and through, and anyone who knows sports rivalries knows that Buckeyes and Wolverines don’t get along. That being said, we managed to put aside our differences so that I could learn a bit about Kelly and what she’ll be going through this season.
“I really loved Kelly’s journey in season one and two. It was very exciting to play because, in a way, it mirrored my own as an actor coming into a franchise like this. Just like Kelly was dragged into this fight against evil and was caught completely off guard, it was very similar to the actor struggling for 10 years. I was living in Los Angeles working at a bar when I got this job. All of a sudden I’m being thrown into this with this incredible franchise, with the amazing producers of Rob Tapert, Sam Raimi, Bruce Campbell, where a franchise that’s built upon one man, a lone wolf as we’ve said, who is the star of this show and now he’s going to have sidekicks, that was terrifying as well! But it was really cool because I feel like I got to grow with Kelly and every time Kelly did something new, it was me doing something new,” DeLorenzo explains.
Expanding on that, DeLorenzo starts telling me more about Kelly and how she specifically changes through the upcoming season, saying, “At the end of season two, there’s the parade. And if you look, you can see that Kelly isn’t happy. Kelly is the smart one of that trifecta, the ghostbeaters. She knows that evil is not gone for good, which brings us to season three. Now that she’s tasted blood, she’s constantly chasing that high. So, at the start of season three, Kelly is a warrior without a war. She wants to stay on her game for when evil comes back. Her journey for season three…evil paints Kelly in a bloody corner and sets up her to fail where she can’t do what she does best, which is kick evil’s ass. She’s put in these catch-22 situations that she can’t fight her way out of without someone she cares about getting hurt. I think fans will be shocked at her transformation [this season].”
The theme of family running throughout this season of the show is not lost on DeLorenzo, who recognizes that Kelly’s ultimate purpose throughout this series is called into question through events that she wasn’t able to elaborate upon. However, she did tell me, “It was always about protecting and staying by the side of Ash and Pablo because they are not her family by blood but they are her family by bloodshed.”
When describing the ghostbeaters, she calls Ash the “brawn”, Pablo the “heart”, and Kelly the “brains”. Later, as I sat with Arielle Carver-O’Neill, I asked what Brandy represents, to which she stated, “the hope”. “They all become very protective of Brandy and are very supportive of her journey,” Carver-O’Neill explains.
I asked her to envision a world where a fourth season is confirmed and how she’d like to see Brandy’s role expanded. Pondering this for a couple of moments, she then told me, “I’d like to see her find herself a bit more. I think just because she’s a teenager, you go through that journey at that age where you are figuring out who you are and your parents, either consciously or unconsciously, play a large role in that. For her, she only had her mum and then she found parts of herself in her dad. But she’s got a lot of growing up to do and I think that’d be really fun to explore how she goes about that.”
For Santiago, the character and evolution of Pablo throughout the series has a very personal meaning for him. “As a kid, I grew up watching horror films and I always wanted to be the hero saving people from the monster and I always wanted to be the person chased by the monster. I think, in this show, I have the opportunity do that every day as Pablo and I’m one step closer to becoming the superhero I wanted to be as a kid,” he states.
As for his evolution, Santiago sees Pablo as going from a pushover in the first season to someone very important and potentially very powerful in the third season. “We’ve seen Pablo go from this naive guy [in the first season] that’s pushed through the ringer to last season and…the Necronomicon and Pablo have an undeniable relationship that will never end. As we move into this third season, Pablo sees things differently. He’s not just tormented by his visions of darkness, we see that he may not be just a sidekick but also psychic! We’re going back to his family and we callback to his roots. Perhaps it wasn’t just a coincidence that he met Ash and that he himself was always destined to be somewhat of a Jefé. I think season three is where we see all that coming to fruition. He’s not just along for the ride, he’s become an integral part of the team.”
Part III of our set visit coming soon!
Sneak Peek: Ash vs Evil Dead Season 3
Tomorrow night marks the return of Starz’s horror-comedy series “Ash vs Evil Dead“ starring Bruce Campbell!
And before you settle in for all the madness and mayhem a mere 24-ish hours from now, make sure you check out this cool Sneak Peek at the third season via SyFy Wire.
It is a lot of fun and features one of the best lines I’ve heard out of Ash since the original trilogy (see above).
Give it a watch and then let us know how excited you are to finally check out the first episode of “Ash vs Evil Dead” season three tomorrow night!
The third season stars Bruce Campbell, Ray Santiago, Dana DeLorenzo, Lucy Lawless and Arielle Carver-O’Neill. Campbell executive produces the series with Sam Raimi, Rob Tapert, Ivan Raimi, and Rick Jacobson. Season 3 has new showrunners: Mark Verheiden and producer Moira Grant.
“Ash vs Evil Dead” season three begins tomorrow night!
The third season finds Ash’s status in Elk Grove, Michigan has changed from murderous urban legend to humanity-saving hometown hero. When Kelly witnesses a televised massacre with Ruby’s fingerprints all over it, she returns with a new friend to warn Ash and Pablo that evil isn’t done with them yet. Blood is thicker than water in the battle of good vs Evil Dead!
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