[TV] Dr. Frankenstein's Revealing Notebook from "Penny Dreadful"

bloody disgusting - Mon, 03/03/2014 - 10:40

Heading over to IGN you’ll find character breakdowns for Showtime’s forthcoming “Penny Dreadful,” with accompanying imagery.

In addition, we’ve posted screen caps of Dr. Frankenstein’s revealing notebook.

Premiering May 11, the show is said to feature some of literature’s most frightening and iconic figures as they grapple with alienation in Victorian London.

Timothy Dalton, Reeve Carney, Josh Hartnett, Harry Treadaway, Rory Kinnear, Billie Piper, and Eva Green star. Dalton will be playing African explorer “Sir Malcolm,” while Carney has snapped up Dorian Gray. Hartnett will play the role of “Ethan Chandler,” a charming American who finds himself trapped in the darkest corners of Victorian London. Green will play “Vanessa Ives,” a seductive and formidable beauty full of secrets and danger. Treadaway will be assembled as “Victor Frankenstein.”

Oscar-nominee Logan created and wrote the series with the first two episodes to be helmed by The Orphanage and The Impossible director Juan Antonio Bayona.

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'Terminator: Genesis' Revisits Events In First 'Terminator'?!

bloody disgusting - Mon, 03/03/2014 - 10:30

Paramount Pictures’ The Terminator reboot being compared to Back to the Future Part II

Even with an April shoot scheduled for the new Terminator film, Terminator: Genesis, plot points have been incredibly slim. Yet, our friends at Moviehole have scrapped together some shocking insider details that reveal the “reboot” takes place in an alternate timeline, as opposed to retelling the exact same story.

Their source tells them that a perfect comparison title is Back to the Future Part II. “By that, he/she means that while Genesis encompasses an original plot, it also – like Back to the Future Part II, which saw Marty and Doc having to revisit the events of 1955 again for the film’s last quarter – returns to and revisits some of the most memorable moments from the first two Terminator movies.

Better explaining, “Thanks to that ever-dependable alternate timeline device, and time-travel, Alan Taylor’s film will take us back and forward between the future, 1984 (The Terminator), 1991 (Terminator 2 : Judgement Day) and other important and influential time periods in the life of the Connor family.

What’s incredibly unique about this concept is that the viewers will get to see scenes that happened off camera – such as scenes with young Sarah and her parents – as well as unique new reinterpretations of scenes from James Cameron’s first two films.

There’s a lot more that can be digested over at Moviehole

Alan Taylor, of Thor: The Dark World, is directing. Arnold Schwarzenegger is starring, reprising his ‘Terminator’ role, alongside Emilia Clarke as Sarah Connor, Jason Clarke as John Connor, and Jai Courtney as Kyle Reese.

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[Random Cool] Kevin Bacon Returns to 'Friday the 13th'!

bloody disgusting - Mon, 03/03/2014 - 10:03

Kevin Bacon returns to the role that launched his career…

UK mobile network EE has aired an absolutely hilarious trailer that brings decades of Kevin Bacon into one household.

Promoting a new movie service, Bacon reprises various roles from his past, including his breakout role in the 1980 Friday the 13th as Jack Burrel.

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Nazi Zombies Rise In 'Outpost: Rise of the Spetsnaz' Image Gallery

bloody disgusting - Mon, 03/03/2014 - 09:44

A rotting Third Reich resurrected in third film…

XLrator Media will be releasing Outpost: Rise of the Spetsnaz on DVD on March 18th, and thus we have an official image gallery loaded with new stills.

Kieran Parker directs with Bryan Larkin and James “The Colossus” Thompson starring.

In the third installment of the hit Nazi Zombie action-horror franchise we discover the horrifying origins of these supernatural soldiers as they battle the most ruthless and notorious of all military special forces: the Russian Spetsnaz.

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YOB, Failure To Open Up For Tool On Upcoming Tour

bloody disgusting - Mon, 03/03/2014 - 09:00

It’s been announced that Eugene, OR doom metal band Yob will be the opener on three of Tool‘s upcoming dates: Spokane, Portland and Eugene. Meanwhile, Failure, who are reuniting to tour for the first time since 1996, will be opening from Reno through Phoenix.

Tool frontman Maynard James Keenan stated, “I was already excited to play with Failure at my 50th birthday party in May, with Puscifer and A Perfect Circle. Now I get to do a few more shows with them. Best birthday ever.

Failure vocalist Ken Andrews adds, “I’m seriously excited about these shows with Tool. Looking forward to hanging with my old mates, but more importantly, it’s a chance for people to hear two bands that still really care about the long form album format and what you can do with that amount of time artistically, versus three-and-a-half minute singles.

03/04 – Spokane, WA @ Spokane Arena
03/06 – Portland, OR @ Moda Center
03/07 – Eugene, OR @ Matthew Knight Arena
03/09 – Reno, NV @ Reno Event Center
03/11 – San Francisco, CA @ Bill Graham Civic Auditorium
03/14 – Fresno, CA @ Selland Arena
03/15 – Las Vegas, NV @ Planet Hollywood
03/16 – San Diego, CA @ Valley View Arena
03/18 – Mexico City, MX @ Palacio De Los Deportes
03/21 – Veracruz, MX @ Festival Cumbre Tajin 2014
03/24 – Austin, TX @ Cedar Park Center
03/25 – Houston, TX @ Toyota Center
03/27 – Phoenix, AZ @ US Airways Center

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All Is Not Well in This UK DVD Release Trailer for The Invoking

Dread Central - Mon, 03/03/2014 - 07:00

Here in the States The Invoking has been available since mid-February, and on May 12th those of you in the UK will have a chance to add it your DVD collections courtesy of Image Entertainment UK.

The film is directed by Jeremy Berg and stars Trin Miller, Brandon Anthony, Josh Truax, and D'Angelo Midili.

In your childhood home some things can be buried – but the truth will come back and kill.

Raised by foster parents, Sam (Miller) claims to remember nothing of her childhood… but it remembers her. When she discovers she has inherited a property, she invites three friends to join her on a trip that will change their lives forever.

A young reclusive caretaker, a childhood friend of Sam’s, is there to greet them; but something else is waiting for her in the house, something dark and deadly. The ghosts of a past she has long forgotten are coming back to haunt her with a pounding, slashing, raging terror.

Special Features

  • Actor Commentary
  • Director/Producer Commentary
  • Making-of Featurette

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    'Gravity' Wins 7 Oscars, Including Best Director!

    bloody disgusting - Mon, 03/03/2014 - 00:27

    This has been quite a night for Warner Bros. and Alfonso Cuarón’s Gravity, which won a whopping 7 Oscars for “Best Visual Effects,” “Sound Mixing,” “Sound Editing,” “Cinematography,” “Film Editing,” “Original Score,” and “Best Director.”

    It’s so awesome to see a genre film represented – and kicking ass – in the Academy Awards!

    You can read our review here.

    Sandra Bullock plays Dr. Ryan Stone, a brilliant engineer on her first shuttle mission, with veteran astronaut Matt Kowalski (George Clooney). But on a seemingly routine spacewalk, disaster strikes. The shuttle is destroyed, leaving Stone and Kowalski completely alone‹tethered to nothing but each other and spiraling out into the blackness. The deafening silence tells them they have lost any link to Earth and any chance for rescue. As fear turns to panic, every gulp of air eats away at what little oxygen is left.

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    Steven Price's Score For 'Gravity' Wins "Best Score" At Oscars

    bloody disgusting - Mon, 03/03/2014 - 00:26

    Composer Steven Price is able to add a little gold to his shelf tonight as his score for the sci-fi thriller Gravity has one “Best Score” at the Oscars. This was the first Academy Award nomination for Price. He was nominated for this score at the Golden Globes as well as several prestigious film ceremonies as well as winning at the 2014 BAFTA awards and other ceremonies.

    For those of you who haven’t seen the movie and had a chance to experience Price’s score, it’s something truly fantastic. Price manages to capture the terror and fear of the film while also injecting the humanity and emotion. It’s a truly wonderful score, one that you should check out when you have some time to appreciate it.

    Keep up on Gravity‘s mammoth winnings tonight right here.

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    [TV] Next On "The Walking Dead": "Alone" Promo and Sneak Peak Clip!

    bloody disgusting - Sun, 03/02/2014 - 23:08

    AMC has shared a promo and sneak peak clip for next week’s “The Walking Dead.”

    In Episode 4.13, “Alone,” “one group finds a shelter; a group has a realization about protection.

    Episode 13 is set to air on Sunday night, March 9 at 8pm central time on AMC.

    Following the devastating events of the mid-season finale, Rick and the group are still reeling from the loss of their home, family, and friends. With the destruction of the prison, we see the group of survivors broken apart and sent on divergent paths, unsure of everyone else’s fate. What was a challenging life behind fences and walls grows that much more perilous and precious as they are exposed to new dangers, new enemies, and heartbreaking choices. They will have their faith thoroughly tested — a faith that breaks some of them and redeems others.

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    See a Sneak Peek of The Walking Dead Episode 4.13 - Alone; Go Inside Episode 4.12 - Still

    Dread Central - Sun, 03/02/2014 - 20:11

    The Olympics couldn't dethrone "The Walking Dead" from its reign over the highly coveted 18-49 demo; can the Oscars? We say watch both, and then take a look "inside" tonight's Ep. 4.12, "Still," followed by a sneak peek of Ep. 4.13, "Alone."

    Based on the comic book series written by Robert Kirkman and published by Image Comics, "The Walking Dead" stars Andrew Lincoln, Norman Reedus, Steven Yeun, Lauren Cohan, Chandler Riggs, Emily Kinney, Danai Gurira, Chad Coleman, and Sonequa Martin-Green.

    The series is executive produced by Scott M. Gimple, Robert Kirkman, Gale Anne Hurd, David Alpert, Tom Luse, and Greg Nicotero.

    "The Walking Dead" Episode 4.12 - "Still" (aired 3/2/14)
    Faced with the day-to-day survival of life outside shelter, a simple request by someone in the group leads to a bizarre but enlightening mission. Written by Angela Kang; directed by Julius Ramsay.

    "The Walking Dead" Episode 4.13 - "Alone" (airs 3/9/14)
    As one group finds what may be an ideal shelter, another group comes to realize that the best protection comes from those around them. Written by Curtis Gwinn and directed by Ernest Dickerson.

    To stay up-to-the-minute on all things walker related, follow @WalkingDead_AMC on Twitter and visit "The Walking Dead" on Facebook. For more be sure to hit up the official "The Walking Dead" page on AMC.com.

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    Watch Us Play: 'Resident Evil 4 Ultimate Edition' Episode 2

    bloody disgusting - Sun, 03/02/2014 - 16:35

    You look like you could use more Resident Evil 4 Ultimate Edition. If its a high octane Ganado shoot ‘em up you crave, the video I have waiting for you after the jump should treat you real good.

    In this episode, David and I admit we’ve played way too much Resident Evil 4, I reveal David’s ample bosom, and we discuss what constitutes having big balls. Also, Luis refuses to loan me his uterus and we find out I have inventory OCD.

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    'Castlevania: Lords Of Shadow 2' Review: Devil's Due

    bloody disgusting - Sun, 03/02/2014 - 16:01

    The first Lords of Shadow was a pleasant surprise. It succeeded where previous 3D Castlevania games had failed by offering a thoughtfully crafted fantasy adventure game with creative monsters, mesmerizingly beautiful set pieces, clever puzzles, and visceral combat. All its sequel had to do was build on that foundation and lore, tighten up the controls a bit, and keep throwing interesting enemies and puzzles my way. Instead, what developer MercurySteam did was throw us violently into the present day, tack on some stealth mechanics, and wrap it all up in a horribly convoluted story.

    Read on for my review of Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2.

    Clearly, I’m not burying the lead here. This game is a disappointment. It’s clunky, its mechanics lack the polish fans expect from a AAA game released at the tail end of a console generation. What makes this game particularly disappointing is the multiple times I can see the first Lords of Shadow hiding under the visage of this sequel. Every so often, usually when I’m combating one of its clever bosses or traversing a fantastical locale, I catch a glimpse of what could’ve been.

    It’s frustrating. MercurySteam is a talented developer, and in some small ways, this entry is superior to its predecessors. The whip combat is more responsive this time around, the special effects — especially the gore, for all you gorehounds out there — is used in some neat ways. The environments can be beautiful and unfamiliar, but those feelings are largely restricted to the “past,” because the dreary industrial look of the present is entirely unappealing.

    Story-wise, if you haven’t played the first Lords of Shadow, this is going to be a difficult game to follow. It jumps between different timelines, and even though I beat the first game twice — though I never played the 3DS entry, Mirror of Fate — I found it tough to understand what’s going on. The gist of it is Dracula, formerly known as Gabriel Belmont, has awakened hundreds of years after the events in the first game, where he defeated the Lords of Shadow only to be cursed as the immortal Prince of Darkness.

    In the present day, Zobek (voiced by the always wonderful Sir Patrick Stewart) warns him that Satan is planning to return, and he’s using his acolytes to get the job done. Unfortunately for Dracula, a gaggle of Belmonts as well as his son, Alucard, are all looking to end him for being a dick so long ago.

    The story isn’t terribly complicated, but the way its explained over the course of the first hour of the game could’ve used a defter hand.

    There’s still plenty to love about this game, such as the combat, which has seen some refinement. You’re introduced to Dracula’s suite of weapons early on, only to have them taken away in true Metroidvania style. The whip offers fantastic crowd control, the Void Sword steals the life from enemies with each strike and its ability to freeze objects makes it useful for solving puzzles, and the Chaos Claws are slow, but they deal a lot of damage, making them perfect for beating down a single enemy.

    The enemies are still top-notch. Either I’m rusty at this or MercurySteam has imbued the AI with a little more cunning, but I found that each fight challenged my skills. Dodging is weirdly fun, and a well-aimed one can knock down an enemy. If you’re more adept at this game you can utilize Dracula’s more advanced arsenal of moves, like parrying enemy attacks. I was rarely able to do it, but that only made the feat more rewarding when I did.

    Then, almost always just as I start to notice that I’m enjoying my time with it, Lords of Shadow 2 zigs when it should zag. I’m all for an unpredictable game, but not like this.

    As an example, not long after the demo ends, we’re introduced to a new stealth mechanic. Apparently, Dracula lacks the power to take on some gun wielding space marine looking things — for reference, if the Strogg from Quake merged with a StarCraft Marine, these guys would resemble the result — so because they’ll end him in about three hits, he has to use his new arsenal of powers to distract with swarms of bats and transform into a rat to scuttle past them.

    For some reason, Dracula is only able to transform from the dark corner of one part of the room. It’s a silly, underrealized mechanic that feels horribly out of place.

    In contrast to its often challenging nature, this is a ridiculously hand-holdy game. Tutorials and tooltips appear often and largely unwanted, and I almost immediately grew tired of that annoying ringing sound it makes when a “helpful hint” appeared. For the first hour of the game, the solution to every puzzle was spelled out for me, most often through a slow, panning camera that showed my path or an object of interest. Video games that treat the player like an idiot are a pet peeve of mine because they teach us nothing.

    The player won’t learn a thing if you hold their hand and guide them through your puzzles. A better way to go about that would have been to slowly introduce each new mechanic — instead of just tossing in one after the next like Lords of Shadow 2 does — and have the player to learn how to use it through a puzzle or arena fight before introducing the next mechanic.

    For the most part, Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2 is a less cohesive game than its predecessors. The art, combat, and beautiful score offer brief moments of brilliance, but in an effort to shoehorn new mechanics, this feels more like a patchwork of several great ideas that are never thread together as tightly as they should be.

    The Final Word: Lords of Shadow 2 is an exercise in frustration. It could have been so much more — it should have been so much more — but instead we’re left with a hugely disappointing end to what started out as a promising trilogy. This is for diehard Castlevania fans, otherwise, give it a rent.

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    History Repeats in this Extended Preview of Teen Wolf Episode 3.21 - The Fox and the Wolf

    Dread Central - Sun, 03/02/2014 - 13:00

    Someone is going to die on "Teen Wolf" tomorrow night, and even though killing Stiles may be one way to save him, we're pretty sure it's not the only way. Check out this extended preview of Episode 3.21, "The Fox and the Hound," and place your bets on who it's gonna be.

    "Teen Wolf" stars Tyler Posey as Scott McCall, Crystal Reed as Allison Argent, Dylan O'Brien as Stiles, Tyler Hoechlin as Derek Hale, Holland Roden as Lydia Martin, Daniel Sharman as Isaac Lahey, and Ian Bohen as Peter Hale. Season 3B guest stars include Arden Cho and Shelley Hennig.

    "Teen Wolf" Episode 3.21 - "The Fox and the Wolf" (air date 3/3/14):
    An important clue is revealed in the story of a World War II internment camp. Kira's (Cho) role is more crucial, and she discovers unusual abilities.

    For more info visit the official "Teen Wolf" website, "like" "Teen Wolf" on Facebook, and follow "Teen Wolf" on Twitter.

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    Metallica's 'Black' Album About To Sell 16 Million Copies

    bloody disgusting - Sun, 03/02/2014 - 12:00

    Heavy metal band Metallica will be popping open some champagne bottles in the near future as their 1991 self-titled album (which is widely referred to as the Black Album) is expected pass 16 million copies sold in the next few months. The album averages sales between 2,000 to 3,000 per week.

    The album has already been certified as 16 times platinum for shipping over 16 million copies and is, according to Nielsen SoundScan, the best-selling CD of the SoundScan era.

    I defended this album pretty strongly in my article, “Metallica And The Case Of The Entitled Fans”, which you can read here. I mean, considering that it was the album that got me into metal, it’s always going to have a special place in my heart!

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    [Random Cool] Have A Fantastic "Smells Like Teen Spirit" Acoustic Cover

    bloody disgusting - Sun, 03/02/2014 - 10:00

    One of my most hated songs is Nirvana‘s “Smells Like Teen Spirit”. It’s been played to absolute death for me AND I actually can’t stand the band. Believe me when I say that i understand that the band had a huge impact on the music scene and were at the forefront of the grunge scene. That doesn’t mean I have to like them.

    All that being said, this acoustic cover of the aforementioned song is something really interesting as it takes the original and twists into something really unique. Give it a listen below and let me know your thoughts!

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    'Dark Souls II' Reimagined As An 80s Cartoon

    bloody disgusting - Sun, 03/02/2014 - 02:43

    We’ve already seen Dark Souls II reimagined as a 16 bit game, but this video, crafted by YouTuber Veselekov takes us even further back in time to the glorious era of 1980s action cartoons.

    In Dark Souls II: Rogue Warrior, the game gets pumped with no less than a vat of awesome. This is something that needs to keep going, but for that to happen you’re going to need to do two things: first, enjoy this painfully brief tease of what could be, then subscribe to their channel so they’ll be motivated to make more. Come on, Internet. Let’s make this happen.

    Dark Souls II arrives on March 11 for PC, Xbox 360, and PlayStation 3.

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    Bite Labs Lets You Eat Your Favorite Celebrities

    Dread Central - Sat, 03/01/2014 - 17:38

    File this one under "casual cannibalism," kids, as we have just come one step closer to Soylent Green as meat maker Bite Labs has found a way to combine celebrity tissue samples and animal products to create some fine salamis. Yep, didn't think I'd be writing about this today. Or even this year.

    From the Bite Labs website:

    "We start with top-quality ingredients and time-honored recipes for the creation of fine cured meats. We mix celebrity and animal meats, grown inhouse through a proprietary culturing process, into curated salami blends. Starting with biopsied myoblast cells, we grow our healthy, rich meats in Bite Labs’ own bioreactors. Our process yields high-quality, luxury protein, in a sustainable manner that eliminates the environmental and ethical concerns associated with traditional livestock production.”

    Yep... we're all doomed. Enjoy the ride while it lasts. Now, if you'll excuse me, I'm gonna go check if they have any of Keith Richards' mescaline-soaked pork loin left in stock.

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    New Cheap Thrills Clip Will Make You Slap Happy

    Dread Central - Sat, 03/01/2014 - 17:16

    E.L. Katz' Cheap Thrills is now available on VOD, and to further entice you to order it up and enjoy, we have a new clip which examines just how far some people would go to make a quick hundred or five. Check it out!

    The acclaimed comic thriller Cheap Thrills is now available exclusively on the Movies On Demand platform of Time Warner Cable, Comcast, Cox Communications, and Bright House Networks cable systems, prior to its March 21st theatrical and digital VOD release. Cheap Thrills joins a select few titles to receive pre-theatrical debuts exclusively on cable.

    The directorial debut from E.L. Katz, Cheap Thrills was acquired by Drafthouse Films, in partnership with Snoot Entertainment, following its world premiere at the 2013 SXSW Film Festival, where it won the "Midnighters Audience Award." Cinedigm holds the home entertainment distribution rights, including DVD, Blu-ray, VOD, and digital platforms.

    Cheap Thrills follows Craig (Pat Healy), a struggling family man who loses his low-wage job and is threatened with eviction. In an effort to delay facing the music at home, he heads to a local bar and encounters an old friend (Ethan Embry). The two friends are roped into a round of drinks by a charismatic and obscenely wealthy stranger (David Koechner) along with his mysterious wife (Sara Paxton). The couple engages the two friends in a series of innocent dares in exchange for money over the course of the evening, with each challenge upping the ante in both reward and boundaries. It seems like easy and much needed money, but the couple’s twisted sense of humor pushes just how far Craig and his friend are willing to go for money and cheap thrills.

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    Fox News Anchor Mocks 'Nevermind' Developer On-Air

    bloody disgusting - Sat, 03/01/2014 - 16:15

    Erin Reynolds is a developer whose spent a large portion of her career in the games industry working on AAA titles. She recently made the move to indie development with Nevermind, an innovative concept for a horror game that would double as a tool for managing stress. The more stressed you become, the more difficult the game becomes. It’s a neat idea, and one that seems to go over this particular Fox News anchor’s head.

    Because some people are awful human beings, things quickly go south in the developer’s recent interview in a Fox Business segment. In it, Reynolds tries her best to explain the idea behind the game and how its biofeedback mechanic works. She does a wonderful job of it, too — impressive seeing as this ridiculously unprofessional anchor mocks her the entire time.

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    Watch Us Play: 'Resident Evil 4 Ultimate Edition' Episode 1

    bloody disgusting - Sat, 03/01/2014 - 15:19

    One of my all-time favorite games is Resident Evil 4. Set in Guatemala at the turn of the 18th century, the game follows Leon Kennedy, a waiter at his father’s restaurant, as he goes about his mundane life, serving people day after day because he’s too afraid to follow his true passion of starting an Etsy store so he can sell hand-made puppets. Then, one fateful day, he serves a mysterious woman named Ada Wong who introduces him to black market organ trading. The rest is a roller coaster ride of romantic comedy and visceral thrills. One thing’s for sure: Leon will never be the same.

    Okay, no, everything after that first line is a lie. Today we’re kicking off a brand new series where we’ll be playing the newly released Resident Evil 4 Ultimate Edition. More after the break!

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