Los Angeles rockers New Beat Fund have been enjoying the build up to Halloween by posting a 15-second Instagram videos that pay homage/poke fun at classic horror movies, such as Nightmare On Elm St., Night Of The Living Dead, The Blair Witch Project, and many more. The idea is that they band will be releasing their last one (for Carrie) today and on Halloween the band will put all the clips together as a video for their song “Scare Me” (which comes from their debut EP ($)Coinz).
Check out the full list of videos below.
3. Blair Witch
4. The Fly
5. The Birds
6. The Grudge
7. The Ring
8. The Shining
9. Child’s Play
11. Night Of The Living Dead
12. Friday The 13th
13. Nightmare On Elm St.
New Beat Fun with 3OH!3, The Summer Set, and Wallpaper tour dates:
Oct. 29 Detroit, MI St Andrews
Oct. 31 Minneapolis, MN Varsity Theatre
Nov. 1 Des Moines, IA Wooly’s
Nov. 2 Milwaukee, WI The Rave
Nov. 3 Chicago, IL House of Blues
Nov. 5 Nashville, TN Cannary
Nov. 7 Orlando, FL House of Blues
Nov. 8 Ft Lauderdale, FL Revolution
Nov. 10 Atlanta, GA Buckhead theatre
Nov. 11 New Orleans, LA House of Blues
Nov. 12 Houston, TX House of Blues
Nov. 13 Dallas, TX House of Blues
Nov. 15 Albuquerque, NM Sunshine Theatre
Nov. 16 Denver, CO Summit Music Hall
Nov. 18 Boise, ID Knitting factory
Nov. 19 Spokane, WA Knitting factory
Nov. 20 Seattle, WA Showbox at the Market
Nov. 21 Portland, OR Wonder Ballroom
Nov. 23 Reno, NV Knitting Factory
Nov. 24 San Francisco, CA Fillmore
Nov. 25 San Diego, CA House of Blues
Nov. 26 Los Angeles, CA House of Blues
Sludge rockers Mastodon have announced that they will be releasing Live At Brixton, their brand new live CD/DVD, on December 10th. The show was recorded during the band’s February 11th, 2012 performance at the infamous London O2 Academy. The full 97-minute performance, which was directed by Ryan Mackfall, will be available only on digital platforms, such as iTunes and Amazon.
I’ve seen Mastodon a few times now and they always put on one helluva show. They get very involved in the music and you can really see how it takes over them. If you haven’t checked them out live I suggest doing so next time they’re in your area.
Head on below for a trailer and the full track list.
Live At Brixton track list:
Dry Bone Valley
I Am Ahab
Colony of Birchmen
Ghost of Karelia
All The Heavy Lifting
Curl of the Burl
Circle of Cysquatch
Crack The Skye
Where Strides The Behemoth
March of the Fireants
Blood and Thunder
Scottish post-rock band Mogwai has announced that they will be releasing Rave Tapes, their 8th studio album, on January 21st in N. America via Sub Pop Records (January 20th in Europe via Rock Action). The 10-track album clocks in at just under 50 minutes. You can listen to the first single “Remurdered” below. The album can be pre-ordered via Sub Pop Records.
In related news, fans of Mogwai will be able to hear the band’s music for Les Revenants (“The Returned”) when the hit French supernatural thriller TV show comes to Sundance starting this Thursday, October 31st at 9pm EST.
Rave Tapes track listing:
1. Heard About You Last Night
2. Simon Ferocious
4. Hexon Bogon
6. Master Card
8. Blues Hour
9. No Medecine For Regret
10. The Lord Is Out Of Control
Late Fall + Winter 2013/2014 Tour Dates:
Nov. 28 – Cambridge, UK – Junction
Dec. 01 – Camber Sands, UK -All Tomorrow’s Parties “End of Era”
Jan. 22 – Newcastle, UK – Mill Volvo Tyne Theatre
Jan. 24 – London, UK – Royal Festival Hall
Jan. 25 – London, UK – Royal Festival Hall
Jan. 27 – Manchester,, UK – Bridgewater Hall
Jan. 28 – Glasgow, UK – Royal Concert Hall
Jan. 30 – Amsterdam, NL – Paradiso
Feb. 01 – Brussels, BE – Ancienne Belgique – SOLD OUT
Feb. 02 – Brussels, BE – Ancienne Belgique
Feb. 03 – Paris, FR – Olympia
Feb. 04 – Frankfurt, DE – Batschkapp
Feb. 05 – Munich, DE – Backstage Werk
Feb. 06 – Berlin, DE – Temperdrome
Mar. 23 – Gotherburgh, SE – Konserthuset
Mar. 24 – Stockholm, SE – Cirkus
Mar. 25 – Copenhagen, DK- Koncertsalen
Mar. 26 – Hamburg, DE – Grosse Freiheit
Mar. 27 – Zurich, DE – Volkshaus
Mar. 29 – Nimes, IT – Paloma
Mar. 30 – Bologna, IT – Estragon
Mar. 31- Milan, IT – Alcatraz
Apr. 1 – Karlsruhe, DE – Substage
Apr. 2 – Cologne, DE – E-Werk
Apr. 3 – Lille, FR – Aeronef
Bloody Disgusting’s Evan Dickson is at the Egyptian Theater in Hollywood for Beyond Fest’s screening of Michael Dougherty’s cult classic anthology Trick ‘r Treat where some major news was just announced. As you can tell by the title of this story, Sam is back!
“Here at the screening and during the Q+A Sam came out with a note asking Michael Dougherty to make a sequel,” Dickson explains. “Dougherty says it’s not his call…it’s Thomas Tull from Legendary’s call.”
“This is when the Thomas Tull stands up in the audience and exclaims, ‘I can’t say no to Sam. Let’s make a sequel!’ ”
This is when the title card for Trick ‘r Treat 2 blasted on the screen to roaring exclamation from the audience!
The 2009 anthology features four interwoven stories that occur on Halloween: An everyday high school principal has a secret life as a serial killer; a college virgin might have just met the one guy for her; a group of teenagers pull a mean prank; and a woman who loathes the night has to contend with her holiday-obsessed husband.
Bloody Disgusting wrote the first review ever for the film.
Okay, so that headline may or may not be a little bit of an exaggeration (it’s definitely the former). However, this is still one awesome and really amusing Vine (post don YouTube) that shows a guy busting out some dance moves that coincidentally see him avoiding knife slashes from Ghostface, who is standing behind him, and ultimately knocking Ghostface out with a well-timed backhanded punch.
It’s 100% obvious that this was entirely coordinated but it’s still done very well and is worth checking out below. Enjoy!
In the Asylum Jam, which made its debut earlier this month, a bunch of indie game developers got together to make horror games that break the stereotypes of video games set in and around asylums. One of those games was The Unknown, which was crafted in just 48 hours by David Rico. It’s procedurally generated, so each playthrough is different from the last.
If you would rather play The Unknown yourself, you can download it here.
Previously on The 13 Days of Horror…
Day 1: John Carpenter Would Approve Of This Free Halloween Game
Day 2: A Horror Game Where You’re Hunted By Robot Velociraptors
Day 3: A Pizza Delivery Gone Horribly Wrong
Day 4: Bunny Man Is Sexy Paranormal Activity
Day 5: Maere Is True Psychological Horror
Day 6: Slender Man Returns In The Nine Pages
Day 7: A Terrifying Game Of Hide And Seek
Day 8: The Screecher Is More Than A Little Unnverving
Day 9: The Strangest Asylum I’ve Ever Explored
Last week’s episode of “American Horror Story: Coven” had me reeling a bit. Emma Roberts is one of the strongest elements of the new season, and I really hope they bring her back (I’m betting they will).
In the meantime, there’s a new teaser (shorter than last week’s) for episode 3.04, “Fearful Pranks Ensue”, which airs Oct. 30 at 10 p.m. EST.
In it, “1961: When an African American teenager is lynched, Marie Laveau, who has no faith in the Civil Rights Movement, takes a ghastly revenge.
Today: Queenie has been horribly violated and terribly injured, and Fiona blames Marie. She won’t send Queenie to a hospital; they’ll take care of her themselves to avoid attracting attention… and the wrath of the Council of Witchcraft. But Fiona does send Marie a bloody message… one that will rattle the decades-long truce between the Salem witches and the Voodoo Queen. Meanwhile, Zoe tends to a traumatized Kyle, but when he runs away, she must find him before he can do any more harm. And Madame LaLaurie is worried, because today is Halloween – the day that fearful pranks ensue if the proper offerings are not made. As Fiona scoffs at her superstitions, an enraged Marie prepares for a terrible payback, and a humbled Madame LaLaurie finds herself indebted to Queenie. Myrtle, Quentin and Pembroke, three representatives from the Council of Witchcraft, come to pay a visit; unaware of Queenie’s condition or the violation of the truce with Marie, they come on far graver business – business that could be bad news for Fiona. Myrtle has had dire suspicions about Fiona for a very, very long time. But both Spalding and Cordelia have secrets that will impact the Council’s investigation. Elsewhere, we learn that Hank, too, has a secret. And as Halloween night falls, a terrifying army is raised, the girls go out to search for a missing friend, and Spalding hosts a ghastly tea party.”
William Lustig’s Maniac is a gritty classic shot guerilla-style on the sleazy streets of pre-Giuliani NYC. What made the movie resonate above the scum is the great Joe Spinell’s portrayal of Frank Zito. Spinell played the titular maniac with a tremendous amount of vulnerability and loneliness. Sure he stalked, scalped, and murdered a buncha women, but he wasn’t some squawking criminal getting off on all this violence. You really felt sorry for the pathetic bastard.
For their remake, director Franck Khalfoun (P2) and writer Alexandre Aja (High Tension) made their Frank Zito even more empathetic by casting a hobbit and shooting from his POV. Nearly the entire film is shot through his eyes, giving the film a wholly unsettling, voyeuristic feel. While no one may have wanted a remake of Lustig’s classic, Khalfoun’s Maniac is the rare case in which the original is improved upon to a certain degree. And IFC’s given it a terrific Blu-ray release, complete with commentary and a comprehensive behind the scenes.
The Maniac remake follows essentially the same story as Lustig’s film, only through the maniac’s eyes. Remember the video for Prodigy’s “Smack My Bitch Up?” It’s kinda like that – POV with glimpses of reflections in mirrors and hands entering the frame to do horrible things. Elijah Wood (The Good Son) plays Frank 2.0, a lonely mannequin enthusiast who, behind his unassuming facade, is also a compulsive killer of women – savagely murdering and scalping them. Then he staples their hair onto mannequins and has one-sided conversations with them. I’ve been there, bro.
A lot of people remarked that seeing the film play out in first-person put the the audience in the killer’s shoes and really allowed us to feel what it’s like to be Frank. I just thought it was cool. After 90 minutes, I couldn’t relate to Frank or understand him, but I did enjoy the film. Maybe it’s my aversion to pretty boys, but I felt more empathy for Spinell’s Frank. Wood’s performance is mainly dialogue with a few moments of on-screen time. The adolescent-looking actor does a great job conveying menace through his panting and one-sided whispers. Like I mentioned though, I failed to feel any sympathy for him.
Regardless of my lack of feelings for Wood, the POV is effective and Maniac is a remake worthy of the title. Technically, it’s bonkers. After watching the behind the scenes you appreciate the filmmaking feats even more. It’s clear that Khalfoun understood Lustig’s source material and used it to create something fresh for a modern horror audience hungry for something more.
Side note: there’s a nice, subtle nod to Spinell when Frank 2.0 sits down to eat with a woman he met online. When she describes what she thought he’d look like, she states “fat, black hair, greasy skin” – which perfectly describes Spinell.
Maniac is presented in 1080p HD in 2.35:1 widescreen. The film was shot with Red Epic cameras and the transfer is consistent with strong detail. Much of the film was shot at night, and the Blu-ray offers strong contrast. The blood red splatters (of which there are numerous) really pop against the otherwise bland colors.
The DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1 surround track really helps puts us inside Frank’s ear drums – especially during his migraine bouts where ringing noises go berzerk around the channels. We hear what he hears and his dialogue is appropriately louder than others’. Rob’s electronic score is reminiscent of old horror scores from the ’70s. On the Blu-ray, the music pumps with the clarity.
The audio commentary features Khalfoun, Wood, and executive producer Alix Taylor. The trio offer a disappointingly unenthusiastic track. They present some insight into the character of Frank and deliver some fun shooting stories, but there’s really nothing gripping about the commentary.
The behind the scenes, on the other hand, is really interesting and insightful. It runs about an hour long, in which the cast and crew cover a lot of ground. The BTS contains a lot of on set footage that provides technical appreciation for how cinematographer Maxime Alexandre pulled off the seamless POV work. There’s also deep looks at the special effects, gore wizardry, and the casting of Elijah Wood (Radio Flyer).
The disc also contains 4:00 of deleted scenes, which include someone being pounded with a bat off-screen and Wood’s hands braining hair.
Oh hey, what else is this inside the Blu-ray package? It’s an insert reprinting a review from our very own Brad Miska!
Everyone’s getting into the spirit of All Hallows’ Eve, even the loveable superhero, Captain Ultimate. Set for release on ComiXology for October 30th is “Captain Ultimate” #4, the Halloween Spooktacular issue from Joey Esposito, Benjamin Bailey, and Boykoesh. Take a look at the preview below as you nom on your chocolate and candy corn (save some for the kids).
WRITTEN BY: Benjamin Bailey and Joey Esposito
ART BY: Boykoesh
RELEASE: October 20th, 2013
Rick Remender has a new creator owned series coming from Image Comics in late November. What’s it about? Does it really matter? It’s Rick Remender. You should buy anything he touches at this point. If you’re still not convinced, “Black Science” is a dark science fiction tale about a group of dimension-hopping scientists and their attempts to escape from the worst kind of chaos. Sounds pretty rad if you ask me. Check out order details below.
BLACK SCIENCE #1
written by Rick Remender
art by Matteo Scalera and Dean White
On Sale: November 27, 2013
Final Order Cutoff: November 4, 2013
Cover A by Andrew Robinson – SEP130471
Cover B by Mattero Scalera – SEP130472
Former member of the anarchistic order of scientists, Grant McKay has finally done the impossible; he has deciphered Black Science and punched through the barriers of reality. But what lay beyond the veil was not epiphany but chaos. Now Grant and his team are lost, living ghosts shipwrecked on an infinite ocean of alien worlds, barreling through the dark realms, long forgotten, ancient and unimaginable. The only way is forward. The only question is how far are they willing to go to get home again?
Join writer RICK REMENDER with superstar art team of MATTEO SCALERA and DEAN WHITE, for this face-melting science fiction epic, the spiritual sequel to FEAR AGENT.
Marvel is releasing another Wolverine origin tale from the stellar creative team of Kieron Gillen and Adam Kubert this November. “Origin II” takes place just after the events of “Origin” and it sees James Howlett (Logan) as he lives among the wild wolves. The series takes a look at the beastly side of Wolverine, but balances it with his struggle to find humanity in a world before mutants were more prevalent. Take a look at Kubert’s artwork below for issue #1.
Official Press Release:
This December, experience an all-new chapter in the secret origin of one of Marvel’s most mysterious characters – but first, Marvel is proud to present your new look at ORIGIN II #1! ORIGIN II, the five part landmark comic event, brought to you by the all-star creative team of Kieron Gillen & Adam Kubert, chronicles an untold tale of the man who would become the Wolverine. One that shapes the hero he was destined to become!
Set a few years after the events of Origin, ORIGIN II finds James Howlett running with the wolves…until something unexpected brings him back into the world he left behind. Follow the first X-Man as he finds his way back to civilization and runs afoul of someone Sinister. Someone who has just discovered mutantkind for the first time. Plus, discover the shocking secret behind James’ greatest foe! Now he must choose: is he man or is he beast?
Plus, don’t miss out on Marvel’s most ambitious cover treatment yet! In celebration of this landmark series, Marvel is giving ORIGIN II #1 the red carpet treatment with a special acetate cover! Gorgeously rendered by superstar artist Adam Kubert, this unique cover features an ominous base layer underneath a second acetate layer of the clawed mutant entering the fray! Click here to see the cover in action on Marvel.com. A special sneak peek of the acetate cover was sent to retailers for preview and features a Sinister surprise underneath the ominous base layer.
RETAILERS PLEASE NOTE: In anticipation of this issue’s popularity, Marvel will have plenty of copies available to order!
Every issue of ORIGIN II #1 also features a SPECIAL DIGITAL COMICS OFFER! In addition to a free digital copy of ORIGIN II #1 on the Marvel Comics app for iOS and Android devices, each copy also includes a free digital edition of ORIGIN #1 & WOLVERINE: JAPAN’S MOST WANTED INFINITE COMIC #1!
ORIGIN II #1 (OCT130650)
Written by KIERON GILLEN
Art & Cover by ADAM KUBERT
Variant Covers by SALVADOR LARROCCA &
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James Wan grabbed the horror genre by the balls nearly a decade ago with Saw – the film that launched a thousand torture porns. It wasn’t until Insidious in 2010 that he started turning heads again (although I absolutely love 2007′s Death Sentence). Now with the masterfully crafted The Conjuring, Wan has established himself as a leading director in modern horror. Unfortunately, Warner Bros.’ Blu-ray of the film doesn’t deliver much insight into the director’s methodology. The disc contains three brief features that’ll leave you wanting more Wan-sanity, but at least the transfer looks and sounds incredible.
Horror fans were probably already familiar with the names Ed and Lorraine Warren before The Conjuring. Whether you believe in their controversial work or not, there’s no denying the couple’s authority as paranormal investigators. Lorraine’s the clairvoyant and Ed (who passed away in 2006) was the only non-ordained Demonologist acknowledged by the Catholic Church. That’s just badass. The Conjuring is based on the one case that was “so malevolent,” it wasn’t spoken about until now.
The film uses that “based on a true story” declaration and the Warren name as a pedigree, but shit, how many horror movies these days claim to be “based on a true story?” I lost count around the time Matisyahu became an exorcist. The Conjuring contains a laundry list of elements found in just about every other horror flick nowadays: possession, slamming doors, people being dragged by spirits, and a creepy doll – a recurring Wan component.
What makes The Conjuring superior to other horror films filled with these tropes? The presentation. The production design. The simple plot. The pacing. Wan and his crew did everything right that most others do wrong with these horror elements. The straightforward story is presented alongside very deliberate pacing, long-shots, and dreadfully slow pans to create an impossibly thick sense of dread. Wan uses a lot of creative shots as well that manage not to be obnoxious – like the POV shot of the daughter checking under her bed. That bit was cool-looking and gave me a genuine case of the willies.
Wan is a director who clearly has a vision so strong that he can take tired horror elements and breathe new life into them – because he actually gives a shit about the composition and pacing of his films, which makes a world of difference for an audience as hardened as horror fans.
The Conjuring is presented in 1080p HD in 2.4:1 widescreen. Wan and cinematographer John R. Leonetti’s sinister camerawork is beautifully and faithfully transferred. Detail is consistent even during the darkest scenes. There’s is nothing to complain about here.
Nor are there any hiccups in the audio department. The DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1 surround track is eerily immersing. It sounds like the evil apparitions are IN YOUR LIVING ROOM! It’s a dynamic track with audible dialogue and zero issues. Bravo.
In one of the brief features on the Blu-ray, “Scaring the @$*% Out of You,” we’re given a glimpse into Wan’s directing style. Everything from the length of the hallways to the width of the doors was planned by Wan and the talented production designer Julie Berghoff. This is the feature I really wish was longer.
The other two features are about the folks involved with the actual event. “Face-to-Face with Terror” looks at the real-life Perron family who reflect on the experiences in their old house. The mother is clearly still shook by the events.
“A Life in Demonology,” the longest feature (15 minutes), looks at the work of Ed and Lorraine Warren. She discusses how her and Ed met and how they began their life’s work in the paranormal. There’s also a glimpse into their Occult Museum in CT, which I painfully regret not visiting when I lived in New England.
If It Were Stine Tumblr imagines ancient classics and modern masterpieces of horror as seen through the neon-green, pun-dripping lense of R.L. Stine’s beloved “Goosebumps” series!
Take a look below as films like Phantasm, Halloween 3: Season of the Witch, Shining, Halloween and Carrie are given the “Goosebumps” treatment! you’ll find tons more at the aforementioned link or at the archive.
One of the most unforgettable, gut-wrenching video games in recent memory has been Telltale Games’ The Walking Dead. The first season was a roller coaster ride of emotions and I’m very much looking forward to seeing how Telltale follows that up with the second season. The bridge episode, 400 Days, set the stage for another dramatic season, though I may need to play it again to remember everything that happened in that episode. I might also need to get a couple extra boxes of Kleenexes, just in case.
Season two will follow a brand new cast of survivors, as well as Clementine, in some capacity, from the first season. Telltale took to Facebook to announce the impending announcement, confirming it will be unveiled tomorrow, October 29th, at 12pm PST/3pm EST.
Kristian B. Walters of Norway just tipped us to a commercial for a Norwegian pizza company who created a horror-themed commercial for their company.
Check out a post-apocalyptic commercial for Peppes Pizza, and make sure you ask for “no tongue” on your za!
Mane Entertainment has released a third teaser video for its next film, Penance Lane, and we have it for you right here to dig on! Check it out now along with a bunch more goodies.
Filming of Penance Lane is set to begin in the first quarter of 2014. Horror veteran B.J. McDonnell (Hatchet III) will direct the script written by Munier Sharrieff (Battle Chasers, Battle of the Planets). Tyler Mane (Halloween, X-Men, Troy), Renae Geerlings (Halloween II, Compound Fracture), and Justin Beahm will produce.
Casting for the film is currently under way.
PENANCE LANE is an action-packed horror film that tells the harrowing story of Crimson Matthews, a hardened criminal fresh out of the joint who takes a job as a handyman in a dilapidated house; but the twisted horrors he finds inside are enough to send anyone running. So why does he stay? And what is it about the house on Penance Lane that lures so many in? Set in a former factory town in decline, the film explores both second chances and what people will resort to when they are truly desperate.
Clive Barker took to his official Facebook page once again to answer some questions that fans have had about his latest big screen take on Hellraiser and beyond, and you're gonna LOVE his answers!
From Clive Barker on Facebook
As questions are asked I'll do my best to answer them, though as you all know making movies is a volatile art, and things seldom remain fixed. One question regarding the rating has been asked. I asked it too, and Dimension confirmed that they are purely interested in an R rated picture. Somebody else asked why I'm not writing something original. The answer is that I am. After Hellraiser I intend to write and direct a completely new horror movie, which will mingle graphic horror and erotic content, to create an unrated film which will push the envelope of extreme content further than ever.
Fabien M. tipped us off to the English-language trailer for Jorge Dorado’s Spanish-made thriller Mindscape, starring “American Horror Story” fav Taissa Farmiga, Mark Strong, and Brian Cox, and produced by Jaume Collet-Serra (Orphan, House of Wax).
Opening in Spain October 31, “A man with the ability to enter peoples’ memories takes on the case of a brilliant, troubled sixteen-year-old girl to determine whether she is a sociopath or a victim of trauma.”
Watch for U.S. news as it arrives.
Nathan Phillips (Wolf Creek) and Daniel Henshall (Snowtown) star in first time feature writer-director Zak Hilditch’s These Final Hours, which set for sales at next month’s AFM in Santa Monica, CA.
Thanks to Bloody reader Fabien M., we have your first look at the sales trailer for the film in which “Phillips plays a self-obsessed young guy who makes his way to the party-to-end-all-parties on the last day on Earth but ends up saving the life of a young girl who’s searching for her father.”
The cast also includes Australian actresses Jessica De Gouw (“Kath & Kimderella”) and Sarah Snook (Lionsgate’s Jessabelle).
The film shot in Perth last year.
Rare Sleeve has announced that they will be releasing a 40th anniversary highly limited edition run of Paul Giovanni‘s score for The Wicker Man. There will only be 500 copies released and they will begin shipping this Thursday, on Halloween! Head to Rare Sleeve to get your copy!
Giovanni’s score took heavy inspiration from folk melodies and the lyrics were inspired by the poems of Robbie Burns.
The 1973 horror mystery that saw Sergeant Howie (Edward Woodward) go to a mysterious Scottish island village that is overseen by Lord Summerisle (Christopher Lee) only to find that things are nothing like what he expects.
1.“Corn Rigs” (2:35)
2. “The Landlord’s Daughter” (2:37)
3. “Gently Johnny” (3:32)
4. “Maypole” (2:43)
5. “Fire Leap” (1:26)
6.“The Tinker Of Rye” (1:50)
1. “Willow’s Song” (4:40)
2. “Procession” (2:15)
3. “Chop Chop” (1:41)
4. “Lullaby” (0:57)
5. “Festival / Mirie It Is / Sumer Is A-Cumen In” (5:31)