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The Theme Nights Copy & Paste

--- 10/01: Viruses! Plagues! Outbreaks! The Apocalypse is Ahead! Call In the Military; Shoot 'Em in the Head! - Zombies -
--- 10/02: An Exorcism Is Urgently Required, But Poor Father Merrin Has Unexpectedly Retired! - Fanaticism (Religious) Horror -
--- 10/03: Gothic Castles, Manors, Mansions and Estates. Stay the Hell Out or Seal Your Inevitable Fate - HorrorEstate -
--- 10/04: Close Encounters of the Scared Shitless Kind - Extraterrestrial Horror -
--- 10/05: Gothic Melodrama with Wobbly Sets; Displease Barnabas & You'll Have Regrets - Dark Shadows 50th Anniversary -
--- 10/06: Copyright Expired. You're Next. - Public Domain Horrors -
--- 10/07: Goodbye Leatherface, Godfather of Gore, & The Tall Man. Boy, We'll Miss Your Chili, Blood Feasts, and Reanimated Slave-Dwarf Clan. - R.I.P. Gunnar Hansen / Herschell Gordon Lewis / Angus Scrimm -
--- 10/08: Bloody Tourists and Their Blatent Disregard For Other Cultures... Along Comes Karma Ripping Them Apart Like Bloodthirsty Vultures - Travel (Vacation) Horror Movies -
--- 10/09: Crazy, Psychotronic and Completely Insane! These Batshit Crazy Flicks Will Melt Your Brain! - Stranger Things -&- Unconventional Movie Monsters -
--- 10/10: Sharp, Shiny, Deadly and Almost Pristine... - Careful with that Axe, Eugene! -
--- 10/11: Sign Says "Abandon Hope All Ye Who Enter Here". Disregard and Die Forgotten in Solitary Fear. - Abandoned Places -
--- 10/12: Historical Significance Is of No Worry; These Time Periods Are Likely to Get Gory! - Period Piece Horror -
--- 10/13: Evil is Coming; It is Foretold. Ditch the Children, & Go Find Laurie Strode! - Babysitters, 2, 3 / Nannies / Governesses -
--- 10/14: Conspiracy Theorists with Mind-Altering Tin Foil Hats...Deadly Political Commentary with Romero-esque Slants - Conspiracy / Political Horrors -
--- 10/15: R.I.P. VCR: You're Now Belated; Your VHS Video Cover Art Will Never Be Outdated! - 1980's Video Companies Spotlight: Embassy Home Entertainment -
--- 10/16: Straitjackets Unhinged; Crazies On the Fringe! Holy Crap, It's Societal Collapse! - Werewolves / Were-Creatures On A Full Moon -
--- 10/17: Chronological Horror Years Faceoff - Chapter Four! - 1966 (Gold) Vs. 1991 (Silver): Beyond The Door -
--- 10/18: It Was a Dark and Stormy Night... Tonight's Forecast Calls for 100% Chance of Unadulterated Fright! -
--- 10/19: Just When You Thought It Was Safe... - JawsSploitation / Aquatic -
--- 10/20: Bela's Blood Sucking Bloodbath Birthday Bash Bonanza Extravaganza! - Vampires & Apocalyptic Horror -
--- 10/21: It Slices! It Dices! It Circumcises! - Slashers / Giallos / Serial Killers -
--- 10/22: Hexed Amulets, Gypsy Spells & Egyptian Curses...Heed Their Warnings or Bring On the Hearses! - Curses -
--- 10/23: Entomophobia to the Nth Degree. Multiply by 1,000, & Hear the Wailing of the Banshee! - Insects, Killer Animals and Giant Monsters -
--- 10/24: Itinerary of Hostel Intent; Railway of Unnerving Descent - The European Passport to Terror -
--- 10/25: Santa's Coming to Town. Fear Him. Or Yule Get Sleighed. - Christmas Horror -
--- 10/26: Ectoplasmic Entities Materializing at Night. Strong Yet Suspenseful Emotional Frights. Summoning the Dead by Candlelight. - Supernatural / Quiet /Soft / Seances -
--- 10/27: Once, Twice, Three Times the Lacerations - Horror Anthologies -
--- 10/28: Frankie Goes to Hollywood. Mad Scientists Go Insane! - Frankenstein / Mad Doctor Films -
--- 10/29: Mass Marathon of the Damned Se7en - Fangoria Chainsaw Awards Edition -
--- 10/30: Evil Witches Cast Their Spell, Runaway or Discover the Demon-Infested Layers of Hell! - Devil's Night Debauchery: Demonic Possession / Satanic / Witchcraft / Hell -
--- 10/31: Halloween Evokes the Spirits of the Dead, Tread Lightly or Experience the Color Red! - All Hallows Eve Horrifically Hideous Hellfest / Samhain: An Evening of Celtic Horror -


The 31 Film Subset Copy & Paste

--- 10/01: The Man with the Golden Doujinshi - The Living Dead at Manchester Morgue (1974)
--- 10/02: Darth Maher - The Exorcist III (1990)
--- 10/03: SterlingBen - The House of Seven Corpses (1974)
--- 10/04: pacaway - Killer Klowns from Outer Space (1988)
--- 10/05: rbrown498 - House of Dark Shadows (1970)
--- 10/06: shellebelle - The Vampire Bat (1933)
--- 10/07: tarfrimmer - Phantasm (1979)
--- 10/08: PCBreakdown - Motel Hell (1980)
--- 10/09: Darkgod - Chopping Mall (1986)
--- 10/10: Undeadcow - Deathgasm (2015)
--- 10/11: Bladz - The Descent (2005)
--- 10/12: clckworang - Bone Tomahawk (2015)
--- 10/13: cwileyy - Bloody Birthday (1981)
--- 10/14: Chad - Green Room (2015)
--- 10/15: indiephantom - Death Ship (1980)
--- 10/16: WillieMLF - Howl (2015)
--- 10/17: Dick Laurent - The People Under the Stairs (1991)
--- 10/18: Mondo Kane - The Old Dark House (1932)
--- 10/19: orlmac - Jaws (1975)
--- 10/20: ntnon - Dracula (1979)
--- 10/21: arw6040 - Hush (2016)
--- 10/22: Doc Moonlight - The Curse of the Werewolf (1961)
--- 10/23: SethDLH - Stung (2015)
--- 10/24: TheBigDave - Baskin (2015)
--- 10/25: DaveyJoe - Krampus (2015)
--- 10/26: ororama - Witchboard (1986)
--- 10/27: Gobear - Southbound (2015)
--- 10/28: shadokitty - Bride of Frankenstein (1935)
--- 10/29: jacob_b - Goodnight Mommy (2014)
--- 10/30: CrazyMat - Satan's Blood (1978)
--- 10/31: Trevor - Halloween II (1981)


The Checklist Copy & Paste

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Code:
Select 10 actors:
--- Erin Brown -
--- Peter Cushing -
--- Sybil Danning -
--- Andrew Divoff -
--- John Ireland -
--- Brion James -
--- Boris Karloff -
--- Camille Keaton -
--- Christopher Lee -
--- Bela Lugosi -
--- Bill Moseley -
--- Tom Noonan -
--- Felissa Rose -
--- Chris Sarandon -
--- Lin Shaye -
--- John Saxon -
--- Peter Stormare -
--- Julie Strain -
--- Emmanuelle Vaugier -
--- Dick Warlock -

Select 2 film composers:
--- Charles Bernstein -
--- Joseph Bishara -
--- Bruno Nicolai -
--- Christopher Young -

Select 5 directors:
--- Dan Curtis -
--- Joe Dante -
--- Terence Fisher -
--- Len Kabasinski -
--- Kiyoshi Kurosawa -
--- Herschell Gordon Lewis -
--- Juan Piquer Simón -
--- Kevin Tenney -
--- James Whale -
--- Jim Wynorski -

Select 2 makeup effects artists:
--- John Carl Buechler -
--- Barney Burman -
--- Ed French -
--- Rosario Prestopino -

Select 2 producers:
--- Anthony Hinds -
--- Samuel M. Sherman -
--- Robert Tapert -
--- Twisted Pictures -

Select 2 writers:
--- Jaume Balagueró -
--- The Pang Brothers: Danny & Oxide Chung -
--- Lou Rusoff -
--- Leigh Whannel -

Select 30 of the following sub-genres / types:
--- *3-D Film -
--- Agoraphobia -
--- Anthology Film -
--- Appears on BFI's 100 European Horror Films List -
--- Appears on Video Nasties List -
--- Based on a True Story -
--- Based on a Novel -
--- Cannibalism -
--- Cinema Inspired By: Richard Matheson -
--- Cinematic Titanic / Horror Host / MST3K / RiffTrax -
--- Comedy / Spoof -
--- Criterion / Masters of Cinema Version Film -
--- Death by: Drowning -
--- Distributor / Studio: Severin Films -
--- Documentary -
--- Extraterrestrial / Takes Place in Space -
--- Found Footage -
--- Frankenstein -
--- Ghost / Haunting -
--- Giallo -
--- K-Horror -
--- Killer / Evil Animal -
--- Killer / Evil Child -
--- Killer / Evil Doll -
--- Made-for-TV Movie -
--- Monster / Creature Feature / Godzilla -
--- Mummy -
--- Musical / Rock ‘n Roll Horror
--- Nation of Origin: Japan -
--- Nazi -
--- Psychological -
--- Rape / Revenge -
--- Recently Deceased Actor or Director -
--- Slasher / Psycho / Homicidal Maniac -
--- Takes Place on a Holiday -
--- Takes Place on or Under the Sea -
--- Three Installments in a Franchise -
--- Vampire -
--- Werewolf -
--- Witchcraft / Satanic / Religious -
--- With Commentary -
--- With Two or More Horror Legends -
--- Zombie -

Watch 1 w/commentary from the "Masters of Commentary":
--- Joe Bob Briggs -
--- John Carpenter -
--- Larry Cohen -
--- Joe Dante -
--- Guillermo del Toro -
--- David del Valle -
--- Tim Lucas -

Watch films in at least three formats:
--- First format, (insert format), (insert title).
--- Second format, (insert format), (insert title).
--- Third format, (insert format), (insert title).

Watch films in at least three languages:
--- First language, (insert language), (insert title).
--- Second language, (insert language), (insert title).
--- Third language, (insert language), (insert title).

Watch 3 films that you've never seen before that:
--- Stars a Deborah (Dutch, Foreman, Lamb) -
--- Features music by Pino Donaggio -
--- Was made in the 1940s -
--- Features a killer kid -
--- Was written by Dardano Sacchetti -
--- Features a killer robot -
--- Has the words "Night" in the title -
--- Was directed by Christopher Smith -
--- Stars Paul Naschy -
--- Takes place at a retail establishment -

Select 8 decades of film history:
--- 1890 -
--- 1900 -
--- 1910 -
--- 1920 -
--- 1930 -
--- 1940 -
--- 1950 -
--- 1960 -
--- 1970 -
--- 1980 -
--- 1990 -
--- 2000 -
--- 2010 -

Select 4 ratings:
--- G -
--- PG -
--- PG-13 -
--- R -
--- NC-17 -
--- X -
--- Unrated -
--- M -
--- GP -


Attend a live event (convention, play, haunted house, ghost tour, etc.):
--- (insert event). OPTIONAL

Venture Into the Literary World:
--- Read a Horror Novel or Novella (insert title). OPTIONAL
--- Read a Comic Book or Graphic Novel (insert title). OPTIONAL

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100 Movies. 31 Days. The 12th Annual "October Horror Movie Challenge" (10/1 - 10/31)

Old 09-29-16, 02:42 PM
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Re: 100 Movies. 31 Days. The 12th Annual "October Horror Movie Challenge" (10/1 - 10/

Originally Posted by Chad View Post
Honestly, I haven't thought that far ahead. I know there was an earlier suggestion(s) to change it. I also know there's less participating in the checklist than before, so can't say if that's incentive to change it or keep it the same.

I'll need some additional feedback. One entry for completing any (regardless of how many) of the optional lists -or- a separate entry for each optional list completed?
So I infer that previous years were only one extra entry max then.

I'd like to vote just one for selfish purposes, as I'd rather have no incentive to feed my OCD and have to complete all three.

But then, the purpose of all three supplements is to encourage group interaction, so perhaps the extra incentive is best.
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I remember doing this a few times except I'd end up watching the same stuff over and over, minus the changing actor/director type stuff. I'd work my way down from movies that gave me the most checks on down. Waxwork always ended up being my first title because it gave me the most checks.

I also remember the last few checks were a pain and I'd always end up watching Mad Love for 1930s and maybe one other check.

I wasn't planning on doing the checklist but I'm looking at it now. Maybe for next year we could update the writers so we have a range of writers that do work in different decades? All but one of them are writers for 2010s and 2000s, with a couple of those going back to 1990s. There's only one guy that wrote movies in the 1950s and 1960s.

I'm just thinking someone that wrote in the early '90s, another for mid, another for late, then one or a couple more to take care of the 2000s and 2010s. Maybe do the same with producers and directors.

Obviously it's too late for this year and I only have myself to blame.
I have this big DVD Hammer Box from the UK. There are about 2-3 titles that just light up the current checklist. I started the box last year, and plan on finishing the horror titles this year. I remember looking at the checklist last year and giving up because I thought it was going to be a mess trying to work through it. This year seems easier. We'll see if things go as planned.
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Re: 100 Movies. 31 Days. The 12th Annual "October Horror Movie Challenge" (10/1 - 10/

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So I infer that previous years were only one extra entry max then.

I'd like to vote just one for selfish purposes, as I'd rather have no incentive to feed my OCD and have to complete all three.

But then, the purpose of all three supplements is to encourage group interaction, so perhaps the extra incentive is best.
Previous years we got one entry per optional item completed. One entry pool for everyone who watched 100, one for everyone who watched all daily subset films, one for themes, etc. By the end, you could be in the running for a prize in five or six different pools, if that makes sense. You might be saying the same thing in a different way.
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[QUOTE=clckworang;12910745]I have always liked the incentive of one entry per optional item (checklist, daily subset, 100, themes) completed, but I'm open to other ideas./QUOTE]

I agree with this suggestion.
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i think to increase the overload we should all do 1 24 hour marathon of horror movies as part of the checklist

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I'm all for one entry per thing completed. If not, I know for me, there is no purpose of doing the checklist of watching a certain category on a day. I would just watch 100 films or binge all 31 film choices in a few days (because I think I read as long as you watch it, it counts, does not matter on the day) to get my entry and be done with that and focused on watching whatever I like.
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Well, there wasn't much left once I got done with them. Off the top of the my head I remember there being a copy of Knock Knock, The Guardian (SF), Jack's Back (SF), Last Shift and that's all I can remember. Unfortunately most were down to the last copy and there's no guarantee they'll still be there. And once things hit the 70% / 90% price point soon the chances are even less.

Anyway, I'll probably make a quick stop there tomorrow or Saturday. Is there anything in particular you're looking for?
I have Knock Knock, but might be interested in the others. I'll PM you my phone number if you can text me. I have my phone on me and always answer texts.
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Re: 100 Movies. 31 Days. The 12th Annual "October Horror Movie Challenge" (10/1 - 10/

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i think to increase the overload we should all do 1 24 hour marathon of horror movies as part of the checklist

One year I got all my ~60 minute films together and did 24 films in 24 hours.
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Originally Posted by clckworang View Post
Previous years we got one entry per optional item completed. One entry pool for everyone who watched 100, one for everyone who watched all daily subset films, one for themes, etc. By the end, you could be in the running for a prize in five or six different pools, if that makes sense. You might be saying the same thing in a different way.
You're right, my memory is coming back on it now.
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I'm all for one entry per thing completed. If not, I know for me, there is no purpose of doing the checklist of watching a certain category on a day. I would just watch 100 films or binge all 31 film choices in a few days (because I think I read as long as you watch it, it counts, does not matter on the day) to get my entry and be done with that and focused on watching whatever I like.
If you're completing themes and checklists and such to win a prize, it doesn't help much. Two years in a row I watched the most films AND completed every possible extra entry, and didn't win anything. Except my loss of sanity and real-life relationships perhaps.....
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You're right, my memory is coming back on it now.

If you're completing themes and checklists and such to win a prize, it doesn't help much. Two years in a row I watched the most films AND completed every possible extra entry, and didn't win anything. Except my loss of sanity and real-life relationships perhaps.....
I like to do things for a chance to win. My real life relationships gets lost due to work anyways haha. But these things do determine if I try to complete it or just watch stuff that I own.
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Originally Posted by jacob_b View Post
I'm all for one entry per thing completed. If not, I know for me, there is no purpose of doing the checklist of watching a certain category on a day. I would just watch 100 films or binge all 31 film choices in a few days (because I think I read as long as you watch it, it counts, does not matter on the day) to get my entry and be done with that and focused on watching whatever I like.
Imagine having to do all 3 for one entry and then having the power go out all day in the middle of the month, or you have a family, so you can't do theme night that one day. Some people would just give up if they were trying to do it all.
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I found my Monsters and Madmen boxset that contains Corridors of Blood, so I'm all set for tomorrow's subset pick. Now I need to decide if I want to continue with another film from that boxset, or watch another Criterion movie. I have Kuroneko, Kwaidan, and Scanners set aside.
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I found my Monsters and Madmen boxset that contains Corridors of Blood, so I'm all set for tomorrow's subset pick. Now I need to decide if I want to continue with another film from that boxset, or watch another Criterion movie. I have Kuroneko, Kwaidan, and Scanners set aside.
Scanners is a great movie. Watched it earlier this month for the Criterion Challenge.
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I have Knock Knock, but might be interested in the others. I'll PM you my phone number if you can text me. I have my phone on me and always answer texts.
You got a PM.

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One year I got all my ~60 minute films together and did 24 films in 24 hours.
One really bad Roger Corman or poverty row flick several hours in and I'd probably flip my lid.
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I found my Monsters and Madmen boxset that contains Corridors of Blood, so I'm all set for tomorrow's subset pick.
me too. i am starting tomorrow off with that box set
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Just received notice that Diabolik DVD has joined us once again. This makes their third year sponsoring us.




Prize details coming soon.
Here's what they're donating:

Graduation Day (Vinegar Syndrome) (DVD / Blu-ray All Region Combo)
Trailer War (Alamo Drafthouse) (Blu-Ray)
Blood Diner (Vestron Video Collection) (Blu-ray)
The Cannibal Man (La semana del asesino) (Blu-ray All Region)
Street Trash Meltdown Edition (Synapse Films) (Blu-ray)
The Rift (Endless Descent) (Scorpion Releasing) (Blu-ray)



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Imagine having to do all 3 for one entry and then having the power go out all day in the middle of the month, or you have a family, so you can't do theme night that one day. Some people would just give up if they were trying to do it all.
Yeah if it was one entry for doing ALL of them I wouldn't haha. But one entry per list completed, that's fair.
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Here's what they're donating:

Graduation Day (Vinegar Syndrome) (DVD / Blu-ray All Region Combo)
Trailer War (Alamo Drafthouse) (Blu-Ray)
Blood Diner (Vestron Video Collection) (Blu-ray)
The Cannibal Man (La semana del asesino) (Blu-ray All Region)
Street Trash Meltdown Edition (Synapse Films) (Blu-ray)
The Rift (Endless Descent) (Scorpion Releasing) (Blu-ray)

Great package!
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Is that going to be a prize package, or will the titles be awarded individually?

Been looking through my lists from previous years in an attempt to find something to kick off this year's challenge, and I have absolutely no recollection of some of these entries. It doesn't help that they have generic, bargain bin ready titles like "Butchered" and "Lurkers." I listed "Love Me Deadly" one year, so I must have seen it. Yet I couldn't tell you what happens in the movie or who starred in the movie if my life depended on it. I just have this vague sense of boredom when I try to remember any details.
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Been looking through my lists from previous years in an attempt to find something to kick off this year's challenge, and I have absolutely no recollection of some of these entries. It doesn't help that they have generic, bargain bin ready titles like "Butchered" and "Lurkers." I listed "Love Me Deadly" one year, so I must have seen it. Yet I couldn't tell you what happens in the movie or who starred in the movie if my life depended on it. I just have this vague sense of boredom when I try to remember any details.
I know that feeling all too well
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Is that going to be a prize package, or will the titles be awarded individually?
Individually.
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Is that going to be a prize package, or will the titles be awarded individually?

Been looking through my lists from previous years in an attempt to find something to kick off this year's challenge, and I have absolutely no recollection of some of these entries. It doesn't help that they have generic, bargain bin ready titles like "Butchered" and "Lurkers." I listed "Love Me Deadly" one year, so I must have seen it. Yet I couldn't tell you what happens in the movie or who starred in the movie if my life depended on it. I just have this vague sense of boredom when I try to remember any details.
Yes, the October haze. I think many of us here can relate to that.
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Old 09-30-16, 01:33 AM
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Re: 100 Movies. 31 Days. The 12th Annual "October Horror Movie Challenge" (10/1 - 10/

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Been looking through my lists from previous years in an attempt to find something to kick off this year's challenge, and I have absolutely no recollection of some of these entries. It doesn't help that they have generic, bargain bin ready titles like "Butchered" and "Lurkers." I listed "Love Me Deadly" one year, so I must have seen it. Yet I couldn't tell you what happens in the movie or who starred in the movie if my life depended on it. I just have this vague sense of boredom when I try to remember any details.
I was literally just sprucing up my list for the year to get ready and had that exact thing happen to me. I saw I had seen Double Exposure in 2014 but have no memory of doing so. I know I have it on a couple of different discs, and even the cover to it, but no recollection of the movie itself.
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It's going to be awhile before it gets here bu I had some vacation time to burn and decided to take the entire final week of October off along with Halloween day! Barring nothing going wrong, I should have the most amount I have ever viewed this time around.
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