It’s this tiny little bag filled with fake blood, sometimes just sugar, like sugar glass where if it breaks it’s just candy and the cast can eat it, but a squib, a squib is this thing that makes a movie. It’s the moment we turn into a movie. When someone gets a bullet through their chest it’s the squib that does it. You either get a real bullet or you get a squib, that’s the difference. It’s the impact.