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"Knock Knock - Hotline Miami" is a high quality rip of the song "Knock Knock" by Scattle from the game Hotline Miami.
The rip opens with a title card similar to the levels in Hotline Miami 2, with "Redemption" as its title. Redemption is not a level in Hotline Miami or Hotline Miami 2.
The rip is based on the video used by the perpetrator of the 2014 Isla Vista killings as a manifesto before his killings. The rip contains "Knock Knock" playing as the video plays, with the video becoming distorted as it progresses.
The rip appears to be pointing out the perpetrator's sociopathic and psychotic nature with the video's distortion, the themes of Hotline Miami, and the stupor-like sound of "Knock Knock".
- Despite being controversial, this video was not taken down and put onto Flustered Fernando.
- The description's catchphrase is a reference to the quote "Do you like hurting people?" from Hotline Miami.