It's only been two days since Taylor Swift released her latest single, and like most of her songs, it has become an instant hit with the video racking up over 50 million views already. But the guys from One More Slice thought they could improve upon the dance-pop melodies by replacing her vocals with some heavy metal screams and creating their own Metalcore version. We dig it.
Last night, season seven of Game of Thrones came to an end. Luckily for us, the show lives on in this seven-part miniseries. Starting with the season premiere, the special will break down the making of every episode — from creating the White Walkers to picking those stunning locations — using interviews from the cast and crew and behind-the-scenes footage. New episodes will be available every Monday.
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Everyone loves a plot twist. They can make a what seems like a mediocre movie into a great one — or do the exact opposite. Now You See It looks at how plot twists are constructed, and the best way to do them for maximum impact.
LSD. Mind control. A man's death. All under the oversight of the CIA in it's bizarre experiments during the 50s, 60s, and 70s. Under the guise of Cold War necessity, the secretive government agency had full reign to perform experiments without ethics or oversight. Wormwood stars Peter Sarsgaard and comes to Netflix December 15, 2017.