WATCH: Unreal 400ft-tall Halloween Light show set to Metallica’s ‘Master of Puppets’
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WATCH: Unreal 400ft-tall Halloween Light show set to Metallica’s ‘Master of Puppets’

Love watching the video but would hate to be the neighbour.

A YouTuber is going viral for putting on a hypnotising light show that incorporates a house, talking pumpkins, drones up to 400ft in the air, and one of the biggest metal songs of all time.

YouTuber Tom BetGeorge has built a solid online following by posting his light shows online (having gained 220 thousand subscribers and over 58 million views), but his latest one is the first to use flying drones and is absolutely next level. 

Check it out below. 

How good is that?!

‘Master of Puppets’ has had a huge resurgence this year after it was featured in a  climactic scene in the Netflix show ‘Stranger Things’. Tom’s light show integrates that scene and the show into the routine, with monsters, characters and even a grandfather clock seen in the show lighting up the night sky at one point. 

I don’t know if I’d love or hate being Tom’s neighbour, lucky for him it doesn’t look like he’s got any close to him. 

Tom has used a few other classic rock songs in his light shows. 

His ‘Enter Sandman’ show back in 2020 has gained over 4.4 million views and, although it doesn’t have drones flying up in the sky, it’s still pretty epic. 

As is his light show for System of a Down’s ‘Chop Suey’, which has 3.3 million views itself and is a must-see simply due to the lit-up pumpkins singing Serj’s lyrics. 

Comments on Tom’s videos are, understandably, heaping praise on him. 

“Holy shit Tom, you’ve elevated the Halloween and Xmas light wars to a whole new level,” wrote one. “Amazing show and I’m looking forward to seeing more.”

“Every year you blow our minds with your incredible light shows and this is the best one ever! Congratulations!”, said one more.

“Every show blows my mind. The work that goes into these has to be absolutely insane,” says another.