You'd think a few jack-o-lanterns and some fake spider webs would attract the trick-or-treaters but a suburban California home took Halloween decorating to a whole other level, with a spectacular light show set to LMFAO's Party Rock.
Featured on ABC's Good Morning America, the residential home in Riverside, Calif., otherwise known as 39-year-ols Ken's house, has thousands of lights strung to look like jack o' lantern faces. Within 48 hours online, the video saw more than one million views. Now it has currently exceeded two million and is YouTube's number six most popular video around the web.
Along with Party Rock, the house is festive for the October holidays with songs like This is Halloween from The Nightmare before Christmas. Last year, the same home put on a light show to Thriller and Monster Mash. In fact, videos on the KJ92508 YouTube account date back four years.
For 2011, four pumpkin faces are synchronized with the music, singing and rapping alongside glowing tombstones, hand-carved pumpkins and thousands of stroke, flood and dancing lights.
Kevin J., the 39-year-old Verizon worker, was interviewed by the Los Angeles Times and said it takes him 15 hours to program every one minute of music. He started this year's project back in March after last year's Thriller light show went viral on the Internet.
It was my biggest year, but I wasn't on every news channel like I am now, Kevin told the LA Times.
Kevin reportedly custom-made all of the light designs using RGB LED lights instead of incandescent bulbs to decrease power consumption. And no, his neighbors do not hate him because he only does the light show once every night at 7:30 p.m. at his suburban California home, Kevin said.
Here are some of the best Halloween light show spectaculars, including 2011's Party Rock.