Remember National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation where Chevy Chase's master plan to have the best light show in the neighborhood was an epic fail? It's not easy having the best lights on the block, but one Southern California family brought the Christmas lights out early this year for a Halloween light spectacle set to LMFAO's Party Rock Anthem that will blow your mind.
While the rest of us settle for spider webs, jack-o-lanterns and buckets of candy, one family went out of its way to fright and delight.
Nearly 69 percent of Americans say they intend to celebrate Halloween this Monday, Oct. 31, according to a survey from the National Retail Federation. That's the highest number in the survey's nine-year history.
Nearly half of those celebrating will decorate their homes and-or yards, and each will spend an average of roughly $72 on decorations, costumes, and sweets.
Needless to say, this family spent a good deal more.
The Party Rock Anthem Halloween light show racked up nearly 1 million views in its first 48 hours online. It not only sets the bar for Halloween decorations, it sets a new standard.
Yet, these singing pumpkins are not a one trick pony. Not only do they light up the night with Party Rock Anthem, they also scare with the seasonal classic This is Halloween from The Nightmare Before Christmas.
The setup consists of four pumpkin faces that sing and rap alongside glowing tombstones, hand-carved pumpkins, strobes, floods, and thousands of dancing lights.
According to YouTube user KJ92508, all lights, faces and props are custom-made except for the roof line, and the lights are RGB LED to minimize power consumption (and prevent a truly frightening electric bill)!
One can only guess what they have in store for next year!
For those who are crazy about Party Rock Anthem, make sure the check out the equally frightening North Korea Party Rock Anthem ft. Kim John II.