Intermission: Party Rockers, Halloween Edition

Prep for this weekend's festivities with an elaborate home light show, complete with pumpkins, set to LMFAO's "Party Rock Anthem."


Here's a Halloween treat with lots of tricks. This home light show set to LMFAO's most recent fist pumper, "Party Rock Anthem," is an amazing technological feat. According to the creator's YouTube page, all of the pumpkins are hand-carved, the light-up faces and props are DIY creations, and there are thousands of LED lights involved. The result is so perfectly timed, it's spooky.

For more traditional holiday fun, check out the same home decked out for "This is Halloween" from Tim Burton's Nightmare Before Christmas.

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