Latching on to the “Gangnam Style” bandwagon, the house sets a pretty awesome light show complete with singing Jack-O-Lantern light displays to the K-Pop anthem. It wasn’t just an overnight decision, however. Brandon Bullis, who lives in the home, told the Washington Post that this light setup took roughly a year to install, and the computer programming was made possible using Light-O-Rama. He chose “Gangnam Style” as part of his musical list only recently.
Since the video of the suburban home playing the “Gangnam Sytle” light show was uploaded on October 17, watchers have contributed more than 400,000 views. For those convinced that “Gangnam Style” has jumped the shark, don’t worry. Bullis also has 13 other songs and animations on display, including Halloween favorites like “Monster Mash” and “Ghostbusters.”
While the “Gangnam Style” house has been getting a lot of attention, it still needs about 9 million more views to beat the “Party Rock” Halloween house from California. Do you think they’ll beat that? Check them out below, and tell us what you think in the comments section.