Though it may not be Christmas, it’s never too early to put on a light show for your neighbors to enjoy, and these five amazing examples show just what one creative geek has done for Halloween these past two years. Continue reading to see them all.

1. LMFAO – Party Rock Anthem

4 singing pumpkin faces, tombstones, hand carved pumpkins, strobes, floods and thousands of lights. Most all lights have been changed from incandescent to RGB LED so power consumption is a lot less than previous years. Also DMX added to show. All lights, faces and props are custom made (DIY) by me except for the roof line which are CCRs. Controlling channels have gone up 8X from last year. 1144 channels.

2. This is Halloween – The Night Before Christmas

This one is for you all that sent me lots of messages stating you wanted to see the NBC song from the movie. Oh, dont mind my girl running out of the house…I didnt notice until after I was done filming.

3. Thriller – Michael Jackson

4 singing pumpkin faces, tombstones, hand carved and blow mold pumpkins, strobes, floods and thousands of lights. Light-O-Rama 140 channels.

4. Monster Mash

Monster Mash” is a 1962 novelty song and the best-known song by Bobby “Boris” Pickett. The song was released as a single on Gary S. Paxton’s Garpax Records label in August 1962 along with a full-length LP called The Original Monster Mash, which contained several other monster-themed tunes. The “Monster Mash” single reached number one on the Billboard Hot 100 chart on October 20 of that year, just in time for Halloween.

5. Pump It – Black Eyed Peas

Pump It” is a song by The Black Eyed Peas that heavily incorporates music from the Dick Dale version of the song “Misirlou” (known by many for being featured in the Quentin Tarantino movie Pulp Fiction). “Misirlou” is a popular folk song of Greek origin, originally performed by the Michalis Patrinos rebetiko band in Athens, Greece 1927; but Nicholas Roubanis, who accredited himself as writer in a jazz version he recorded, was given writing credit on “Pump It.”