Using over eight thousand lights and more than two thousand channels of computer animation, one man's house did something extra spectacular for Halloween.
46-year-old Brandon Bullis decorated his house and front yard with purple, blue and green colored lights and then programmed the entire thing to rap Macklemore's upbeat tune, "Downtown."
And we're absolutely 100 percent blown away.
While the front yard decor lights up in sync with all the song's instrumentals, faces appear on the windows of the house to "sing" the song. The middle, largest face imitates Macklemore rapping while the smaller side faces serve as background singers.
Moreover, The Huffington Post reports that Bullis says he and "his family have put out a donation box outside their display to raise money for the Johns Hopkins Children's Center. Over the past two years, they have raised $10,000 for the cause."
The Johns Hopkins Children's Center "offers one of the most comprehensive pediatric medical programs in the country," and donations to the center can be designated to an array of areas, such as Adolescent Medicine, the Children's Miracle Network, the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, and the Cystic Fibrosis Center, among many others.
We think Bullis' "Halloween Light Show" is the perfect way to celebrate the holiday while encouraging others to support a well-deserving charity.
Be sure to watch the epic, full video below:
(H/T: The Huffington Post)