Halloween always blurs the lines between reality and fantasy. It’s the one day we play at everything spooky (while we avoid it the rest of the year) and girls dress in ways that’s judged on a day-to-day basis. It’s that one day of the year where we can have some good ol’ freaky fun.
So, it’s fitting that a guy named Neal Adams did an amazing Halloween light show using Robin Thicke‘s “Blurred Lines.” A dancing skeleton made from lights plays the part of Thicke while the scary pumpkin faces made with lights on his house do the featured parts.
There are no hotties to be found, however. Just skeletons popping out of their tombs in excitement. Watch the show above.
–Nadia Noir, AMP Radio Los Angeles