There are few things in life more chilling than early 80s pop music and nobody knows that better than former Walt Disney Imagineer Ric Turner. This year, Turner, who traditionally rigs up his home with lights sync’d to music for both Halloween and the Christmas season, returns with another rendition of Guitar Hero which he first introduced during the 2009 holiday season.
Set to the tune of ‘Freeze Frame’ by the J. Geils Band, the house becomes a fully functioning game of Guitar Hero (there is a console/screen version set up as well which players may opt to use) with the assistance of a smattering of jack o’lanterns who light up in time with the music.
You may also want to revisit Ric’s 2009 standalone Halloween spectacular set to Thomas Dolby’s ‘Hyperactive!’ which you can see here.
You can take the boy out of the Osborne Lights, but you can’t take the Osborne Lights out of former Walt Disney Imagineer Ric Turner who has made it a tradition to turn his home into a lights and musical spectacle for the Christmas season as well as Halloween. (Turner now operates as a consultant for WDI).
Below is a video of Ric’s 2009 holiday display which scales up the popular video game Guitar Hero.
Be sure to check out Ric’s other YouTube videos including his 2009 Halloween spectacle in which onlookers were serenaded by a 12 foot tall jack’o'lantern (face).