VIDEO: Frozen Meets Christmas Vacation with Holiday Lights Synched to 'Let It Go'

The Storms family of Austin, Texas, has raised the bar for holiday light displays so high that even Clark Griswold would be impressed.

But, perhaps the most awesome aspect to this tribute to Frozen is the cost. While it might look like a million bucks, Christmas light maestro John Storms says the display costs roughly $6 to operate – for the entire season. How? It uses LED lights, not the traditional ones you see on most houses.

25 Life Lessons We Learned from National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation 25 Years Later

If you can believe it, Clark Griswold has been getting attacked by enraged squirrels for 25 years. It may be even harder to believe that this third Vacation movie opened to mediocre reviews on Dec. 1, 1989, because it’s become mandatory holiday viewing for millions of ’80s babies.

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