"Squid Game" will no doubt be the most popular choice for Halloween this year, but it's already proving to be an incredible popular choice for decoration.
A New Hampshire teen decided to go all out with his Halloween decorations inspired by the Netflix series, and more specifically the harrowing first game the participants play.
Justin Holt is an 18-year-old from Manchester created an elaborate light display featuring the creepy robot doll from the first episode of the Korean survival drama. When trick or treaters walk by, they will be greeted by the familiar tones of "Red light...Green light."
Holt said displays like these aren't difficult to create, but they can be rather expensive. This one, in particular, hovered around $20,000, but the teen said he was just inspired by the show.
He told the New York Post, "We usually don’t do a Halloween show, but I saw "Squid Game" about two weeks ago and loved it."
It’s pretty simple, actually. When it’s time to wake-up, the head of the heroine turns toward the bed and fires away.
It also features sounds from the game which allows for an immersive gaming experience.