It's close to midnight and something evil's lurking in the dark ... gangnam style!
Yes, that's the amazing thrilling mini flash mob combo that hundreds of Los Gatos Halloween revelers got Wednesday evening at 223 Tait Ave.
For the third year, Kathy Koga and partner Don Fox dressed up as zombies for Fright Night, along with friends Ray Klopp, Jennifer hunter, April Reynolds and Kate Jacobi.
They set up a stage outside their one-story home and re-enacted Michael Jackson's Thriller every 15 minutes on the hour, starting at 5 p.m. and ending at 9:30 p.m. But the big surprise this year is that they also danced to South Korean pop artist PSY's catchy tune Gangnam Style.
The street continued to attract visitors, becoming the center stage for a Halloween multiple-block party town residents and their children absolutely enjoy.
Trick-or-treating was happening from Main to Bachman avenues and then singing and dancing to Thriller and Gangnam Style.
Last year, Fox and Koga gave away 3,000 pieces of candy to all the pirates, ghosts, fairies, ninjas, princesses, cats, witches and other unholy creatures that stopped by their house to see the performance.