When I was a kid, my fellow baby boomers went for Halloween in a big way, going house to house trick-or-treating. We might not go for that particular pastime anymore, but we love this day even more than ever now that we’re adults. When we’re not getting dressed up in costumes (or, has become increasingly the norm for some in decidedly scanty outfits, undressed in costumes), our houses become elements of our fantasies.
If you’re going to go in for that, I think, you might as well go all the way. Attention to detail has to be the norm. No half measures. This particular house, only a couple of blocks from me in my hometown, Englewood, NJ, does the job, I’d say, wouldn’t you?