Elaborate 'Star Wars' Christmas Lights Display Draws Crowds to House

It's a Christmas extravaganza.

This extravagant Star Wars Christmas light display in Texas is wowing people across the U.S.

Matt Johnson, the owner of Living Light Shows in San Antonio, designed the display using 15,000 lights on a neighborhood home with his wife.

He did a similar spectacle for his own house in 2015, but it was shut down after it drew too much car and foot traffic, much to the chagrin of his local homeowner's association.

"We shut down after 2 weeks and decided if we ever did another residential light show it could not be at our house but had to be at a venue that could support the traffic flow and provide a large area for people to congregate," Johnson told InsideEdition.com.

So this year, they set up the display at a different home that Johnson’s wife reportedly spotted while running one day. The couple thought it’d be a perfect location for their over-the-top light show.

And in the spirit of the Star Wars, which hits theaters Friday, the presentation borrows elements of the space epic, from the "Imperial March" to images of Darth Vader.

Johnson told the paper he thinks people are tired of old static light displays, so they are doing the next best thing. 

The display runs every night between 6 p.m. and 10 p.m. until New Year's Day.