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This Thursday, Oct. 12, 2017 photo shows a replica four-legged All Terrain Armored Transport, or AT-AT walker in Parma, Ohio. Owner Nick Meyer tells Cleveland.com he used wood, hard foam and plastic barrels. He says he enjoys the "Star Wars" movies but isn't a fanatic and simply thought the display would be unique. (Patrick Cooley/The Plain Dealer-Cleveland.com via AP)

SALT LAKE CITY — The Force is strong with this one.

Nick Meyer of Parma, Ohio, decided to make his Halloween front-yard decorations out of this world by building a huge AT-AT Walker outside his home, according to the Associated Press.

Meyer started working on the decoration in April, which means it took him close to six months to complete the project.

The AT-AT Walker — made famous in the 1980 film “The Empire Strikes Back” — measures 19 feet tall and is built from foam, plywood and plastic.

This Thursday, Oct. 12, 2017 photo shows a replica four-legged All Terrain Armored Transport, or AT-AT walker in Parma, Ohio. | Patrick Cooley, The Plain Dealer

He said he spent close to $1,500 on the project, spending 10 hours every weekend to build it.

Meyer said he modeled it after an AT-AT Walker toy.

Meyer and his wife, Becky Meyer, said hundreds of people have visited their home to check out the walker, according to The Associated Press. Many people will take selfies outside the tall Imperial machine.

“The people who go a little overboard while decorating for Halloween are the ones who make it awesome for everyone else,” Mashable wrote about the front-yard decoration.

The Meyers said the project was all worth it because of their love for Halloween.

"We like to do it up big if we can," his wife said. "I just so happened to find a husband that loves it too."

To make matters even cuter, Becky and Nick Meyer will dress up as Star Wars characters — Becky as Darth Vader and Nick as Princess Leia.