Christmas may be over, but that doesn't mean that you can't watch some awesome, unique and entertaining Christmas light shows.

With lots of flicker and flash and background music ranging from the classic rock group Trans-Siberian Orchestra to the "Frozen" soundtrack to "Gangnam Style," be prepared to celebrate Christmas all over again.

Here are the 10 best Christmas lights shows on YouTube.

"Frozen" Medley by Dennington Decor

You read that right: A light show synchronized to a medley of songs from the popular 2013 Disney blockbuster and father-daughter karaoke favorite "Frozen."

The songs "Do You Want To Build a Snowman," "For the First Time in Forever," "Love is an Open Door," "In Summer" and, of course, "Let It Go" are featured. Get obsessed with Elsa and company all over again!

Dubstep and Top 40 Hits Remix by Delaney Christmas

If you ever wondered what it would be like to combine dubstep and today's top 40 hits into one awesome light show -- wait no longer!

Featuring hit songs "All About That Bass" by Meghan Trainor, "Hall Of Fame" by The Script and and "Shake It Off" by Taylor Swift, this light show is both modern and fun to watch.

Mr. Grinch Christmas by Nevada Christmas

The town of Minden, Nevada, is home to the quintessential lights show devoted to the song "You're a Mean One, Mr. Grinch" from the classic Christmas movie "How The Grinch Stole Christmas."

Featuring the green Dr. Seuss character himself as shown on a screen inside of a wreath of green lights, this lights show is a unique one that you shouldn't miss!

Best of "Star Wars" Music by Tom BetGeorge

For all of you "Star Wars" fanatics out there (and even those who aren't), this light show features the best of the Oscar-winning score produced by renowned composer John Williams.

As featured on the ABC TV show "The Great Christmas Light Fight," this light show is definitely a "force" to be reckoned with.

"A Christmas Rock Medley" Show by Western Mall

Located in the Western Mall in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, this light show set to "A Christmas Rock Medley" by Richard Campbell has the dual purpose of entertainment and charity.

Besides delighting viewers with plenty of flash and various types of light displays, the show raises money every year to make children's dreams come true through the Make-a-Wish Foundation in South Dakota.

"National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation" Show by Lights On Ice Crystal

Can a light show be both entertaining and funny? The answer is yes thanks to a lights show produced by Lights On Ice Crystal.

Featuring the funniest dialogue of the classic Christmas movie "National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation" and the "Hallelujah Chorus" from the equally funny movie "Dumb and Dumber," this show is both full of flicker and full of laughs.

"Gangnam Style" and "The Christmas Song" Show in Queen Creek, Arizona

A true Christmas lights show list wouldn't be the same without featuring the Trans-Siberian Orchestra.

Featuring "The Christmas Song" by Trans-Siberian Orchestra as well as the ever-popular "Gangnam Style" by Psy, this show starts off traditional and ends much more different than any other lights show out there on the Internet.

"Let It Go" Show by Larsen Lights

Most of today's Christmas lights shows nowadays are set to the memorable songs from "Frozen," but this one by Larsen Lights is definitely one of the coolest ones to watch.

Idina Menzel belts out the popular song "Let It Go" to a lights display that features, among other aspects, a snowflake snake, 2,400 strobes, 26 cosmic ribbons, 16 dancing hoops and over 900 channels of Light-O-Rama programming.

"Snoopy's Christmas" Show in Laguna Hills, California

The popular "Peanuts" character and everyone's favorite beagle Snoopy is the main attraction of this light show in Orange County, California.

Set to "Snoopy's Christmas" by The Royal Guardsmen, the show features a plethora of LED lights as well as a 30-foot tall Snoopy that appears flying across the front of the house.

"Wizards of Winter" in Yucaipa, California

Technically, this isn't a Christmas lights show with a house, but you have to admit that one with an entire neighborhood of houses is so much better!

A neighborhood in Yucaipa, California, synchronized their lights to Trans-Siberian Orchestra's "Wizards of Winter" and a bird's eye view of the entire show is definitely very cool to watch.