Just kidding on the title , well a little bit . I am a fan of how people really react to real , or what they perceive as being real. I think terror and fear really breaks down people to what they are truly made of and In our western society that terror and fear has been so very bleached from our real lives that the mere thought of something as gruesome as being eaten by zombies is looked upon by most as complete fiction , and for many a source of pure entertainment . I myself , and many others truly feel that the zombie culture isn't for entertainment , I believe its a subliminal training mechanism for the population , and if you aren't getting that message your fate is clear , some would say those left behind have it worse .
I would love to see a " show " where the people brought in were just regular everyday people , put in a isolated place thats been prepped for video/audio and its 100% undetectable . Lets say for example a remote group of cabins at a country club/resort etc etc etc. Props would be staged , of course any weapns around would have dummy bullets .
Maybe the group of people there could be " contest " winners . It would require a high budget , and the possibility of lawsuits or monetary payouts for physical and mental suffering would be high , but imagine a group of real people , in a isolated place , suddenly faced with the walking dead?
The entire scenario could be played out in many ways , at dinner the group could be told of a " accident " on the road in and police and fire department were working on the accident , and maybe the main power was cut and back up generators were having to be used . Then for 2 days and nights people come up missing , thumps in the dark and finally a zombie seige of the main house ends up ? who knows . I'd love to see the true reactions on their faces , who rises up , who folds like a accordian etc etc etc.....
Hell if the National Endowment For The Arts will give money to people who take pictures of female german shotputters fisting each other , surley my idea holds artistic merit .