Originally Posted by ImmortalSlasher
I don't know if this is a good idea. I remember going to a haunted house once and they tried to scare this one guy. The guy ended up punching the person a few times.
Ugh. I blame politicians for this (they're easy targets
Actually, this is a really weird problem in America right now. People keep thinking they've been through 'nam when... the most horrifying thing that's likely to have happened to most average young American males is some embarrassing thing they've done ends up being recorded and posted to YouTube. And I don't exactly see the psychological kneejerk, Jenny Jones reaction to that. Nor am I sure culture-of-fear arguments could excuse suggesting young people have been programmed to react that way.
On paper, this place sounds like a great idea. If people want survival horror and continue to flock to "realistic" themed horror films- why not just live a version of it? Make it like paintballing. (Why don't more people paintball? Too expensive?)