Interesting, but you'd need a fair amount of cast members for the zombie to cover that area. I have to wonder if it's really feasible.
Would be interesting but amazingly expensive unless they hire undocumented workers as zombies lol.
I would Love love this. Hell just wall in east Detroit and you are good to go. I went to a concert a little while back and made reservations at a hotel before doing a little research. Well lets just say it made the Bates motel seem like a 4 star resort.
Here is a write up of the hotel. detroitblog » Blog Archive » In and out
You know your thread is off topic when it's too off topic for the off topic forum. Sheesh... I didn't even know this part of the forum existed.
I saw on the news that entire neighborhoods are empty up there and the mayor wants to shut off utilities to that area. Detroit could make cash renting those areas to post apocalyptic movie productions and this sort of amusement park. Just keep the buildings safe enough not to hurt folks but still look run down and everything overgrown and you're set to go.
There are blocks and blocks with only one or two occupied household. Transients and addicts move in (squatters) until the building is condemmed and then bulldozed.
Believe it or not, they 'd probably have to raze the structures and build brand new insurance liability friendly ruined buildings. I can't see this actually coming to pass. It would be like dropping a side of beef into a piranha tank.
Sounds fun, but I want to know how the participants would be allowed to reduce the zombie population. Hordes of the undead all wearing paintball goggles would look silly, but that's what they'd need for my participation.
Sadly you'd also have the transients and addicts not to happy about folks being around, i bet gangs would also move into the area as the cops wouldn't bother going out there. Then you'd end up with more real cannibal attacks. Should just tear all those empty areas up and turn it into farm land or something useful.
Maybe instead of goggles, they could wear welding-mask flip-up masks, but more discrete. Enmasse, I'm sure it would get the illusion across. Safety first!! .... Naw, safety sucks, but not as much as a pile of law suites.