On one hand, I kind of understand the bashing-in of the humans heads being a bit too much for someone, but to call it quits? You watch 6 seasons of a gore-filled show about zombies with almost endless grotesque scenes (it's supposed to be like that, btw), but then give up after all that bc someone gets their head caved in?
I just don't get it. What did you expect from a show like this?
Like I said, I totally understand someone not wanting to watch it, but if thats enough for someone to stop watching the show for good on the spot like that, after already watching 6 seasons of gore, you would think they never would have watched it to begin with....
If you can't see the different between zombie violence and human on human violence, then you might be the one who needs perspective.
TBH i think you're being a little harsh, and i gotta back lifeboy up a bit.
I don't see it that way at all, and i'm pretty much a pacifist.
not to beat a dead horse here, but this is a TV show. it is art. It is fiction. none of it is real. so zombie, human, alien, whathaveyou...we are viewing something that IS NOT REAL.
qualifiying zombie violence vs human violence is only relevant if we are comapraing them on the premise that zombies ARE real, IE within the fiction of the show.
To play devil's advocate to your quip I'd say if YOu can't detach fiction from reality than... maybe you need perspective.
Like i said already, scenes like Noah getting his face eaten off were much more disturbing to me.
OF course if i was walking down the street in real life and i saw someone getting their head bashed in by another person it would be horrible, but TBH if i saw my friend gettin ghis face eaten off it would be worse...but that wouldnt happen BECAUSE it was real life, NOT TV,
thats all i got, i cant think of any other way of explaining this point.