I think they were portrayed in quite a tragic light, with the documentary focusing heavily on 'sad' back stories that caused them to turn to roller coasters for solace and escapism. Personally I don't see this as an accurate depiction as it misses out the more prominent fun-loving hedonistic side of coaster enthusiasm. I assume it was edited to come across like this to try and force some emotion into the programme.Some people are complaining that the enthusiast community were portrayed in a bad light in the documentary, but I personally think that enthusiasts were portrayed just fine myself!
This drove me up the wall. Would it have been so hard to take some on site audio of the rides to at least get a bit of variation, rather than the same rollercoaster tycoon audio clip playing over and over.Stock Rollercoaster Tycoon screams every thirty seconds?
Did you miss the part about Megafobia Mark's son being dangerously ill when he was a baby!?apart from Megafobia Mark every enthusiast was into coasters to escape from something horrific in their lives.
Haha a difficult task expertly executed!they made enthusiasts look even more tragic than is in fact the case.