director Lawrence D. Foldes
I bet if Herschell Gordon Lewis ever saw Don’t Go Near The Park he would have been proud and/or envious. Ray Dennis Steckler would have loved it.
“My mom got pregnant all by herself.”
“Brothers don’t go around feeling up their sisters.”
Cannibals and cavemen, runaways and Aldo Ray. And incest. All in and around late 70’s Los Angeles for a story spanning 16,000 years.
Lawrence D. Foldes dreamed it up. Lawrence D. Foldes filmed it.
So accidentally brilliant, Don’t Go Near the Park transcends levels of general badness cracking through to the sublime.