Don't Go Near the Park
|Don't Go Near the Park|
Don't Go Near the Park US DVD cover
|Directed by||Lawrence D. Foldes|
|Produced by||Lawrence D. Foldes|
|Written by||Linwood Chase
Lawrence D. Foldes
|Edited by||Dan Perry|
|Distributed by||Cardinal IV Film Distributors|
|Running time||80 mins|
Don't Go Near the Park (also known as Curse of the Living Dead, Nightstalker and Sanctuary for Evil) is a 1981 American horror film directed by Lawrence D. Foldes. The film gained notoriety when it was successfully prosecuted in the UK and placed on the video nasty list.
After being cursed by their mother, a caveman brother and sister are forced to live their lives by preying on young people in a park and devouring their entrails in order to stay young. After 12,000 years of killing they attempt to lift the curse and become immortal by finding a virgin's soul they can sacrifice, with the brother fathering a daughter for that purpose.
Allmovie wrote, "There are movies that are bad and then there are movies so bad they are mindblowing. Don't Go Near the Park is a perfect fit in the latter category." The film was reviewed by The Cinema Snob.
- Aldo Ray as Taft
- Meeno Peluce as Nick
- Tamara Taylor as Bondi
- Barbara Monker as Patty / Tra / Griffith's Wife / Petranella
- Crackers Phinn as Mark / Gar
- Linnea Quigley as Bondi's Mother
- Chris Riley as Cowboy
- Donald Guarisco. "Don't Go Near the Park (1981)". Allmovie. Retrieved 14 June 2012.
- Brad Jones. "Don't Go Near the Park". thecinemasnob.com. Retrieved 1 July 2012.
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