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  • INFLUENCES

     

    B. Kliban

    Woody Allen

    Chuck Statler

    Mal Sharpe

    Rod Serling

    Saturday Night Live 1975-1980

    Monty Python

    Andy Kaufman

    Beatles in ‘Help’

    Red and Blue Albums

    DEVO

    The Cramps

    Jethro Tull

    Johnny Cash at San Quentin

    Jesus Christ Superstar

    James Bond films

    Russ Meyer

    How The Grinch Stole Christmas

    Cheech and Chong

    Frank Zappa

    Richard Pryor

    Joe Franklin
    ‘Washington G’ dorm at UofMD

    Albert Brooks

    Punk/New Wave

    John Waters

    Francis Ford Coppola

    Penelope Spheeris

    Martin Scorcese

    Stanley Kubrick

    The Langley Punks

    MAD Magazine

    National Lampoon

    Fantastic Four

    Rolling Stone in the mid 1970s

    WMUC at UofMD

    It’s a Mad Mad Mad Mad World

    Freaks

    The Texas Chainsaw Massacre

     

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    Washington DC-based director/producer Jeff Krulik has screened at the Museum of Modern Art, Lincoln Center, the American Film Institute and on PBS. His resume includes work for Errol Morris, Discovery Networks, and National Geographic Channel. His honors include guest filmmaker at the 48th Annual Robert Flaherty Film Seminar, participant in WGBH/PBS Producers Academy, and inaugural recipient for the Peter C. Rollins Award for Achievement in Documentary Film, given by the Popular Culture Association. His commissioned work includes a one-hour documentary on carnival sideshow history for The Travel Channel. Krulik is also co-producer of cult documentary 'Heavy Metal Parking Lot' which was turned into a reality TV series for pop culture network TRIO called Parking Lot.' Other documentaries include 'Hitler's Hat,' 'Ernest Borgnine on the Bus,' and the award winning 'I Created Lancelot Link.' In 2008, he produced the Emmy Award-winning documentary Eatin' Crabs for Maryland Public Television's Chesapeake Bay Week.

     

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THE EXPERIENCE RULED IN DC
by David Montgomery & Jeff Krulik
Washington Post Magazine

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30 Year Anniversary

Heavy Metal Picnic

On May 4, 1985, one of the greatest Maryland field parties of all time took place. Bands, Bikers and Beer for 48 hours straight.

 

It became known as the Heavy Metal Picnic

Ultimate Classic Rock pays posts tribute to Heavy Metal Parking Lot

Jeff on Dangerous Minds

Ernest Borgnine on the Bus

 

Heavy Metal Parking Lot on NBC Late Night

Heavy        metal picnic

Buy heavy metal picnic

 

The Story of Parking Lot: The TrioTV Series