Reviewed by The Foywonder Starring Brian Hooks, Jud Taylor, Will Horneff, Antwon Tanner, Jonathan Chase, Aimee Garcia, Kyle Turley, Rutger Hauer Directed by Brian Hooks and Deon Taylor
I had the pleasure of first meeting Deon Taylor during my set visit for Dark Christmas in Sacramento in December, 2009. What struck me initially is that the writer/director/producer was a lot like this scribe, just an all-around movie geek with a love for the horror genre.
In anticipation of its upcoming February 9th release, Deon Taylor Enterprises sent Dread Central some exclusive teaser clips from Dead Tone to get you fiends in the mood for some murder!
A couple of flicks we've been talking about for quite some time are finally hitting store shelves this week including the animated Dante's Inferno, the long-awaited Dead Tone (formerly known as 7eventy 5ive) from directors Brian Hooks and Deon Taylor, and the three-disc exploitation extravaganza known as Shock Festival from Stephen Romano (with a couple of commentaries from our own Uncle Creepy).
On February 9th Screen Media Films is releasing writer/director Deon Taylor’s latest horror flick Dead Tone, which enjoyed a successful limited theatrical run earlier this year, onto DVD. Dead Tone is part of Taylor’s Nite Tales series and is his first full-length horror title under the banner.
It’s not often that you get an opportunity to talk extensively with both Bud Bundy and the Candyman all in one day. But that was just one of the treats from this writer’s visit to the set of Dark Christmas, which appropriately lensed last week in Sacramento.
Deon Taylor is churning out lots of projects lately. The director of Nite Tales and the upcoming Dark Christmas and Chain Letter has another film ready to hit DVD on February 9th from Screen Media, a little thriller known as Dead Tone.
Ever see a little anthology film called Nite Tales? It was the one that starred Flava Flav introducing tales of carnage Crypt Keeper style. Though Flav nearly crippled the movie (boy did he come close), what made it work was the passion of director Deon Taylor. We've got the skinny on another project from Taylor that's been kicking around for a while now.