Actress and producer Alyshia Ochse may not be a name you immediately recognize, but we here at Dread Central feel like that’s going to change very soon. The up-and-comer recently appeared in the brand new pilot episode of Deon Taylor’s revamped “Nite Tales” series as well as horror short The Guest (which she also produced) that bowed online earlier this month.
Deon Taylor's been carving himself a nice little niche in our genre with his films Nite Tales, Chain Letter, etc., and now, along with producer Jamie Foxx, Taylor is looking to bring his anthology flavor to TV with an episodic version of "Nite Tales".
It’s not often we write articles about award-winning performers here on Dread Central, which makes this all the more exciting for yours truly. This past weekend Deon Taylor (Dead Tone, Chain Letter) invited Dread Central exclusively out to his set in Los Angeles to give us a look at the revamping of his Night Tales (previously Nite Tales) brand of horror.
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.
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.
I'm one of the many out there who were surprised by Deon Taylor's horror anthology Nite Tales (review here). Despite a few technical hiccups and a truly wretched performance from Flava Flav, the flick more than did its thing as far as being a competent little spooker. We just got word that Taylor's ready to start in on his latest flick -- Dark Christmas.
For those of you who caught the debut of the Flavor Flav-hosted anthology Nite Tales on BET last Halloween who have been anxiously awaiting more info about it, we have some good news. THR reports that Flav and filmmaker Deon Taylor announced on the eve of the NATPE Market & Conference that Nite Tales is becoming an anthology series!
You’ve been waiting for it; finally another film from the creative mind of Deon Taylor (producer of Chain Letter) is upon us; the sorta-anthology Nite Tales! I say “sorta” because there are only two stories here so I guess it’s more of a normal film broken up into two parts?