Deon Taylor has another horror film in his arsenal.
In an interview with BlackFilmandTV.com, Taylor revealed he recently wrote and completed filming the COVID-19-centered horror film called Don’t Fear.
The Fear centers on a group of people who find themselves locked down at the lodge in the middle of a pandemic and while having to cope with spending extra time with each other, they find that maintaining their sanity and distance from one another proves to be harder than it seems.
TI, Joseph Sikora, Andrew “King Bach” Bachelor, Terrence J, Ruby Modine, Annie Ilonzeh, Iddo Goldberg, and Jessica Allain are all starring in the horror picture.
The movie was written and filmed inside the Strawberry Lodge, a ski resort near South Lake Tahoe during the pandemic.
The Fear isn’t the first time Taylor dabbed into the horror-thriller genre as he has quite a few horrors under his belt. His directorial debut was the 2007 slasher Dead Tone. As well as he directed the horror anthology film franchise Nite Tales. He also helmed the 2010 slasher Chain Letter and last year’s The Intruder. He also directed the Mike Epps-led horror-comedy Meet the Blacks which was a spook of The Purge.
The Fear is set to hit theaters sometime in 2021.