Filmmaker Deon Taylor brings a taste of Hollywood to KC

Deon Taylor (right) with at the KC premiere of The Intruder at Alamo Drafthouse.

This week, it’s a very special episode of Reel Hooligans. Host Tim English had a chance to attend the Kansas City premiere of The Intruder at Alamo Drafthouse. Afterwards, he was able to sit down with filmmaker Deon Taylor (Meet the Blacks, Traffik) to talk about The Intruder, Dennis Quaid, Deon’s influences, the wild ass reaction from the KC audience and what a brilliant movie Man on Fire (2004) is.

The Intruder starring Michael Ealy, Meagan Goode and Dennis Quaid hits theatres on May 3.
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Ep. 3.13: The One with Deon Taylor

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Tim has been reviewing movies professionally since 2012. Currently, he writes for in addition to his writing and hosting duties for and the Reel Hooligans podcast. He has been voting member of the Broadcast Film Critics Association since 2014, and currently sits as a board member for the Independent Filmmakers Coalition of Kansas City and the Kansas City Film Critics Circle as well as the founder of the Terror on the Plains Horror Festival.

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