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Top 10 Horror Directors
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The Fragile Art of Existence

Stuart Gordon - Re-Animator, From Beyond and Dagon. You rule, man. Please make another classic soon thx
Live in Eindhoven

David Cronenrbeg - Ow, my body.
Live in L.A.: Death & Raw

Tobe Hooper - The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Salem’s Lot AND Poltergeist? Hot damn, son. Chill out with that winning streak.
The Sound of Perseverance

Roman Polanski - Terrible personal life aside, Repulsion, The Tenant and of course the perfect Rosemary’s Baby earns this man a spot on this list.

Sam Rami - This may seem strange that he’s not at the top, considering he directed two of my favorite horror films of all time, but he didn’t really stick to horror past that so it’s hard for me to place him above the absolute biggest legends in the game. Still, he deserves a spot for Evil Dead trilogy (and some Ash vs Evil Dead episodes) and to a lesser extent Drag Me To Hell.
Individual Thought Patterns

Dario Argento - The king of giallo horror. One of the most visually striking directors in any genre, this man almost always combines that direction with genuine scares, a compelling mystery and fascinating murder sequences. Hurray for Dario!

George A. Romero - How many directors can say that they directed a perfect trilogy? Not many, I imagine, except for this sexy man right here. All three Dead movies are not only beyond entertaining, but they are also incredibly smart and totally unique on their own. Also, Creepshow and The Crazies m/
Spiritual Healing

Alfred Hitchcock - More of a man of suspense than pure horror, this man is probably the most important man in film on this entire list. With classics like Psycho, The Birds, Rear Window, Strangers on a Train under his belt, it’s not hard to see why. This man just didn’t stop breaking conventions. A true master.

Wes Craven - My fucking boy
Scream Bloody Gore

John Carpenter - Halloween. The Thing. They Live, The Fog, In The Mouth of Madness. This man is a horror God. This man set in stone the rules for the slasher genre while creating one of the most iconic scores in cinema to go along with it. Afterwards, he continued to make near perfect, horrifying and intellectually stimulating films. All hail the master of horror.
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