Topic: Favourite Films In Rank by Director

I thought it would be cool to rank all the films of the genres most prolific directors. Here is my rankings. Add any other directors I have missed if you want. I didn't include Jesus Franco in my own rankings cause I havent seen any of his film yet.

Romero

Day of The Dead
Night of The Dead
Dawn of The Dead

Umberto Lenzi

Only seen Cannibal Ferox

Ruggero Deodato

Only seen Cannibal Holocaust

Tobe Hooper

Only seen TCM 74

Sam Riami

Evil Dead 1
Evil Dead 2
Army of Darkness
Drag Me To Hell

John Carpenter

The Thing
Christine
They Live
Vampires
Halloween
In The Mouth of Madness

Fred Dekker

Night of The Creeps
Monster Squad

Lucio Fulci

Zombie
Don't Torture A Duckling
City of The Living Dead
The Beyond

Argento

Tenenbrae
Suspiria
Phenomena

Mario Bava

Black Sabbath
Black Sunday
Bay of Blood
Blood and Black Lace
Baron Blood

Del Toro

The Devils Backbone
Pan's Labrinyth
Cronos

Roger Corman

The Fall of The House of Usher
Pit and The Pendulum
The Raven
Humanoids FromThe Deep

Terence Fisher

Curse of Frankenstein
Revenge of Frankenstein
Dracula
The Devil Rides Out

James Whale

Bride of Frankenstein
The Old Dark House
The Invisible Man
Frankenstein

Cronenberg

Shivers
The Fly
Rabid
Videodrome

Hitchcock

Pyscho
The Birds

Wes Craven

NOES (1984)
The People Under The Stairs
Scream
Last House on The Left

Jaume Belaguaro

Sleep Tight
Rec
Rec 2
Darkness

Jacque Tourner

Cat People (1942)
I Walked With A Zombie

Joseph Zito

Friday the 13th Part 4
The Prowler

Alexandre Aja

The Hills Have Eyes
Switchblade Romance

Jee-woon Kim

I Saw The Devil
Tale of Two Sisters

Chan-wook Park

Stoker
Oldboy

Hideo Nakata

Dark Water
Ringu

Robert Rodriquez

Dusk Till Dawn
Planet Terror
Sin City
The Faculty
Machete

Tod Browning

Freaks
Dracula

Last edited by Vasquez (2013-04-29 17:01:01)

Re: Favourite Films In Rank by Director

Oh, Lordy.  I've seen too many movies by each of these directors to rank each of them.  I'd be here all night. lol  What I will do is give you my favorite film from each. smile

Romero: Dawn of the Dead
Lenzi: Seven Bloodstained Orchids
Deodato: House on the Edge of the Park
Hooper: TCM
Raimi: Evil Dead
Carpenter: Halloween
Dekker: Night of the Creeps
Fulci: Zombie
Argento: Tenebrae
M. Bava: Shock (aka Beyond the Door 2)
Del Toro: The Devil's Backbone
Corman: X - The Man with X-Ray Eyes
Fisher: The Curse of the Werewolf
Whale: Frankenstein
Cronenberg: A History of Violence
Hitchcock: Psycho
Craven: A Nightmare on Elm Street
Belaguaro: I actually haven't seen any of his films yet
Tourneur: The Comedy of Terrors
Zito: Friday the 13th, The Final Chapter
Aja: Haute Tension
Kim: Oldboy
Park: I Saw the Devil
Hideo: Ringu
Rodriguez: Once Upon a Time in Mexico

Re: Favourite Films In Rank by Director

Cool thread idea, I'll throw my 2 cents in. As far as I know The Devil Inside had nothing to do with Raimi, did you mean Drag Me To Hell? Also added a few directors I thought deserved a spot.


Romero

Night of the Living Dead
Day of the Dead/Creepshow (too hard to choose, so sue me)
Dawn of the Dead
Diary of the Dead
The Crazies
Two Evil Eyes
Land of the Dead

Ruggero Deodato

Only seen Cannibal Holocaust

Tobe Hooper

TCM
Masters of Horror: The Damned Thing
Poltergeist
Salem's Lot
Master's of Horror: Dance of the Dead

Sam Riami

Evil Dead 1
Evil Dead 2
Army of Darkness
Drag Me To Hell

John Carpenter

The Thing
Halloween
Masters of Horror: Cigarette Burns
In The Mouth of Madness
The Fog
Halloween 3: Seasons of the Witch
Halloween 2
Masters of Horror: Pro-Life
Vampires

Fred Dekker

Only seen Night of The Creeps

Lucio Fulci

The Beyond
City of The Living Dead
Zombie (Zombi 2)
The New York Ripper
Black Cat
Manhattan Baby
The House by the Cemetery (only have a dubbed version and the kids voice kills me)

Dario Argento

Suspiria
Deep Red
Inferno
Opera
Tenebre
Mother of Tears
Masters of Horror: Pelts
Two Evil Eyes
The Cat O' Nine Tails
Phenomena
Trauma
Stendahl Syndrome
Masters of Horror: Jenifer


Mario Bava

Black Sabbath
Black Sunday
Shock
Lisa and the Devil
I Vampiri

Guillermo Del Toro

Don't really consider him horror (or haven't seen his horror movies), love his works though.

Roger Corman

The Masque of the Red Death
Tales of Terror
A Bucket of Blood
Pit and The Pendulum
The Fall of The House of Usher
The Haunted Palace
Premature Burial
Creature from the Haunted Sea


Terence Fisher

The Devils Rides Out
Curse of Frankenstein
Dracula: Prince of Darkness
Dracula

James Whale

Frankenstein
The Invisible Man
Bride of Frankenstein
The Old Dark House

David Cronenberg

Videodrome
The Brood
The Fly
Scanners
Dead Ringers
Existenz
Rabid
Spider

Hitchcock

I don't really watch Hitchcock, though I've seen Psycho it's been so long it's hard to remember it well. I can remember the crapfest that was the remake better.

Wes Craven

NOES (1984)
Last House on The Left
Scream
The Hills Have Eyes
New Nightmare
People Under the Stairs
The Serpent and the Rainbow
Scream 2
Shocker
Night Mare on Elm Street 2

Jaume Belaguaro

Only seen Rec

Jacques Tourneur

Cat People (1942)
Night of the Demon
I Walked With A Zombie

Joseph Zito

Only seen The Prowler

Alexandre Aja

The Hills Have Eyes
Piranha
High Tension

Jee-woon Kim

Only seen Tale of Two Sisters

Chan-wook Park

Oldboy
Sympathy for Lady Vengeance

Hideo Nakata

Only seen Dark Water

Robert Rodriquez

Planet Terror
Dusk Till Dawn
(Don't really consider the rest horror)

Lamberto Bava

Demons
Demons 2
Macabre

Michele Soavi

The Church
Stagefright: Aquarius
Cemetery Man

Amando de Ossorio

Tombs of the Blind Dead
Night of the Seagulls
Return of the Blind Dead
The Ghost Galleon

Tod Browning

Dracula
Freaks
The Devil-Doll
Mark of the Vampire

Re: Favourite Films In Rank by Director

Theli wrote:

Cool thread idea, I'll throw my 2 cents in. As far as I know The Devil Inside had nothing to do with Raimi, did you mean Drag Me To Hell? Also added a few directors I thought deserved a spot.


Romero

Night of the Living Dead
Day of the Dead/Creepshow (too hard to choose, so sue me)
Dawn of the Dead
Diary of the Dead
The Crazies
Two Evil Eyes
Land of the Dead

Ruggero Deodato

Only seen Cannibal Holocaust

Tobe Hooper

TCM
Masters of Horror: The Damned Thing
Poltergeist
Salem's Lot
Master's of Horror: Dance of the Dead

Sam Riami

Evil Dead 1
Evil Dead 2
Army of Darkness
Drag Me To Hell

John Carpenter

The Thing
Halloween
Masters of Horror: Cigarette Burns
In The Mouth of Madness
The Fog
Halloween 3: Seasons of the Witch
Halloween 2
Masters of Horror: Pro-Life
Vampires

Fred Dekker

Only seen Night of The Creeps

Lucio Fulci

The Beyond
City of The Living Dead
Zombie (Zombi 2)
The New York Ripper
Black Cat
Manhattan Baby
The House by the Cemetery (only have a dubbed version and the kids voice kills me)

Dario Argento

Suspiria
Deep Red
Inferno
Opera
Tenebre
Mother of Tears
Masters of Horror: Pelts
Two Evil Eyes
The Cat O' Nine Tails
Phenomena
Trauma
Stendahl Syndrome
Masters of Horror: Jenifer


Mario Bava

Black Sabbath
Black Sunday
Shock
Lisa and the Devil
I Vampiri

Guillermo Del Toro

Don't really consider him horror (or haven't seen his horror movies), love his works though.

Roger Corman

The Masque of the Red Death
Tales of Terror
A Bucket of Blood
Pit and The Pendulum
The Fall of The House of Usher
The Haunted Palace
Premature Burial
Creature from the Haunted Sea


Terence Fisher

The Devils Rides Out
Curse of Frankenstein
Dracula: Prince of Darkness
Dracula

James Whale

Frankenstein
The Invisible Man
Bride of Frankenstein
The Old Dark House

David Cronenberg

Videodrome
The Brood
The Fly
Scanners
Dead Ringers
Existenz
Rabid
Spider

Hitchcock

I don't really watch Hitchcock, though I've seen Psycho it's been so long it's hard to remember it well. I can remember the crapfest that was the remake better.

Wes Craven

NOES (1984)
Last House on The Left
Scream
The Hills Have Eyes
New Nightmare
People Under the Stairs
The Serpent and the Rainbow
Scream 2
Shocker
Night Mare on Elm Street 2

Jaume Belaguaro

Only seen Rec

Jacques Tourneur

Cat People (1942)
Night of the Demon
I Walked With A Zombie

Joseph Zito

Only seen The Prowler

Alexandre Aja

The Hills Have Eyes
Piranha
High Tension

Jee-woon Kim

Only seen Tale of Two Sisters

Chan-wook Park

Oldboy
Sympathy for Lady Vengeance

Hideo Nakata

Only seen Dark Water

Robert Rodriquez

Planet Terror
Dusk Till Dawn
(Don't really consider the rest horror)

Lamberto Bava

Demons
Demons 2
Macabre

Michele Soavi

The Church
Stagefright: Aquarius
Cemetery Man

Amando de Ossorio

Tombs of the Blind Dead
Night of the Seagulls
Return of the Blind Dead
The Ghost Galleon

Tod Browning

Dracula
Freaks
The Devil-Doll
Mark of the Vampire

You are indeed right I did get The Devil Inside and Drag Me To Hell mixed up. Facepalm!