The Top 10 Movie Directors

These are my personal 10 favorite directors
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1.
Alfred Hitchcock
Director, Psycho
Alfred Joseph Hitchcock was born in Leytonstone, Essex, England. He was the son of Emma Jane (Whelan; 1863 - 1942) and East End greengrocer William Hitchcock (1862 - 1914). His parents were both of half English and half Irish ancestry. He had two older siblings, William Hitchcock (born 1890) and Eileen Hitchcock (born 1892)...
“ Director of
Psycho
Vertigo
North by northwest

Underrated movie
The family plot ” - ribinfo
 
2.
Quentin Tarantino
Writer, Pulp Fiction
Quentin Jerome Tarantino was born in Knoxville, Tennessee. His father, Tony Tarantino, is an Italian-American actor and musician from New York, and his mother, Connie (McHugh), is a nurse from Tennessee. Quentin moved with his mother to Torrance, California, when he was four years old. In January of 1992...
“ Director of
Pulp fiction
Reservoir dogs
Inglourious Basterds

Underrated movie
Jackie Brown ” - ribinfo
 
3.
John Landis
John Landis began his career in the mail room of 20th Century-Fox. A high-school dropout, 18-year-old Landis made his way to Yugoslavia to work as a production assistant on Kelly's Heroes. Remaining in Europe, Landis found work as an actor, extra and stuntman in many of the Spanish/Italian "spaghetti" westerns...
“ Director of
An american werewolf in london
Blues brothers
Animal house

Underrated movie
Kentucky fried movie ” - ribinfo
 
4.
Sam Raimi
Writer, Spider-Man 3
Highly inventive U.S. film director/producer/writer/actor Sam Raimi first came to the attention of film fans with the savage, yet darkly humorous, low-budget horror film, The Evil Dead. From his childhood, Raimi was a fan of the cinema and, before he was ten-years-old, he was out making movies with an 8mm camera...
“ Director of
Evil dead Trilogy
Spiderman Trilogy
Drag me to hell

Underrated movie
A simple plan ” - ribinfo
 
5.
George A. Romero
George A. Romero never set out to become a Hollywood figure; however, by all indications, he was very successful. The helmer of the groundbreaking "Living Dead" films was born February 4, 1940 in New York City, New York, to a Cuban father and a Lithuanian-American mother. He grew up in NY, until attending the renowned Carnegie-Mellon University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania...
“ Director of
Night of the living dead
Dawn of the dead
Day of the dead

Underrated movie
Martin ” - ribinfo
 
6.
John Carpenter
Writer, Halloween
John Howard Carpenter was born in Carthage, New York, to mother Milton Jean (Carter) and father Howard Ralph Carpenter. His family moved to Bowling Green, Kentucky, where his father, a professor, was head of the music department at Western Kentucky University. He attended Western Kentucky University and then USC film school in Los Angeles...
“ Director of
Halloween
The Thing
Escape from new york

Underrated movie
Assault on precinct 13 (Original) ” - ribinfo
 
7.
“ With ethan cohen

Director of
Fargo
No country for old men
The big lebowski

Underrated movie
Millers crossing ” - ribinfo
 
8.
Sergio Leone
Sergio Leone was virtually born into the cinema - he was the son of Roberto Roberti (A.K.A. Vincenzo Leone), one of Italy's cinema pioneers, and actress Bice Valerian. Leone entered films in his late teens, working as an assistant director to both Italian directors and U.S. directors working in Italy (usually making Biblical and Roman epics...
“ Director of
The Dollars Trilogy
Once Upon A Time In The West
Once Upon A Time In America

Underrated Movie
Duck, You Sucker ” - ribinfo
 
9.
Oliver Stone
Director, Platoon
Oliver Stone has become known as a master of controversial subjects and a legendary film maker. His films are filled with a variety of film angles and styles, he pushes his actors to give Oscar-worthy performances, and despite his failures, has always returned to success. William Oliver Stone was born in New York City...
“ Director of
Platoon
Wall street
JFK

Underrated movie
Natural Born Killers ” - ribinfo
 
10.
Wes Craven
Director, Scream
Wes Craven has become synonymous with genre bending and innovative horror, challenging audiences with his bold vision. Wesley Earl Craven was born in Cleveland, Ohio, to Caroline (Miller) and Paul Eugene Craven. He had a midwestern suburban upbringing. His first feature film was The Last House on the Left, which he wrote...
“ Director of
A nightmare on elm street
The hills have eyes
Scream

Underrated movie
Last house on the left (Original) ” - ribinfo