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Thu, Jun 29, 2017 6:34 AM

Live Poll: Best Movie and TV Horror Genre Director

Which directorial movie and TV series body of work in the horror genre do you think is the best?

Please, consider only movies and TV series from within the horror genre and excluding the director's other genre movies and TV series. Clickable complete Horror directorial resumes have been provided for each answer option.

LIVE POLL: http://www.imdb.com/poll/QiaAttBHz0A/

See the partial list of directors with significant horror genre bodies of work here: http://www.imdb.com/list/ls066523947/

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3 years ago

For future consideration, when creating new posts for your live polls, I think it's better to put them in the 'praise' category, instead of 'idea'.

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Jessica,

I was able to correct most of the misplaced live polls threads I have created. Please, can you or one of the other administrators move the few I wasn't able to do myself from idea to praise; so I can keep the live polls categorized properly.

MOVE THESE FIVE LIVE POLL THREADS FROM IDEA TO PRAISE CATEGORY
Live Poll: Best Movie and TV Horror Genre Director
Live Poll: Greatest Sibling Filmmaking Legacies
LIVE POLL: Favorite Fictional Movie-TV Football Team
LIVE POLL: Marlon Brando Tribute - Favorite Movie Character
LIVE POLL: Wizarding World Face-Off: Lord Voldemort vs. Gellert Grindelwald

Thanks, in advance. for the help.

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3 years ago

Thanks, good suggestion and feedback. I understand the idea behind it.

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3 years ago

From what I've seen, my vote goes to James Wan

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3 years ago

Image of George A Romero

George A. Romero's  Horror Directorial Resume  R.I.P. (Feb. 4, 1940 - July 16, 2017)

George A. Romero (1940–2017) was a horror pioneer, iconic film-making legend and the father of the modern zombie horror sub-genre. He leaves his mark as a writer, director, producer and editor, in each of the past six decades, with his groundbreaking work in the horror genre. Some of Romero's movies have deeper themes, satirizing bigotry, excessive consumerism and other social-political issues. Today's hit TV series and movie franchises, like The Walking Dead (2010), Fear the Walking Dead (2015), Shaun of the Dead (2004) and Resident Evil (2002), all owe a debt to Romero's work that both influenced filmmakers and popularized the genre.

Live Tribute Poll: George A. Romero - Father of the Zombie Genre  117/3531 #7

Which George A. Romero credited movie or TV horror project is your favorite?

Cast your vote here: http://www.imdb.com/poll/SRSL4d_Olko/

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3 years ago

Moderators, PLEASE move this thread classification from Idea to Praise.