Argento, Bava, Carpenter, Craven, Fulci, Romero. When you discuss great Horror Directors, those are the names that tend to come up first. From there, the list moves on to names like Cronenberg, Raimi, Hitchcock, and the like, but it’s those first six names that are pretty much the top of the heap. They’re all guys whose work was so prolific, that you only need to refer to them by last name for people to recognize them. At the top of that short list for many, sits George A. Romero, and rightly so. The man not only helped shape the Horror Genre into an important pallet for artists to ply their terrifying wares, but he flat out created the zombie sub-genre, with one little movie back in 1968. … Read entire story.
Source: The Horror Club