Which Director Appears Most in Your Collection?

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I'm not in the cool kids club. I don't choose movies for the director. Only for the genre cast and cinematographer.



Tarantino and Scorsese
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Sam Liu for me.
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Stanley Kubrick
  • Barry Lyndon
  • Full Metal Jacket
  • Shining
  • A Clockwork Orange
  • Paths of Glory
  • Dr. Strangelove
  • Eyes Wide Shut
Terence Fisher
  • House of Dracula
  • The Curse of Frankenstein
  • Horror of Dracula
  • The Mummy
  • Curse of the Werewolf
  • Phantom of the Opera
  • Frankenstein Created Woman
Pedro Almodovar
  • The Skin I live in
  • Broken Embraces
  • Talk to Her
  • Matador
  • Volver
  • Tie Me Up Tie Me Down
Martin Scorsese
  • Casino
  • Gangs of New York
  • Kundun
  • Raging Bull
  • Taxi Driver
  • Goodfellas
William Castle
  • Strait-Jacket
  • Homicidal
  • 13 Ghosts
  • The Tingler
  • Zotz
  • Mr Sardonicus
  • The Old Dark House
  • 13 Frightened Girls
  • House on Haunted Hill
Wes Craven
  • Nightmare on Elm Street
  • New Nightmare
  • Scream
  • Scream 2
  • Scream 3
  • Scream 4
  • The Hills Have Eyes
But the person I have the most is Hitchcock, in that I have 30-40 of his films



I have a lot of films from the following two, don't think there are any other directors in my collection that can beat these two...

Ingmar Bergman, I have a box set that contains the following:

Torment/Crisis/Music in Darkness/Port of Call/Prison/Three Strange Loves/To Joy/Summer Interlude/Waiting Women/Summer With Monika/A Lesson in Love/Dreams/Smiles of a Summer Night/The Seventh Seal/Wild Strawberries/The Magician/The Virgin Spring/Through A Glass Darkly/Winter Light/The Silence/All These Women/Persona/The Rite/Cries and Whispers/Scenes From A Marriage/Autumn Sonata/Faro-Dokument 1979/From The Life of the Marionettes/After The Rehearsal/Saraband.

Alfred Hitchcock:

Saboteur/Psycho/Shadow of a Doubt/The Birds/Rope/Marnie/Rear Window/Torn Curtain/The Trouble With Harry/Topaz/The Man Who Knew Too Much/Frenzy/Vertigo/Family Plot/North By NorthWest/Dial M For Murder/Stage Fright/Strangers on a Train/Suspicion/Rebecca/Spellbound/Lifeboat/The Lady Vanishes.

^ The ones in purple are separate films, the others are in the Masterpiece box set that some have mentioned in here.



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That'd be Hitchcock. I have that Mill Creek collection that has about twenty-five films, I believe. I also have a handful of Kurosawa films (Ran, Ikiru, Yojimbo, Seven Samurai, and Sanjuro, I think), though I'm not sure if there are more. I think I have a bunch of Tim Burton films, too, but I can't remember which ones (I know I have Sweeney Todd, Batman, Big Fish, Edward Scissorhands, Beetlejuice, and Batman Returns). It's been a while since I sifted through my collection for such things.
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It's between Tarantino and Kubrick. But if documentaries are included Attenborough tops it by a long shot.



I don't readily buy movies, I can't afford to and usually one viewing, perhaps two is enough for me. I do have several box sets from Busby Berkeley, however.



Coppolla and Steven Soderbergh becuase I have boxsets of The Godfather and Ocean's trilogies.

Despite that the only film I've watched in either of those series is the first Godfather, and thats because it was on TV once



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Vittorio De Sica, Frank Capra, Elia Kazan, Akira Kurosawa, Ingmar Bergman, Robert Bresson, John Huston, John Cassavetes, Robert Altman, Ken Loach, Mike Leigh, Rainer Werner Fassbinder