Romero would be excellent of course and he has done quite well with the shortened format in the past. It would be nice to see him get in there. Cronenberg would be totally incredible, but he would have no part in this so I couldn't really vote for him even though he is my favorite director. Rob Zombie would be interesting to say the least. I haven't seen enough cinematic output from him though to even imagine what it would be like. Both of his features are basically the same premise type deal. If his next feature is a dark comedy as he has spoken of recently, I would like to see him try another hand at horror in this format. I'd like to see him either try something supernatural or a creature feature would also be quite intriguing. Eli Roth! What can I say? I absolutely love the guy and I think he would do excellent with this format as well. He puts forth a fairly well balanced horror-comedy in his features and I think it would balance itself out even better with a shorter length. I'd like to see him try something a little more "light-hearted" than Hostel though, especially if he will be revisiting that film in it's sequel. -------------------------------------------------------------------------- I think I'll have to go for Eli Roth as I could see him putting out something just plain entertaining without having to try too hard. He's had some experience whipping stuff together quickly and I'd like to see him tackle a random idea in a shortened format. Rob Zombie would probably be second for me, at least off the list. Romero third, but by all means, he should have been in the first season. Oh well. Michele Soavi would be sweet as hell as I'd like to see him return to horror, but that is extremely unlikely. Takashi Miike is in the first season, it's just not being aired. If season sets are ever released it will be included. I don't really think of Raimi as a horror director though, especially since his last decade+ has been everything but. Peter Jackson would rank higher there for me and even Guillermo Del Toro would surpass him, but I don't think these "blockbuster" directors will or would even be able to find time for this project. (Of course, PJ has stated he was going to take some time off). The one I'd really, really like to see though is Clive Barker. I miss him directing so much and I know he plans on shooting some stuff here in the next few years. I think this would be a nice little warm-up/ get back into the swing of things project for him. If Barker was on the list, he would get my vote for sure. I've got two more and I believe one has already in talks to be involved. Brad Anderson has impressed me to no end (and I believe Garris has spoken to him already) along with Alejandra Aja. Another go ahead for James Gunn as well (although he's only directed one movie which hasn't released yet). Between his work with Troma, Dawn Of The Dead remake, and from what I've seen of Slither, he could be tossed up in with all these names.