We talk to THE DIRECTORS. First up, directing legend Spike Lee is in the red chair. Since his first feature, 'She's Gotta Have It,' Spike's directed some downright classics: 'Do The Right Thing,' 'Jungle Fever,' 'Malcolm X'... the list goes on. And he's not slowing down: Spike recently released 'Bad 25,' a documentary about Michael Jackson's 'Bad,' and he's currently shooting the North American remake of Chan-wook Park's 'Oldboy.' Then, George A. Romero, the godfather of zombie films, is in the red chair. He released 'Night of the Living Dead' in 1968, in the process creating a template for modern horror films. Recently, a retrospective of his work in Toronto showcased the long career of a horror master.