<h5>Epic Rap Battles Of History "Steven Spielberg vs. Alfred Hitchcock" Credits</h5>
<blockquote>Steven Spielberg: Nice Peter
Alfred Hitchcock: EpicLLOYD
Quentin Tarantino: WAX
Stanley Kubrick: The Ghost of Stanley Kubrick
Michael Bay: Nice Peter
▼ CREW ▼
Executive Producers Peter Shukoff and Lloyd Ahlquist
Directed by: Nice Peter
Assistant Director: Mike Betette
Written by: EpicLLOYD, Nice Peter, Wax & Zach Sherwin
Staff Writer: Dante Cimadamore - http://www.youtube.com/givememotion
Writer: Mike Betette - http://www.youtube.com/Betette
Song Produced by: Nice Peter & Jose "Choco" Reynoso
Song Mixed by: Nice Peter and Jose "Choco" Reynoso
Beats Produced by:
Spielberg: Allrounda - http://www.allroundabeats.com/
Hitchcock: Allrounda - http://www.allroundabeats.com/
Tarantino: Ed Cayce - http://thehollowz.bandcamp.com/
Kubrick: Ear2ThaBeat - http://www.ear2thabeat.com/
Bay: Allrounda - http://www.allroundabeats.com/
Edited by: Andrew Sherman, Ryan Moulton, Daniel Turcan, and Nice Peter
Assistant Editor: Ryan Moulton
BTS Edited by: Brian Jaggers and EpicLLOYD
BTS Shot by: Shaun Lewin
VFX and Compositing: Andrew Sherman and Ryan MoultonProduced by Michelle Maloney
Director of Photography: Jon Na
Costume Designer: Sulai Lopez
Make Up and Hair: Tara Lang, Ashlyn Melancon, Hanny Tjan and Heather Grippaldi
Gaffer: Arthur Hong
Grip: Yev Belilovsky
Music Supervisor & Playback: Dante Cimadamore
Production Coordinator: Atul Singh
Office PA: Shaun Lewin</blockquote>
Season 4 of Epic Rap Battles of History presents their final episode of 2014, featuring Steven Spielberg and Alfred Hitchcock, along with a few surprise guests. Check out the video above.
The battle begins with Spielberg hurling rhymes and movie references toward Hitchcock, using his movie titles against him, and comparing him to Michael Bay. He has some solid lines, but Hitchcock's verses strike deeper. Alfred's final verse has more bite and is overall more brutal than anything Spielberg said.
However, right after his verse Quentin Tarantino shows up as the first of three surprise directors. He manages to school both Hitchcock and Spielberg, insulting Hitchcock by using history against him, and calling Spielberg a sellout akin to Michael Bay.
The fourth director that shows up is Stanley Kubrick. His verses are the weakest so far. He talks about himself and his style for far too long before rushing to try to hurl blows at the other three directors. He does get one good jab in at Spielberg, calling AI "the worst waste of potential since the Ninja Turtles."
Finally, after consistent bashing from all the other directors, Michael Bay comes in and drops the final verses. Bay tells it as it is, choosing not to insult any of the four battlers and instead boasts about his success despite the fact he is so hated by critics. His raps are hard and as overly explosive as his movies. He truly steals the show.
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