Lucky McKee directed a variety of films throughout his Hollywood career, showing his versatility as a director. The majority of McKee's early work as a director consists of various independent films, including the Angela Bettis comedy "May" (2003) and the Patricia Clarkson suspenseful mystery "The Woods" (2006). McKee directed the television show "Masters of Horror" (Showtime, 2005-07). McKee also directed some television shows including "Masters of Horror" (Showtime, 2005-07). He continued to work in film in the early 2000s and the 2010s, directing motion pictures like "Red" (2008) with Kyle Gallner, "The Woman" (2011) and "All Cheerleaders Die" (2014). McKee most recently directed the anthology "Tales of Halloween" (2015) with Barry Bostwick.