Hey, here are Tarantino's 7 favorite directors, who's last 4 movies we can assume he hates:
Brian De Palma - He's still alive. you just listed your picks for his worst, but are any of his last 4 any good?
Samuel Fuller - I forgot that he made a full 4 movies after The Big Red One. I've only see the 4th to last, White Dog. It has a good reputation and a Criterion release, although it was not released at the time because cancel culture already existed in 1982.
Jean-Luc Godard - He was alive when Tarantino made the statement in question, but he's dead now. I don't know his later work, but the last 4 include Goodbye to Language.
Howard Hawks - Many people, including me, do not enjoy Red Line 7000, but its auteurist fans include Tarantino, so he should shut his face. All his fans like El Dorado. Rio Lobo has a more mixed reputation but I like it. I haven't see Man's Favorite Sport and am not sure how well liked it is, but it's not considered one of his best.
Sergio Leone - haha, he made so few films that we can just pass on this one.
Jean-Pierre Melville - I don't know what Un flic is, and I admit I was disappointed by Le Cercle rouge (but I'll give it another shot). The two before that are Army of Shadows and Le Samouraļ.
Martin Scorsese - still working. He has one more coming out. Wow, I keep forgetting to watch his last two. I don't like The Wolf of Wall Street, but it was a hit.