Lee McCoy

Rotten Tomatoes certified critic, youtuber, film lover with an appetite for horror especially.

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  • The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It

    The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It


    Never thought I'd say this, but as of now I'd put the Annabelle trilogy slightly above The Conjuring. The Devil Made Me Do It is bland, unoriginal, and forgettable.

    It seems like the Warrens have run out of steam with the focal point this round being Ed's real life heart attack. The plot of a young boy on death row for killing under the influence of the devil seemed poised for potential, but director Chavez can't seem to get under…

  • A Quiet Place Part II

    A Quiet Place Part II


    Full disclosure, I was as over the moon about the first AQP. The emotion was great and the gimmick was interesting, but I could not get into the creatures. They were a bit uninteresting. So going into the sequel I was skeptical.

    Thankfully, Part II is highly effective due to it's unpredictable path with the characters, and gripping story of redemption for Cillian Murphy's character (can you really go wrong with Murphy). I LOVED this character because he's so relatable.…

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  • Zack Snyder's Justice League

    Zack Snyder's Justice League


    Zack Snyder's Justice League is a lesson in proper handling of a story, especially in terms of editing, pacing, character building, and even cinematography. It just feels more cohesive. And the 4 hour runtime only benefits it (Snyder has included convenient chapter points).

    If you're a fan of Man of Steel and Batman v Superman, you will definitely be happy as it rounds out the story quite well and offers possibilities to move forward.

  • Halloween



    I saw this yesterday. Loved it. But wanted to let it sit before I wrote this out. David Gordon Green did the impossible but almost matching what Carpenter did 40 years ago. He made not only a great slasher, but one that set the bar higher than others could deem imaginable.

    Myers as a character...wow. More interesting than ever. A constant question mark throughout. A true representation of a "force". Unstoppable...and you forget that he's a 60 year old man…