Previously on Sleepy Hollow: John Doe. Sleepy Hollow returns from its hiatus with baseball, a punch in the gut, and dark memories. AdvertisementsRead More Sleepy Hollow: The Sin Eater.
Previously on Sleepy Hollow: The Lesser Key of Solomon. This week’s episode is not only language history come alive, it’s also a huge step forward in Abbie and Ichabod’s friendship.Read More Sleepy Hollow: John Doe.
Sleepy Hollow: a diverse cast makes for diverse Gothic. BF: The show does a good job of inverting the theme that minorities die first in horror. Was that on purpose? HK: It was not a conscious effort, but it was a conscious effort to have a diverse cast just to represent our world. I don’t […]Read More Sleepy Hollow: a diverse cast makes for diverse Gothic.
Previously on Sleepy Hollow: For the Triumph of Evil. This is the tale of the two amazing sisters and their pet revolutionary soldier, who occasionally acts as a mediator. Or: a study in Ichabod Crane’s body language.Read More Sleepy Hollow: The Lesser Key of Solomon.
Previously on Sleepy Hollow: Blood Moon. Now this episode packed a lot more of a punch! After last week’s ever so slightly underwhelming effort (not that there’s anything wrong with gory filler), this is great.Read More ‘Mr Sandman, Bring Me a Dream…’ Sleepy Hollow: For the Triumph of Evil.
Pilot & Blood Moon Based on the 1820 short story The Legend of Sleepy Hollow by Washington Irving, this is a modern re-telling of the tale, featuring a 280-year-old Oxford professor, a badass woman of colour police lieutenant, and a headless asshole on a horse, also known as DEATH. I already really liked the pilot, but […]Read More Sleepy Hollow (FOX): and so it begins