Sleepy Hollow: “The Kindred” Review

sleepy hollow season 2 bannerThis week on Sleepy Hollow, there’s a new police Sheriff, Jenny is back in jail, Irving’s in jail, Ichabod doesn’t understand why banks chain their pens to desks, the Headless Horseman fights Frankenstein’s Benjamin Franklin’s Monster, and Katrina is still a damsel-in-distress. Hit the jump to find out my thoughts and spoilers ahead.

Continue reading

Sleepy Hollow: “Pilot” Review

Monday night gave us the premiere of Sleepy Hollow, Fox’s modern retelling of the classic Sleepy Hollow short story. It follows Ichabod Crane, who finds himself in the twenty-first century after suffering a near fatal wound back in the eighteenth. He teams up with police officer Lieutenant Abbie Mills, and together they go off to stop the Apocalypse—yes, that Apocalypse. The one the Book of Revelation tells us all about. The Headless Horseman is one of the four horsemen of the Apocalypse—Death, to be precise, which is not something I had expected when going into this show. This opens up a whole new can of worms that I didn’t see coming, but I’m glad for it, in all honesty. Without some kind of spin like this on the classic legend, I don’t think a story about just the Headless Horseman would have had a lot of room to work with.

SLEEPY-HOLLOW-TV-Series-600x425I have high hopes for Sleepy Hollow, especially considering that it’s the network’s highest rated fall drama in quite a few years. Overall, Sleepy Hollow seems to have been well received by general audiences, which is good news for me, since I’m quite certain that I may have already fallen in love with it.

Spoilers after the jump.

Continue reading