Another week in the always weird and occasionally wonderful Sleepy Hollow , where nothing makes sense but the people are pretty so let’s just go with it. “For the Triumph of Evil” set the show up as a weekly monster procedura more
As fun and creepy as Sleepy Hollow? was this week, the final act was a letdown. Read More...
Sleepy Hollow has been on a two-week speed date with the Headless Horseman, Sheriff Abbie Mills, resurrectee Ichabod Crane, his remarkably sturdy coat, witches, and George Washington's New International Expository Bible. This week, it delivered a bris more
Because of its poor plotting and pacing, I still don't understand my continuing fascination with 'Sleepy Hollow.' Or maybe I do when I consider its two leads and their amazing chemistry. 'Sleepy Ho...
This week Sleepy Hollow introduced a soldier in the Army of Evil, but I didn't find his work to be evil at all. I'll support my hypothesis below. " For the Triumph of Evil " was far more entertaining than last week, but had so more
On this week's Sleepy Hollow , Ichabod and Abbie face another evil foe. He meets her sister, Jenny. Abbie confides in Ichabod about what drove a wedge between her and her sister. And Abbie is forced to face the consequences of decisions she made many more
HitFix recaps "Sleepy Hollow" Season 1 episode 3, "For the Triumph of Evil," with a nod to "A Nightmare On Elm Street" and a creepy villain dubbed the Sandman. Read More...