So this past Monday’s Sleepy Hollow was a lot of fun for a few reasons (though I already miss John Noble), so let’s get into it.
Sleepy Hollow, Season 1 Episode 7: The Midnight Ride
Before I get into the good stuff I’ll lodge one complaint (and it’s a tiny, picky one that in no way reflects my overall enjoyment of the show). I’m fine with the show taking liberties with history and religion, BUT I guess I dislike when they inject real history with the reimaginings if that makes any sense at all. I guess deep down I’m concerned that to some degree some viewers may not be able to separate fact from fiction. Continue reading “Another History Lesson, Sleepy Hollow S1e7” »