I’ve been a fan of Sleepy Hollow, in all of its zany glory, since it started. I loved the characters. I loved the crazy plots. I admit, I got lost a few times because of convoluted historical tie-ins, but in the end it didn’t matter. Read More Is Sleepy Hollow Getting Its Act Together?
For me, being a black feminist is all about being confident in who I am, loving myself , and wanting to support other black women. For the black feminist in your life, her definitions may be different. (For the love of God, just ask her.) But in the meantime, I’ll share with you a few of the gifts I’d have loved to receive as a young black feminist.
I’m reaching the age where I’m caught between geezers and kids these days. Here are some things I don’t understand.
Sleepy Hollow is not only my new favorite show of the season but my new favorite show in a long time. The cast is fantastic, the writing is engaging if breathless, the effects are creepy, and the stories are fun, weird, and off the wall. The writers play fast and loose with American history while getting the little details right for our man out of time, Ichabod Crane. I’ve had to step up my history game, too. I know about medieval and Victorian holiday celebrations, but what was Christmas like in Revolutionary War-era America?
Mulder and Scully. Xena and Gabrielle. Mills and Crane. Don’t we all wish we had a dedicated partner-in-(solving)crime?
Before I start the recap, I just have to give props to whoever manages the Elementary writers’ Twitter account for having a playful rivalry with the person handling the Sleepy Hollow writers’ Twitter account. The results have been amusing to watch. Read More New Show Recap: Elementary 2.4, “Poison Pen”
Forgive my tardiness, Sleepy Hollow fans and potential fans. I know I’m starting these recaps a few episodes too late, but let’s dive right in, shall we? Read More New Show Recap: Sleepy Hollow 1.03, “For the Triumph of Evil…”