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Sleepy Hollow 2 Seasons 2013

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Season 1
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A modern-day supernatural thriller based on The Legend Of Sleepy Hollow. It follows Ichabod Crane as he partners with Sleepy Hollow's local female sheriff to solve the mysteries of a town ravaged by the battle between good and evil.

Runtime:
44 minutes

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Product Details

Genres Drama
Season year 2014
Network UNIVERSAL
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

Customer Reviews

4.5 out of 5 stars

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Mr. R. W. Graham VINE VOICE on 17 Dec. 2014
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
Ichabod Crane, a British soldier who switches sides during the American revolution, is killed in battle in the 17th century. He is revived and brought back to life in present day Sleepy Hollow along with the headless horseman who he killed in the battle, and helps local police to hunt the horseman who wants to end the world. At first glance this seemed like an unnecessary remake of Tim Burton's film but as it turns out, it's a very enjoyable if a bit mad modern update of the classic story Sleepy Hollow which sees Ichabod Crane team up and form an unlikely partnership with police officer Abbie Mills and trying to get used to the 21st century including modern technology like computers and mobile phones and the issue of slavery is addressed through his partner Abbie and police captain Frank Irving. Good effects with a lot of good twists and a continuing plot leading up to a shock revelation and twist and cliffhanger in the final feature length episode leading into season 2. If you enjoy shows like Buffy The Vampire Slayer, Supernatural and Grimm, you will especially enjoy this fun series.
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45 of 48 people found the following review helpful By Liam on 23 Dec. 2013
Format: Blu-ray
I highly recommend watching this show - If you enjoy Supernatural, but cant stand all the teenage girly angst and emo mood swings...this is the show for you.

Its funny, the cast are great, the CGI/special effects are excellent and the story line is exciting. so far, the pace of the story has been perfect, with very little procrastinating. although the basic idea of the show is just a re-hash of the legend of sleepy hollow, it still manages to keep very original.

cant recommend it enough.
spooky, funny, exciting and sexy. it will keep you hooked.
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36 of 39 people found the following review helpful By Christine Goodier on 26 Jan. 2014
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What a great show this is. I started out thinking it would be another mediocre American horror -fest but I was hooked after the first episode and have not been disappointed since (except with how long a break the show took over Christmas 2013 and how long its taking for the DVD to appear that is) Tom Mison is brilliant as Crane and I think a lot of viewers have warmed to his 'old worlde' charm. I'm old enough to remember 'Adam Adament', who was a Victorian gent back in the 60's who was similarly restored to life out of his time- and who can resist a few home truths about some of the crazier aspects of 21st century life? There is great chemistry too, and some really good special effects and storylines. I'm so pleased there will be a second series and hope one of the prophecies in the show comes true and that our heroes have a seven year period in which to save the world.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By DebiGee on 20 Oct. 2014
Format: DVD
The acting is very good across the board but Tom Mison is simply outstanding in what could be an awkward role. He balances the absurdity and humor beautifully and is the reason I watch this show. Thank you Tom !!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Sourdough Dumpling on 18 Feb. 2015
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I watched this through my Lovefilm membership. I really was expecting to love it; a modern reworking of a great classic American fairy tale with Tom Mison thrown in for good measure. I'm usually a huge fan of all things supernatural/fantasy but I've got to say I was hugely disappointed; especially as I had read such good reviews. I felt that the story-lines seem like dodgy cast offs from other series such as 'Supernatural', 'Grimm' (of which I'm not a huge fan anyway), even The 'X-Files' and some teen stuff like 'Vampire Diaries'. I did manfully plough through 5 episodes hoping it would improve but ended up removing it from my rental list. I think Tom Mison is great (and that's not just because he looks fantastic in a frock coat). He's funny, clever and does the best he can with what I think is very limited and poor material. I was expecting more from Nicole Beharie after seeing her in 'Shame' but she always seems to have the same expression on her face and no real emotional range (which could have something to do with the lousy scripts). I also feel that there is very little chemistry between the 2 leads as well which is a real shame.

Something I could never figure out is why absolutely no one reacts when he introduces himself by announcing 'My name is Ichabod Crane'....absolutely no one bats an eyelid! Not even a giggle! Surely in a town called Sleepy Hollow that would be like saying 'My name is Napoleon Bonaparte!' His goth wife floating in and out of it started to get a wee bit ludicrous too. Anyway I definitely know I'm in the minority here but I thought I'd throw my two cents in anyway.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By EA Solinas HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWER on 12 Jan. 2015
Format: DVD
Nathaniel Hawthorne wrote about Ichabod Crane and his encounter with the Headless Horseman... and apparently forgot to mention the witches, George Washington, the demon Moloch, and the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse.

Yes, there's not much about "Sleepy Hollow Season 1" that resembles the original story, except a handful of names and the idea of a supernatural horseman with no head. But it does have the Horseman firing machine guns, so that's something -- a grim yet imaginative supernatural thriller, where a small New York city becomes the stage for a battle between the forces of evil... and a cop/guy-out-of-time duo.

In 1781, Revolutionary spy/soldier Ichabod Crane (Tom Mison) is mortally wounded when fighting the supernatural Headless Horseman, and his witch wife Katrina (Katia Winters) bespells him into a magical sleep. Over two hundred years later, he emerges from the grave, since his life is now bound to the unlife of the Horseman. A local cop, Lt. Abbie Mills (Nicole Beharie) is understandably skeptical of the man claiming to have served under George Washington and raving about the Headless Horseman killing her mentor.

But she soon discovers that the Headless Horseman is very real -- and he's actually one of the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse, serving the demon Moloch. Hang on, there's a lot of supernatural backstory in this story, mostly related to stopping the end of the world.

As two "witnesses" foretold in the Bible, Abbie and Ichabod find themselves bound together, and dealing with some weird, weird stuff -- a cult of evil witches, some evil Hessians, the lost colony of Roanoke, an angry dream spirit, a haunted house, a demonic possession, a golem, and the ongoing quest to keep a doorway to Hell from being opened.
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