Tuesday, 17 September 2013
Sleepy Hollow as a TV drama?
I have found this out of total chance yesterday night, on imdb: they made a TV series freely based (very freely based) on The Legend of Sleepy Hollow by Washington Irving. It is called Sleepy Hollow. It premiered yesterday in America and it is already a huge success. I watched the trailers, and there are so many things that could go wrong with it, that I would normally consider wrong... and yet I was watching them wishing I could see the first episode then and there. It will air a few weeks later in the UK. I had enjoyed the Sleepy Hollow of Tim Burton as an homage to the old Hammer movies I love so much, but the TV series is going somewhere else entirely. It seems to borrow heavily, from what I could see in the trailer, from Terminator. One reason why I think Still, in the weeks leading to Halloween, this seems to be the ideal guilty pleasure. A question to my readers on the other side of the pond: anybody watched it? How is it? Worth an hour of one's evening?
Labels: Halloween, histoires d'horreur, scary stories, Sleepy Hollow, téléséries, The Legend of Sleepy Hollow, Tim Burton, tv series, Washington Irving
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i am dying to see it!
I really want to see it too.
Si tu veux je t'envoi un lien où on trouve toutes les émissions de l'autre côté de la flaque!
I watched the first episode and liked it but it's a series that could easily go either way -- good or bad. We'll see over the next 2 or 3 episodes . . . .
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