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essaywhu's avatar


I really love the atmosphere in this film. It reminds me a bit of the classic gothic horror films from Universal and Hammer as well as the Italian horror classic Black Sunday and the old Disney animated version of The Adventures of Ichabod Crane & Mr. Toad. Pretty much everything is on a sound stage but the sets are so beautiful that you might not believe it. The woods look like something straight from a fairy tale. A lot of the acting is very good as well, but what stands out is the style and direction. Fantastic special effects. I remember when I saw it for the first time that I knew nothing about it going in so when I saw who played the Headless Horseman, I was very pleased.
9 years 9 months ago
elizabethyates's avatar


I spent years and years of my life terrified of this film from viewing it at a young age. My parents had bought it on DVD (or probably VHS when I think of it) and I had to be four. I watched it under the bed because I was too afraid to leave the room and too afraid to see it with my own eyes. And now nearly fourteen years later, I've finally mustered up the courage to sit down and watch it for myself.

To say it wasn't very Tim Burton would be a lie, whether you enjoy that or not. There's a certain kind of formula to his films, but I don't think that's a fault by any means. I personally enjoy him for the drop of creepy he adds to the film world and find every film with a different story line, but always with his key elements - they're his trademarks! He's a dark and eccentric person who makes dark and eccentric films.

Of course there is the always talented and beautiful Johnny Depp. A wonderful, timeless actor that will forever be a legend for his ability to convey emotions and transfer from role to role, every time hitting it spot-on. I also enjoyed the presence of Christina Ricci. Great casting all around.

What really stole the film away was the breathtaking cinematography. Often it's hard to captivate darker films with grey-scale lighting into phenomenal cinematography, but Sleepy Hollow had it. Truly impressed with it to say the least. The score as well was nicely well done and added tremendous effect.

Not Burton's finest, but enjoyable and even slightly scary (even fourteen years later!).

11 years 7 months ago
kidijs's avatar


such an awesome movie -- dark and atmospheric!
13 years 2 months ago
mfrasier's avatar


One of my all time favorite movies. Great atmosphere, great acting and Danny Elfman is at the top of his game on the score.
11 years 11 months ago
Cassiodoro's avatar


Great story, Tim Burton at his best
12 years 10 months ago
GetTheFuckOff's avatar


I love it.. ! The main characters, the colours, the scene, the plot, everything!
13 years ago
Teodora Stoyanova's avatar

Teodora Stoyanova

love it
13 years ago
Scratch47's avatar


Nasty and uniquely horrific in that Tim Burton sense.
13 years 8 months ago
IreneAdler's avatar


Amazing film. Great atmosphere, creepy, scary, funny... Johnny Depp is amazing. Beautiful pictures and a nice story. Watched it several times, never gets boring!
10 years 4 months ago
Dieguito's avatar


A typical Tim Burton, before his refilmed craps
12 years 6 months ago
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