Today: April 24, 2024

Sleepy Hollow

SLEEPY HOLLOW CREEPS ON TO DVD & BLU-RAY THIS HALLOWEEN

Can the past be the key to saving the present? Find out when mystery- adventure drama SLEEPY HOLLOW comes to DVD & Blu-ray on October 27th.

An immediate hit with fans and critics, this modern day retelling debuted to more than 24 million viewers in the US, earning the show a Primetime Emmy® nomination this year.

Confused Ichabod Crane (Tom Mison, One Day, Salmon Fishing in the Yemen) has been resurrected and transported through time to unravel a mystery that plagues the town of Sleepy Hollow, where he once was as a colonial soldier. Ichabod savagely beheaded a Hessian Soldier whose damned fate became intertwined with his.

The simultaneous resurrection of the infamous Headless Horseman, who is on a murderous rampage in modern day Sleepy Hollow, causes Ichabod to rise from his grave and much to his alarm, is only the first of many horrors to seep into the community.

Lieutenant Abbie Mills (Nicole Beharie, The Good Wife, Shame) is the policewoman investigating the evil that is stirring. Ichabod and Abbie work together to discover the sinister history of the horseman as it’s revealed that their horseman is one of four horseman of the apocalypse. Clues left by America’s Founding Fathers and help from Captain Frank Irving (Orlando Jones, Evolution) and Abbie’s estranged sister Jenny (Lydie Greenwood, Nikita) aid the pair in defending the homestead.

Embark on a tumultuous battle with witches, demons, plagues, acolytes, the Sandman, a haunted house, the Golem, and now, for their lives. Nothing is as it seems in this fantastical world of mythology, death-defying romance, untold history, signature humour, hair-raising evil and, perhaps, much-needed hope.

Evil has awoken in picturesque the town of Sleepy Hollow. Grab the reins this Halloween and get your copy on Blu-ray and DVD from 27th October.

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