Director: John Kirkand
Starring: Ultra Violet, Marland Proctor, Claudia Reame. USA. 1h 15m.
In all fairness the coolest aspect of this movie is that one of the actresses is called Ultra Violet and she enters the film with the coolest Superman Lunch box and from then on it’s downhill for this Scooby Doo nightmare. Continue reading The Curse of the Headless Horseman (1972)
Director : Tim Burton
Starring: Johnny Depp, Christopher Walken, Christina Ricci, Michael Gambon, Christopher Lee Miranda Richardson. USA. 1h 45m
The alluring Johnny Depp returns to the big screen under the gentle hand of his best friend Tim Burton in the timeless epic, Sleepy Hollow, Washington Irving’s all American gothic mystery thriller romance, and with it’s dark and twisted back story it’s one of the prime suspects of a classic novel that would inspire Tim Burton to direct again and he manages to give it his stereotypical darkly tinted overhaul, conjuring up massively creepy action scenes for his favourite leading man despite his cheerful disposition and constant fainting, he is strangely the man for the job. Depp plays Ichabod Crane a police officer sent by the New York authorities, in this case by Christopher Lee in the late 18th century to investigate a supernatural crime wave in a small town almost lost within a forest called Sleepy Hollow, one of the obvious twists with this retelling of the story is the modern FBI approach that Crane has towards investigating the series of beheadings like Takeshi Kaneshiro in Dragon (2013) but without the CSI graphics. Continue reading Sleepy Hollow (1999)