by Gary Johnson
Sleepy Hollow delivers exactly what you'd expect from a Tim Burton movie: it's a meticulously designed fantasy told in shades of black and grey that wows you with its incredible sets and moody photography. Splashes of blood, courtesy of the Headless Horseman's sword, provide some of the movie's few touches of color. Burton's storytelling is still somewhat suspect, but this time he's working from a classic American tale of the macabre.
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