Tim Burton’s Sleepy Hollow Is a Tale of the Founding

In Opinion by Michael Rae

Halloween has somehow become a celebration of America becoming American, a New World unlike the Old World, a place where horror is a literary or cinematic genre rather than a memory—the dimly recollected past stretching back millennia through seemingly endless suffering, man’s inhumanity to man, older than civilization. Continue Reading…

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