Dead Cat: Colchester & Golden Island Film Festival Screenings


The award winning (yet elusive) film Dead Cat has two upcoming screenings. The first is at the Colchester Film Festival tomorrow, October 23rd at 7:30 pm in Colchester, England. Director and co-writer Stefan Georgiou and star and co-writer Sam Bern will be on hand to answer questions after the screening. Tickets can be bought through the festival's site.

The second is at the Golden Island Film Festival in North Cyprus. A schedule has not yet been released, but the festival runs November 7-13. Keep an eye on their website for more details.

Make sure to follow Dead Cat on Twitter and Facebook to get the latest news about where to see the film.


Sleepy Hollow: "The Weeping Lady" Scares -- I mean AIRS -- Tonight!

Photo by Brownie Harris/FOX

Make sure to tune in tonight to see Ichabod's romantic past come back to haunt him - literally! Here's the official plot guide for tonight's episode:

A woman from Ichabod Crane's past comes to Sleepy Hollow in the form of an un-dead Weeping Lady, aiming to harm anyone in her path. Meanwhile, Katrina and Crane learn unsettling things about each other's pasts, and Abbie has some unexpected flirtatious encounters.

Images from the episode can be found in the galleries, and clips and promos can be found on the FOX YouTube channel.

Sleepy Hollow airs on FOX in the US at 9/8c.

Tom Stopping By the Today Show

Tom's name has popped up in a list of guests for the Today Show (NBC) on Wednesday, October 29th. According to the listing on, he will appear during the 9-10 am segment of the show.

Sleepy Hollow: "The Weeping Lady" Clips and Teases

Monday's show promises to be filled with Sleepy Hollow's own brand of creepy goodness when Ichabod's ex-fiance, played by Heather Lind (Turn), comes to visit. The promo for the episode is embedded below:

The Hollywood Reporter also has an exclusive clip from the show, featuring Caroline the re-enactment girl, played by Laura Spencer (Lizzie Bennet Diaries). Apparently Ichabod's charms fully translate to the 21st century, and Betsy Ross is not the only one forward enough to express their...admiration.

Marisa Roffman, from, shared another clip of her interview with Tom from this past summer, in which Tom discusses this episode and what ramifications his (and Katrina's) past has in the present.

Make sure to watch "The Weeping Lady" on Monday at 9/8c!