Over on eonline.com, they discuss the Sleepy Hollow slash Bones crossover episodes which I personally enjoyed to some degree. I enjoyed Bones for many years but feel it is played out and only catch it from time to time. Sleepy Hollow is a fresh show in its second season but seems to be stumbling a bit as it works material into the tapestry that doesn't quite fit. The two shows sharing a universe doesn't work for me either, so the combination of both struggling shows cobbled together had the chance to either help one another or become something exponentially bad. I found it fell somewhere in between, neither impressing me as innovative nor repairing any of the missteps accrued in their most recent seasons. Jean Bentley was a little more forgiving in her article here.
Also, a meme from DenMeth.com has been floating around Facebook on the Futuristic Movie Timeline. Enjoy!
Finally, on stannex.com, Stan! examines two 1931 Dracula movie productions here.