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Buffy the Vampire Slayer [Blu-ray]

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  • Actors: Sarah Michelle Gellar
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (192 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0018KBPCS
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45 of 46 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on July 5, 1999
Format: VHS Tape
Buffy: The Vampire Slayer Special Value Slayer Pack contains the two part first ever premire episode,The Witch,Never Kill A Boy On The First Date, Angel, and the uncut version of The Puppet Master. Here's a breakdown of each episode:
Welcome To Hellmouth-(5) The first episode introduces you to Buffy and the rest of the cast and to theroy that there are vampires and that Buffy is the only one who can stop them.
The Harvest-(5) The second part to the premire episode is one of the best episodes ever. It shows that Buffy really can defend herself and take care of others at the same time.
The Witch-(5) This episode lets you know that Buffy will face creatures other than vampires. It starts off when Buffy saves a cheerleader who bursts into flame and goes from there.
Never Kill A Boy On The First Date-(4) This episode introdues you to the fact that Buffy longs for a normal, teenage life and focuses more on that than creature slaying. A nice change.
Angel-(5) Introduces you to the character Angel and the fact that he is a vampire. It's where Buffy has to make a decision- kiss him or kill him? Suprising episode.
The Puppet Master (uncut)-(5) An episode in which Buffy fights a dummy. A black comedy-type episode. This is the only place to see the full, uncut version that never aired.
If you're a Buffy fan, this is a great deal!
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31 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Luis Nunez on May 18, 2009
Format: Blu-ray
All i have to say about a release of a BD version of Buffy is that it's taking too long. Not a day goes by that i wish that it could finally be released, no more of this waiting C#$P!I want it and i want it now!
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31 of 32 people found the following review helpful By Jaime on December 26, 1999
Format: VHS Tape
The Buffy The Vampire Slayer: Special Value Slayer Pack is the best video set on the earth. It contains the first 6 shows and also has interviews with the creator of the show. It is the absolute best and if you are a Buffy fan then I recamend you buy it.
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37 of 40 people found the following review helpful By Shan Wickremesinghe on June 15, 2000
Format: VHS Tape
..."Welcome to The Hellmouth" and "TheHarvest"
(Season 1 ep 1 & 2) is the beginning of the show andpicks off
where the movie left off, with an unanswered question or two (what
happened to Pike?) and a little tweaking....
It
introduces the characters and it is really quite amazing how quickly
they have taken to the roles they have. The jump from the unscreened
pilot for Fox to this is nothing short of phenomenal. There is some
great action as Buffy and the rest have to foil the attempts of The
Master as he attempts to rise to surface from the underground, ....

(S1 ep 3)
"Witch" is a good episode where Buffy finds that someone
will do anything to get on the cheerleading squad....

(S1 ep 5)
"Never Kill A Boy on the First Date" shows the difficulties
of trying to juggle a social life with the night-time job of fighting
demonic forces - and showing that it's going to be a work in
progress.
(S1 ep 7) "Angel" is a very good episode which
finally reveals the biggest secret behind one of the characters who
has been mysteriously appearing in the previous episodes and gives
some important background information.
(S1 ep 9) "The Puppet
Show" is about some particularly nasty murders at Sunnydale High
and twists keep coming left right and centre. Really very good as to
who actually is responsible. ....
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22 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Aidan Prince on March 25, 2010
Format: Blu-ray
Let Joss do what he needs for the show, aspect ratios are a part of the shows feel and nothing should comprimise that, but do the transfer! for the love of Joss please! Buffy fans are going nowhere, but we are getting older. Buffy fans love the heart of the show, not cold facts and figures. This makes us loyal in a way thats unique, and it is never a fleeting connection. Price isn't even a consideration.

One day, my kids will watch these blu rays and love them and you know why?, becuase Blu Rays need less love to live longer then Dvds. Also if they don't proclaim their love for the show they don't eat. Come on Fox, it's time to make it up to us for your 'reorder' of firefly.
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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Kindle Customer VINE VOICE on March 4, 2000
Format: VHS Tape Verified Purchase
As a 32 yr old writer, I just want to say that I avoided Buffy like the plague for the first two years, despite the constant critical accolades. I just assumed it was another 90210 (this one with fangs) -- MY MISTAKE. I was in the UK in the Fall (where they were in the midst of airing Season 2), and after a nightly dose of Buffy, quickly became a believer. The show is hip, funny, witty, and very smart -- but more importantly it's also moving, intelligent, and right up there with the best drama and writing in TV history (yes you read that right). The acting throughout is first-rate -- not only do we get heroes to relate to, but villains who are sometimes uncomfortably understandable as well (long live Spike & Co). This is a show that deserves every accolade it gets -- and then some. Can't recommend it enough - and this video pack is a great way to get started.
(Now I'm just counting the hours til the complete set comes out so I can get caught up in more ways than simply reading those Season 1 synopses...!)
For those of you new to the show -- you're in for a treat. This is a true don't-miss.
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Season 3+
Agreed- Amazon needs to get going on season 3!!! I was very disappointed that I could not download a particular episode from season 3, would've been a guaranteed sale... I wonder if Joss Whedon has anything to do with it, or is it Amazon's choice?
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