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2008 PaleyFest: Buffy the Vampire Slayer Reunion
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An era came to a close with the broadcast of Chosen, the final episode of Buffy The Vampire Slayer. Fans (myself included) experienced emotions ranging from feelings of completion and of things coming full circle through to a sense of grief at the loss of a dear friend. Those same fans have devotedly kept the show in the media consciousness ever since, which resulted in Buffy being given an Emmy award in 2008 for Most Memorable Moment in a TV Drama (for the Season 5 finale episode The Gift) - quite an achievement for a television series which had ended a full five years earlier. Since then it has seemed unlikely that the cast and the show's makers would get together in a group again, but in March 2008 it finally happened - at Paleyfest. Following a screening of Once More With Feeling, the majority of the main cast members (apart from Alison Hannigan and David Boreanaz), along with Joss Whedon, Marti Noxon and David Greenwalt, participated in a panel discussion of the show, hosted by Matt Roush (TV Guide's television critic who has championed the cause of Buffy since the very first episode).Read more ›
Matt Roush awesomely introduces Sarah Michelle Gellar as "the only one here who has been in two Scooby gangs." I'm so glad that Sarah Michelle - lookin' mighty fine - is so engaged in the discussion, and she offers wonderful, well-thought-out insights. She really contributes to the conversation. I get the sense that Joss Whedon took a step back so as to give his actors more of the spotlight. Seth Green ad-libs some hilarious lines, as does Nicholas Brendon to lesser effect. It's freaky how Brendon and his character Xander seem to inhabit the same personality. Charisma Carpenter and Amber Benson come off as sweet and shy.Read more ›
I know this wasn't a convention audience but, without Seth Green making jokes this would have been quite a boring disc which is surprising because I've seen these people in "fun" panels. Heck, the special DVD that was included with the Buffy complete boxset with Joss and a few of them was entertaining. I'm a collector and got it for completist sake but, it really is a weak session. I love Buffy, so this was a disappointing pick for me.
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I thought it started out bad talking about the musical episode which I hated and the season 8 comic book. Read morePublished on July 2, 2014 by Jonathan
I'm one of those fans who really enjoy discussions with the cast and crew on bonus discs and whatnot.... Read morePublished on January 20, 2014 by cam7
I found Buffy the Vampire Slayer a couple of years ago thanks to Amazon Prime where it is available for free as is its sister show Angel. Read morePublished on December 19, 2013 by Steven Epley
Must have for any true fan.
Get a feel for the actors behind the show and there personalities.
One of the better cast panels or reunions
I loved seeing the gang back together again. Willow and Angel are missing but since they both have other shows they're filming maybe were just to busy to join in the fun.Published on February 22, 2013 by SueB
This is an interesting dvd for any Buffy fan. All Buffy fans will not be disappointed. I liked seeing the actors sharing their memories of the show!Published on December 10, 2012 by Isabel B. Pulido
Yes, they ARE very proud of themselves, appropriately enough, and NO they really don't read all of their reviews - in fact, you probably know some of the stories they are surprised... Read morePublished on April 20, 2011 by Rod Morgan
Must have for buffy fans!
I enjoyed every minute of it! The cast is really funny & it was awesome to see everyone together!
Only low point no ... Read more