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Buffy The Vampire Slayer

All seven series of Joss Whedon's Buffy in one great action-packed collection.

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  • Buffy The Vampire Slayer - Season 6 [2001] Buffy The Vampire Slayer - Season 6 | DVD | (08/05/2006) from £29.85  |  Saving you £5.14 (14.70%)  |  RRP £34.99

    Season six of Buffy's exciting vampire vanquishing adventures. Episodes Comprise: 1. Bargaining - Part 1 2. Bargaining - Part 2 3. After Life 4. Flooded 5. Life Serial 6. All The Way 7. Once More With Feeling 8. Tabula Rasa 9. Smashed 10. Wrecked 11. Gone 12. Doublemeat Palace 13. Dead Things 14. Older And Far Away 15. As You Were 16. Hell's Bells 17. Normal Again 18. Entropy 19. Seeing Red 20. Villains 21. Two To Go 22. Grave

  • Buffy The Vampire Slayer - Season 1 [1997] Buffy The Vampire Slayer - Season 1 | DVD | (03/10/2005) from £9.98  |  Saving you £10.00 (28.60%)  |  RRP £34.99

    Welcome to the Hellmouth... Girl Power stalks the streets and graveyards of Sunnydale kicking out and laying waste to the vast pools of vampire scum that threatens to overrun not only the unassuming little town but the entire known world. Season One brings Buffy into contact with her Watcher Giles (Anthony Stewart Head) as well as the support gang who will help her in her quest to combat evil: Willow (Alyson Hannigan) Xander (Nicholas Brendon) Cordelia (Charisma Carpenter) and

  • Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Complete Season 2 Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Complete Season 2 | DVD | (18/10/2004) from £N/A  |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)  |  RRP £34.99

    After the first season of Buffy The Vampire Slayer became a ratings success the show was renewed with a bigger budget and twice as many episodes. Seeds are sown through the early episodes for many of the stunning plot developments later in the season: there's a slow burn for the relationships building between Buffy and Angel (no surprise), Giles and Jenny (nice surprise), and Xander and Cordelia (huge surprise). Most importantly, we're introduced to important semi-regulars Spike and Drusilla ("School Hard"), Oz ("Inca Mummy Girl") and fellow Slayer Kendra ("What's My Line Part 1"). Their appearances tackle youth issues such as sibling rivalry, sexual maturity and rejection. But nothing that came before it prepared audiences for the latter half of season 2. In the extraordinary double act of "Surprise" and "Innocence" every aspect of the show grows up in a big hurry: the result of Buffy sleeping with Angel is a series of tragedies everyone is powerless to predict or prevent, a piece of powerful storytelling conveyed with pared-down dialogue and remarkable performances from the young cast. All of these threads are tied together then torn apart by the two-part finale "Becoming". With a cliffhanger ending to rival The Empire Strikes Back, the second chapter of Buffy The Vampire Slayer closes in tantalising style leaving everything at stake. --Paul Tonks On the DVD: The computer-animated menu opens this gorgeous box set in style with a tour through a dark and oppressive cemetery, a lavish display of graphics that's all the more impressive when compared to the uneventful DVD for the first season. Most of the extra features are concentrated on the last disc, which includes the obligatory biographies, trailers and TV spots that add little value to hardcore fans but serve as a good introduction to the world of Buffy for non-adepts. The three featurettes are captivating: "Designing Buffy" offers a wealth of information about the set designs, and even includes a walk through of Buffy's home; "A Buffy Bestiary" features every monster from the second season, and "Beauty and the Beats" explores the make-up artistry and special effects. There are also brief cast interviews, in which James Masters ("Spike") reveals his American accent. All in all the extras make a worthy accompaniment to the spectacular season 2 episodes, though one might regret that Joss Whedon did not offer a commentary on the double bill season finale "Becoming". --Celine Martig

  • Buffy The Vampire Slayer - Season 7 [2002] Buffy The Vampire Slayer - Season 7 | DVD | (08/05/2006) from £8.40  |  Saving you £5.14 (14.70%)  |  RRP £34.99

    The seventh and final season of Buffy's vampire vanquishing adventures. Episodes Comprise: 1. Lessons 2. Beneath You 3. Same Time Same Place 4. Help 5. Selfless 6. Him 7. Conversations With Dead People 8. Sleeper 9. Never Leave Me 10. Bring On The Night 11. Showtime 12. Potential 13. The Killer In Me 14. First Date 15. Get It Done 16. Storyteller 17. Lies My Parents Told Me 18. Dirty Girls 19. Empty Places 20. Touched 21. End Of Days 22. Chosen

  • Buffy The Vampire Slayer - Season 2 [1997] Buffy The Vampire Slayer - Season 2 | DVD | (03/10/2005) from £17.89  |  Saving you £5.14 (14.70%)  |  RRP £34.99

    The complete second season of vampire slayer Buffy. Episodes comprise: 1. When She Was Bad 2. Some Assembly Required 3. School Hard 4. Inca Mummy Girl 5. Reptile Boy 6. Halloween 7. Lie To Me 8. The Dark Age 9. What's My Line? (Part 1) 10. What's My Line? (Part 2) 11. Ted 12. Bad Eggs 13. Surprise 14. Innocence 15. Phases 16. Bewitched Bothered And Bewildered 17. Passion 18. Killed By Death 19. I Only Have Eyes For You 20. Go Fish 21. Becoming (Part 1) 22. Becoming (Part 2)

  • Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Complete Season 1 Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Complete Season 1 | DVD | (18/10/2004) from £29.99  |  Saving you £5.00 (14.30%)  |  RRP £34.99

    Vampire-slayer Buffy Summers moves to Sunnydale, a Californian community located above the "Hellmouth", a phenomenon which explains the local graveyard's overpopulation of vampires and other supernatural beings. Angel, a mysterious loiterer, starts flirting with Buffy and gives her helpful tips on how to cope with the local nasties. However, he turns out to be a vampire, which complicates the future of their relationship. Buffy makes friends with school outcasts Willow, a computer nerd, and geeky Xander. But she excites the enmity of high-school princess Cordelia. The season's prime villain is the Master, a Nosferatu-looking vampire lurking under the town. Giles, Buffy's mentor, looks things up in books and demonstrates the exact same look of puzzlement actor Anthony Head used to demonstrate in those horrifying instant coffee ads. --Kim Newman

  • Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Season 6 DVD Collection Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Season 6 DVD Collection | DVD | (18/10/2004) from £34.95  |  Saving you £45.04 (56.30%)  |  RRP £79.99

    The sixth series of Buffy the Vampire Slayer followed the logic of plot and character development into some gloomy places. The year begins with Buffy being raised from the dead by the friends who miss her, but who fail to understand that a sacrifice taken back is a sacrifice negated. Dragged out of what she believes to have been heavenly bliss, she finds herself "going through the motions" and entering into a relationship with the evil, besotted vampire Spike just to force her emotions. Willow becomes ever more caught up in the temptations of magic; Xander and Anya move towards marriage without ever discussing their reservations; Giles feels he is standing in the way of Buffy's adult independence; Dawn feels neglected. What none of them need is a menace that is, at this point, simply annoying--three high school contemporaries who have turned their hand to magical and high-tech villainy. Added to this is a hungry ghost, an invisibility ray, an amnesia spell and a song-and-dance demon (who acts as rationale for the incomparable musical episode "Once More With Feeling"). This is a year in which chickens come home to roost: everything from the villainy of the three geeks to Xander's doubts about marriage come to a head, often--as in the case of the impressive wedding episode--through wildly dark humour. The estrangement of the characters from each other--a well-observed portrait of what happens to college pals in their early 20s--comes to a shocking head with the death of a major character and that death's apocalyptic consequences. The series ends on a consoling note which it has, by that point and in spite of imperfections, entirely earned. --Roz Kaveney

  • Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Complete Season 4 Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Complete Season 4 | DVD | (18/10/2004) from £19.98  |  Saving you £5.14 (14.70%)  |  RRP £34.99

    In its fourth season, Buffy the Vampire Slayer had to change its formula radically. Two major characters--the vampire-with-a-soul Angel and Cordelia, the queen bitch of Sunnydale High--had gone off to be in their own show, Angel, and soon after the start of the season Willow's werewolf boyfriend Oz left when Seth Green needed to concentrate on his film career. Buffy and Willow started college, where they met new characters like Riley, the All-American Boy with a double life, and Tara, the sweet stuttering witch; but Xander and Giles found themselves at something of a loose end. Several characters were subjected to the radical re-envisioning possible in a show that deals with the supernatural: the blond vampire Spike came back and soon found himself with an inhibitor chip in his head, forced into reluctant alliance with Buffy; the former vengeance demon Anya became passionately smitten with Xander. Not all fans were happy with the central story arc about the sinister Dr Walsh (Lindsay Crouse) and her Frankensteinian creation Adam, though Crouse's performance was memorable. The strength of Season Four was perhaps most in impressive stand-alone episodes like the silent "Hush", the multiple dream sequence "Restless" and the passionate, moving "New Moon Rising", in which Oz returns, apparently cured, only to find that Willow is no longer waiting for him. This was one of the high points of the show as a vehicle for intense acting, perhaps only equalled by "Who Are You?", in which the evil slayer Faith takes over Buffy's body and Sarah Michelle Gellar gets to play bad girl for once. --Roz KaveneyOn the DVD: Buffy Season 4 was a hit and so is this sublime box set. The commentaries for "The Initiative", "This Year'sGirl", "Superstar" and "Primaveral" are all well above average, but are nothing compared to "Hush" and "Restless" where Joss Whedon gives out all the information and insights any fan would dream of. The four featurettes included are a pleasure to watch, especially the evolution of the sets for the show. The scripts, trailers and cast biographies complete the set and make for a decent addition to your Buffy archive. The soundtrack is in 2.0 Dolby surround, but the image is as grainy and dark as the previous seasons on DVD. --Celine Martig

  • Buffy The Vampire Slayer - Season 4 Buffy The Vampire Slayer - Season 4 | DVD | (06/03/2006) from £9.00  |  Saving you £9.24 (26.40%)  |  RRP £34.99

    Season Four sees Buffy Willow and Oz going to college at UC Sunnydale. Buffy immediately comes face-to-face with the leader of a gang of vampire thieves named Sunday. If that wasn't bad enough we learn that Buffy's roommate (who naturally has a Celine Dion poster) Kathy is a demon... Episodes Comprise: 1. The Freshman 2. Living Conditions 3. The Harsh Light Of Day 4. Fear Itself 5. Beer Bad 6. Wild At Heart 7. The Initiative 8. Pangs 9. Something Blue 10. Hush 11. Doomed 1

  • Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Complete Season 3 Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Complete Season 3 | DVD | (18/10/2004) from £17.99  |  Saving you £49.85 (62.30%)  |  RRP £79.99

    Action-packed Season Three develops major characters and plot lines brewing over the last couple of years. The Mayor, this season's major baddie, wants to become an invincible demon by slaughtering everyone at Sunnydale High's graduation ceremony but he's going to torture them all by giving his speech first. Bad-girl vampire-slayer Faith wants to get one over on Buffy and becomes even more rotten. Angel comes back from hell but isn't sure what to do about his girlfriend. Willow meets her evil gay vampire duplicate from another dimension. Xander loses his virginity but still has to contemplate his essential uselessness. Cordelia gets less whiny and has to work in a dress-shop when her father becomes bankrupt. Giles wears tweed and drinks tea, though it is revealed that he used to be a warlock and in a punk band. Besides the soap opera, there are monsters, curses and vampires (inevitably). --Kim Newman On the DVD: The DVDs are presented in a standard television 4:3 picture ratio and in a clear Dolby sound that does full justice both to the sparkling dialogue and to the always impressive indie-rock and orchestral scores. Special features include an overview of Season Three by its creator Joss Whedon, and by writers Marti Noxon, David Fury, Doug Petrie and Jane Espenson and documentaries on the weapons, clothes special effects of the show and the speech/verbal tone which makes it what it is-"Buffyspeak". The episodes "Helpless", "Bad Girls", "Consequences" and "Earshot" have commentaries by, Fury, Petrie, director James Gershman and Espenson, in which we find out some fascinating details about the way the scripts mutate and about the particular illuminations added to scripts by actors' performances. After complaints about the Season 2 DVD packaging, the disc envelopes include a protective coating. --Roz Kaveney

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