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Buffy The Vampire Slayer - Season 3 DVD


Sarah Michelle Gellar returns as the teen thrust into a supernatural world where she must become Buffy The Vampire Slayer. Buffy boasts a rabid fan base and has spawned a spin off Angel based on a troubled vampire played by David Boreanaz. This collection features all 22 episodes of the third season. Episodes Comprise: 1. Anne 2. Dead Man's Party 3. Faith Hope And Trick 4. Beauty And The Beasts 5. Homecoming 6. Band Candy 7. Revelations 8. Lover's Walk

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  • Average Rating for Buffy The Vampire Slayer - Season 3 [1998] - 4 out of 5

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  • Buffy The Vampire Slayer - Season 3 [1998]
    Sarah MacLeod

    One of the major themes of Buffy is identity and that can be seen clearly in this third season. The opener has our heroine denying her identity as the Slayer and as Buffy Summers, living in a gloomy flat in LA while her friends in Sunnydale pine for her - but by the end of the episode she realises that she likes being herself and returns to continue the fight rather than give up. Throughout the season she strives to assert herself as a young woman and as the Slayer in preparation for the final episodes of the season appropriately titled "Graduation Day". When Faith, the dark dangerous shadow-self of Buffy, shows up and tempts Buffy to be wild and carefree she must resist - just as she must resist pressure from the school, her mother and the Watchers Council as they all try to push her in different directions of responsibility. On top of that she must also cope with the daily attacks by vampires and demons meant to distract her from the Mayor"s devious endgame. Buffy the series is not without fun though and season three contains some of its funniest episodes. Earshot where Buffy suddenly finds she can hear the thoughts of all her friends, Dopplegangland where evil!Willow shows up and tries to assassinate our Sunnydale favourite and The Zeppo where a dejected Xander must stop a plot to blow up the school without the help of his friends. Buffy must also deal with the return of Angel, the boyfriend she thought she"d sent to hell forever, and the conclusion of their doomed romance. The final episodes see betrayal, epic battles, heartbreak, humour and explosions as Buffy and the gang say goodbye to Sunnydale High School. The DVD boxset itself shows fully the improved picture quality of the third season but as with previous boxsets it does not include many extras with a handful of commentaries and simple overviews.

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