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TitleBuffy the Vampire
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YearUnknown
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GenreHorror
 
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Submitted by Mirror 
(Nov 30, 2003)

This is quite clearly the best show to have ever graced the screens of TV.
Although the show ended it's 7 year run this year, its memory will still live on in the hearts and minds of its fans everywhere.

Based around the lives of the Chosen One, Buffy and her friends, Willow and Xander and their mentor Rupert Giles, Buffy is a complex show, with excellent plotlines (Buffy's vampiric boyfriend Angel losing his soul and becoming a soulless sadistic killer bent on her mental and physical destruction), fantastic characterisation (The progression of Buffy, Willow, Xander and Spike is something to behold with awe) and the complex and often deep metaphors for life that creator Joss Whedon has incorporated (Issues of responsibility and homophobia are the most obvious). This series has surpassed any that have come before it, covering the complex issues that teenagers and adults face alike, with a rare humour, depth and intensity rarely encountered in the genre.

Buffy is not just a TV show. It's a way of life.


Submitted by quinqulain 
(Jul 31, 2000)

I feel that the series was created for the hormones of younger males. You have an extreemely good looking young female going around stabing people in the chest with a wooden stake. Sure they deal with all kinds of strange issues, but it's all about the sex. Not that I'm complaining.


Submitted by Toni 
(Jun 07, 2000)

I watched the film years ago, and loved it. I watched the series, and I loved it even more. I think the Joss Whedon is an absolutely amazing person, anyone who can come up with a series like this that appeals to so many people is amazing! It is definetly one of the best programs around, and I hope the spin-off series Angel will be just as good.

There are so many good things about this program that they can't all be mentioned, but I think that the way the characters have progressed is one of the best things about it. The more you watch it, the more real they become. When something happens to them it happens to you. "Passion" is one of the best examples, I cried when I watched that, there are not many programs that can get you that involved in the plot.


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