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Buffy The Vampire Slayer: Season 7 Box Set (6 Discs)

Released on 08 May 2006

Featuring: Sarah Michelle Gellar, Michelle Trachtenberg & Nicholas Brendon

Format: DVD | Rating: 15 years & over

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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

New amaray-style plastic case

  • Commentary by Writer/Director Joss Whedon, writers David Fury, Jane Espenson, Drew Z. Greenberg, Drew Goddard, Director David Solomon and cast including Nicholas Brendon and james Marsters
  • Willow Demon Guide DVD-Rom
  • 12 Trailers
  • 5 Featurettes
  • Easter Egg
  • Outtakes
  • customer Reviews

     Average rating (3 reviews)

     The Hellmouth Is Officially Closed

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    With the exception of the classic Season 2 this is the very best season of Buffy The Vampire Slayer. After a very depressing and morbid season 6 in which Buffy became a self-loathing vampire humping recluse and Willow became a human flaying vieny evil magic junkie Season 7 takes us back to a more carefree vibe.
    The Season starts with a fantastic reintroduction to the brand new Sunnydale High where Dawn is a student, Spike is going mad in the basement and the new principal in no way reminds us of the wonderful Principal Shnieder. As Buffy confronts the souls of those she didnt save back in high school Spike is haunted by the spirits of all the past big bads (The Master, Drusilla, The Mayor, Adam, Glory & Warren) in one of the best scenes ever in Buffy. As the season moves on we are treated to classic Buffy Farce in episodes like Storyteller & Him and to classic Buffy drama in epsiodes like The Killer In Me and Lies My Parents Told Me.
    We are also treated to a host of young hot nubile slayer talent as Giles returns to Sunnydale with potential slayers and Giles reveals that The First Evil, the spirit that tried to kill Angel in Season 3 episode Amends, is back and going after the slayer line and it's up to Buffy to train and protect these young Slayer-to-bes (which includes Willows new love interest Kennedy)
    As the season rolls on we get to see some excellent stories as it's revealed that Spike vamped is own mother, the new principal is actually the son of the 2nd slayer Spike killed in New York in the 70s and Buffy has a nack for relating to teenagers as she becomes the new counsillor for the high school. This season also contains one of my favourite Buffy episodes ever - Conversations With Dead People.
    As the season closes Joss Whedon is reunited with his ol' Serenity buddy Nathan Fillion (Mel from Firefly) who plays evil and somewhat sexist Caleb, a priest with superhuman strength, but although Caleb becomes a major new enemy to Buffy she also gains a very useful ally in Slayer gone bad and now searching for redemption as Faith returns to Sunnydale.
    The final episode is quite simply one of the most awesome things to ever be put on television period and an inspired way to end Buffy as Joss restrengthens his original premise for Buffy, that women are more powerful than we think as Buffy & Willow change the world forever and Spike finally feels the presence of his soul.
    The DVD Boxset of this series is brilliant and filled with lots of goodies, including a couple of hidden easter eggs. Commentaries by writers, directors and for the first time actors including James Marsters, Nicholas Brendon, Allyson Hannigan & Michelle Trachtenberg. Especially listen to the commentary by Joss Whedon on the very last episode Choosen. Featurettes covering the plot and the thought of saying goodbye to Buffy including an overview of season 7.
    Buffy The Vampire Slayer was a classic, one of the best television shows of the 'Generation X' era and possibly one of the best series on TV ever. If Sarah Michelle Gellar, Nicholas Brendon & Allyson Hannigan were cast in the original movie back in 92 and Joss wasnt literally kicked off the project the movie would have become one of the best films ever. So watch all 144 episodes of Buffy and enjoy one of the best shows with one of the most capable, talented and multi-facited cast and crew ever, I mean hell, they even did a musical!

     The End (or is it)

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    buffy goes back to where the action started when sunnydale high is rebuilt and something is brewing in the hellmouth and it aint good.
    there are several cool villains this time round...faith and angel make a special appearence(it only makes sense)and the stakes are raised for the final episode which is just as memorable and definative as graduation day,becoming,the gift and prophecy girl were.
    i have never seen so many visual effects in one episode(well the gift i suppose)definately in my top ten buffy episodes.
    every single episode is fantastic this season and keeps on building the suspense until the shows final episode.
    a masterpiece television series that never ran out of steam through its seven years of pure entertainment.
    the end doesnt always mean the end in the buffy verse.

     Best Buffy season

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    This season had it all, action, death, comedy and special appearances from Angel and Faith.
    Every detail in every episode right from the beginning all leads up to the shocking finale.
    Brilliant.

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    ActorsSarah Michelle Gellar, Michelle Trachtenberg, Nicholas Brendon, Alyson Hannigan, Anthony Stewart Head, James Marsters, Emma Caulfield, Adam Busch, Kali Rocha, Clare Kramer, Tom Lenk, DB Woodside, Danny Strong, Nathan Fillion & David Boreanaz
    DirectorJoss Whedon, David Solomon, Nick Marck, James A. Contner, Rick Rosenthal, Michael Gershman, Douglas Petrie, Marita Grabiak & David Fury
    Certificate15 years and over
    Year2002-2003
    ScreenWidescreen 1.85:1 Anamorphic
    LanguagesEnglish - Dolby Digital (2.0) Stereo
    SubtitlesEnglish for the hard of hearing
    Duration14 hours and 59 minutes (approx)
    RegionRegion 2 - Will only play on European Region 2 or multi-region DVD players.