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Alyson Hannigan, Nicholas Brendon, Sarah Michelle Gellar September 19, 2006 DVD Run time: 60 mins. Originally released: 1997. 40 discs. Language: English. From the very first ... episode of BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER and throughout the course of its run of almost a decade, the show set the standard for quality television entertainment. Picking up where the relatively disappointing film left off, the show followed Buffy (Sarah Michelle Gellar) on her quest to rid the world of vampires, demons, and various other evil beings. A small band of friends were there to help her out, which included the vampire convert Angel (David Boreanaz), vampire and ambivalent love interest Spike (James Marsters), popular girl Cordelia (Charisma Carpenter), regular guy Xander (Nicholas Brendon), and intellectual Willow (Alyson Hannigan). This collection includes the entirety of the show, allowing fans to trace the evolution of Buffy's relationships, fashion sense, and success at battling her true demon: her strong desire to be norma Read more Show Less

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Special Features

Introduction by Joss Whedon; Back to the Hellmouth: A Conversation with Creators and Cast; Breaking Barriers: It's Not a Chick Fight Thing; Love Bites: Relationships in the Buffyverse; Evil Fiends; Buffy: An Unlikely Role Model; Buffy Cast and Crew: Favorite Episodes
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Editorial Reviews

Barnes & Noble - Tony Nigro
Season 2
After craftily translating its big-screen origins into small-screen success, Buffy the Vampire Slayer enters its second run with zeal, confidently whupping demonic tail, introducing new characters, and developing some serious soap-opera drama. Buffy Sarah Michelle Gellar returns for her junior year of high school with an understandably nasty attitude -- she had died the previous spring, after all, however temporarily. Familiar friends like Willow Alyson Hannigan, Xander Nicholas Brendon, Cordelia Charisma Carpenter, and Oz Seth Green welcome a few fresh faces to Sunnydale -- namely nasty vampires Spike James Marsters and Drusilla Juliet Landau, and a new slayer, Kendra Bianca Lawson. Additionally, Buffy consummates her forbidden love for Angel David Boreanaz, an act that causes the broody vamp to turn evil, putting a big strain on their affair and endangering the lives of many, including our blonde heroine. Milking the two-part cliff-hanger format with three engaging conflicts, the 22-episode season builds nicely to a winning double-episode finale, "Becoming," which is refreshingly bloodcurdling. Stand-alone highlights along the way include "Halloween," in which the Scooby Gang actually become their All Hallow's Eve costumes; "Phases," which finds Oz getting in touch with his inner wolf; and "Ted," an enjoyable romp guest-starring John Ritter. By the season's end, fans new and old can see in which direction creator Joss Whedon is heading -- faster and smarter, approaching even higher peaks for the controversial Season Three. The six-DVD Season Two set includes all 22 episodes plus numerous audio commentaries, interviews, and featurettes.
Barnes & Noble - Patricia Kim O'Cone
Season 3
High school can be hell -- but for Buffy Summers and her friends, it's a Hell Mouth. In its third season, Joss Whedon's supernatural soap opera took a walk on the dark side. As her senior year unfolds, Buffy Sarah Michelle Gellar attempts to pass biology, save the town from evil, and score the keys to the car. For the barely legal slayer, this year is full of challenges, hard choices, and shocking surprises: her vampire soul mate, Angel David Boreanaz, returns from the netherworld; the impulsive new slayer, Faith Eliza Dushku, proves to be more than a handful; and Mayor Wilkins Harry Groener has a plan that's more diabolical than political. Season 3 experienced programming troubles during its 1999 run: After the tragic events at Columbine High School, the episodes "Earshot" and "Graduation Day Part 2" were held back from broadcast because of their coincidentally controversial content. Fans carped as the latter episode, the cliff-hanging season finale, was postponed for several months. Nonetheless, viewers were treated to one of the best-yet seasons of this ever-maturing show.
Barnes & Noble - Cree McCree
Season 4
When Angel Season 1 came out on DVD, fans had one small beef. They thought it should have been co-released with Buffy Season 4 in order to savor the crossover episodes between Angel David Boreanaz and the Slayer Sarah Michelle Gellar. Well, the wait is over: The pair's doomed erotic reunion on Angel is foreshadowed by the "Pangs" Angel suffers on Buffy. And in a season marked by change, Buffy's vampire soul mate was far from her only loss. Cordelia Charisma Carpenter also decamped to the spin-off. The werewolf Oz became an endangered species when Seth Green opted to make movies. Even Sunnydale High was left behind as Buffy and Willow entered college. Yet despite all these changes -- ­­and a weak central arc involving an X-Files-style cabal of covert government demon hunters­­ -- Season 4 delivered some of Buffy's best-ever episodes. Top of the list are "Hush," a dark fairy tale in which demons steal voices to silence screams; and "Restless," the season finale, which plants clues for the future in the REM movements of interlocking dreams. Both were written and directed by series creator Joss Whedon, whose pithy commentary digs deeper than on previous DVD releases. Seth Green has a last hurrah in the poignant "New Moon Rising," while the witty Buffy-and-Faith two-parter gives new meaning to the term "body double." Season 4 also boasts what many consider two of Buffy's worst-ever episodes: "Beer Bad" and "Where the Wild Things Are," both set where else? at frat-house parties. The Slayer gets a little sloppy, but hey, freshmen will be freshmen.
Barnes & Noble - Ed Hulse
Season 5
The 2000-01 season of Buffy the Vampire Slayer was tumultuous, bringing change not only to the roster of characters but also to the show's basic story line. In this season, the responsibilities Buffy Sarah Michelle Gellar has as a Slayer exact more of a toll on her personal life, and the twin themes of love and loss are explored with surprising seriousness. Now she's a sophomore at UC Sunnydale, which continues to be the scene of clashes between feisty demons and feistier humans. Little sister Dawn Michelle Trachtenberg becomes a more active cast member, and romantic interest Riley Finn Marc Blucas exits mid-year with nary a word to his former companions. Also this season, Clare Kramer enters the series as Glory, a comely yet gruesome goddess who will eventually affect Buffy's fate. In the season opener, Buffy tangles with none other than Dracula himself, a shape-shifting vampire with powers far beyond those of her typical adversaries. A multi-episode story arc focuses on the mysterious illness contracted by Buffy's mother, Joyce Kristine Sutherland, whose eventual death devastates the Summers girls. The much-touted season finale -- also the series' 100th episode -- puts Sunnydale at the center of an apocalyptic struggle that climaxes with the unthinkable. Series creator and chief writer Joss Whedon does some of his finest work in these 22 installments, which give plenty of time to supporting Scooby Gang characters Xander Nicholas Brendon, Willow Alyson Hannigan, Anya Emma Caulfield, and Spike James Marsters. They build to an effective, emotionally wrenching close to the series' run on the WB network to be continued on UPN, and no Buffy fan can afford to be without them.
Barnes & Noble - Christina Urban
Season 6
Considered by many fans to be the darkest in the series, the sixth season of Buffy the Vampire Slayer marked changes not just to the show's network it went from the WB to UPN but to Buffy's character as well. After sacrificing herself in Season 5 to save the world, Buffy Sarah Michelle Gellar is resurrected from the dead by Willow Alyson Hannigan, who thought Buffy was in a hell dimension. What the Scoobies don't know is that Buffy believed she was actually in heaven, and after being ripped from a peaceful existence she now considers her life hell on earth. The depressed Slayer secretly turns to someone who knows about death -- a Buffy-obsessed Spike James Marsters -- and the two begin a twisted relationship. This season also introduces the Trio, a group of geeks who want take over Sunnydale and play a large part in the season finale, and it features the exit -- and eventual triumphant return -- of Anthony Stewart Head as Giles. Easily one of the best Buffy episodes of any season is "Once More with Feeling" a musical that has the characters singing what they feel, allowing Buffy to finally tell her friends the truth about her return. Series creator Joss Whedon wrote the episode's score, songs, and lyrics, all to fantastic effect. The complete musical only aired on TV once, so fans are sure to enjoy all the uncut songs here on DVD, as well as the behind-the-scenes commentary and a documentary on the making of the episode. The season is rounded out by the hilarious "Tabula Rasa," wherein Willow's memory spell goes awry; the return of Riley Marc Blucas in "As You Were"; Anya Emma Caulfield and Xander's Nicholas Brendon wedding in "Hell's Bells"; and the devastating season-ending story arc of "Seeing Red," "Villains," "Two to Go," and finally "Grave" -- in which a grieving Willow attempts to destroy the world, and Spike seeks to prove to Buffy how much he really loves her.
Barnes & Noble - Christina Urban
Season 7
In a commentary recorded for this Season 7 set of Buffy the Vampire Slayer, creator Joss Whedon says that he wanted to create a circular arc that took the show "back to the beginning." It's accomplished by having almost every episode reference something that has occurred in previous years, such as Buffy's Sarah Michelle Gellar return to high school in the season opener, "Lessons." As Willow Alyson Hannigan remains in England with Giles Anthony Stewart Head, trying to recover from her evil magic rampage; Buffy goes to work as a guidance counselor at the newly reopened Sunnydale High School -- complete with Hellmouth of course, located under new principal Robin Wood's D. B. Woodside office. Spike James Marsters, now possessed of a soul and the guilt-ridden conscience that goes with it, has been driven mad by the First Evil -- one of the original demons to walk the Earth see the Season 3 episode "Amends". He has taken refuge in the school basement; but it’s actually in a church that Buffy finally learns Spike's secret in "Beneath You" -- an episode with a final scene that’s among the series’ best ever. Buffy’s struggle with the First dominates Season 7, such as in "Bring On the Night" when Giles returns with news that the First has been killing the young girls that will become Slayers, known as Potentials, and Buffy makes the decision to find the girls and train them for an inevitable battle. After being tormented by the First, Spike returns to killing in "Sleeper" and "Never Leave Me." Knowing Buffy won't do it, Giles tries to settle the Spike problem -- with the help of Wood -- in the excellent "Lies My Parents Told Me." The rogue Slayer Faith Eliza Dushku returns in the pivotal episode "Dirty Girls," which also features the introduction of Caleb Nathan Fillion, the First's powerful servant. Faith is to aid in the training of the Potentials, and she eventually becomes their leader after the group loses confidence in Buffy in "Empty Places." The two-part series finale, "End of Days" and "Chosen," features a guest appearance by Buffy's first love, Angel David Boreanaz; the spectacular destruction of the Hellmouth; and the death of two major characters. For fans it's a harsh blow to see this amazing series come to a close, but to echo Spike in the final moments of the finale, we're glad just "to see how it ends."
Barnes & Noble - Christina Urban
Fans of Buffy the Vampire Slayer can sink their teeth into this limited-edition box set housing seven full seasons of action, humor, and pop-culture references that made the show a phenomenon. All 144 episodes of the Buffy vampire-slaying universe are contained on 40 discs, along with a bonus disc filled with special features. Featurettes created for this collection include: "Breaking Barriers: It's Not a Chick Fight Thing," an interesting look at the stunt men and women who brought Buffy and the demons she fought against to life; "Love Bites: Relationships in the Buffyverse," a glance into loves both won and lost over the years, including Buffy's two vampire beaus; "Buffy: An Unlikely Role Model," an engaging examination of girl power and the ways in which Buffy influenced a generation of young women; "Buffy Cast and Crew: Favorite Episodes," with creator Joss Whedon, executive producer Marti Noxon, writer Jane Espenson, and others discussing the episodes that mattered the most; and "Evil Fiends," a feast of special effects that shows how the creators came up with ideas for the foes that Buffy confronted every week. The real highlight of the bonus material, though, is "Back to the Hellmouth: A Conversation with the Creators and Cast." Crew members Whedon, Noxon, Espenson, executive producer David Fury, and writers Doug Petrie and Drew Goddard join actors Danny Strong (Jonathan), Charisma Carpenter (Cordelia), Nicholas Brendon (Xander), and Emma Caulfield (Anya) in an impromptu discussion about the series, covering such items as the reaction of Standards and Practices when Whedon made the character Willow gay and the controversy about the episodes "Earshot" and "Graduation Day" in light of the Columbine High School shootings. A must for any Buffy fan, the Chosen Collection is a wonderful way to top off seven fantastic seasons.
Entertainment Weekly - Ken Tucker
Give series creator Joss Whedon credit: No other show balances so many elements as deftly, without a trace of corniness or melodrama.

Season 4
When Angel Season 1 came out on DVD, fans had one small beef. They thought it should have been co-released with Buffy Season 4 in order to savor the crossover episodes between Angel David Boreanaz and the Slayer Sarah Michelle Gellar. Well, the wait is over: The pair's doomed erotic reunion on Angel is foreshadowed by the "Pangs" Angel suffers on Buffy. And in a season marked by change, Buffy's vampire soul mate was far from her only loss. Cordelia Charisma Carpenter also decamped to the spin-off. The werewolf Oz became an endangered species when Seth Green opted to make movies. Even Sunnydale High was left behind as Buffy and Willow entered college. Yet despite all these changes -- ­­and a weak central arc involving an X-Files-style cabal of covert government demon hunters­­ -- Season 4 delivered some of Buffy's best-ever episodes. Top of the list are "Hush," a dark fairy tale in which demons steal voices to silence screams; and "Restless," the season finale, which plants clues for the future in the REM movements of interlocking dreams. Both were written and directed by series creator Joss Whedon, whose pithy commentary digs deeper than on previous DVD releases. Seth Green has a last hurrah in the poignant "New Moon Rising," while the witty Buffy-and-Faith two-parter gives new meaning to the term "body double." Season 4 also boasts what many consider two of Buffy's worst-ever episodes: "Beer Bad" and "Where the Wild Things Are," both set where else? at frat-house parties. The Slayer gets a little sloppy, but hey, freshmen will be freshmen.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 9/19/2006
  • UPC: 024543212904
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  • Source: 20th Century Fox
  • Presentation: Includes book
  • Language: English
  • Format: DVD

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Sarah Michelle Gellar Buffy Summers
Alyson Hannigan Willow Rosenberg
Nicholas Brendon 'Xander' Harris
Anthony Head Rupert 'Ripper' Giles
David Boreanaz Liam/Angelus/Angel
James Marsters William the Bloody/Spike
Charisma Carpenter Cordelia Chase
Seth Green Daniel 'Oz' Osborne
Alexis Denisof Wesley Wyndam-Pryce
Eliza Dushku Faith
Kristine Sutherland Joyce Summers
Michelle Trachtenberg Dawn Summers
Amber Benson Tara
Emma Caulfield Anya
Marc Blucas Riley Finn
Technical Credits
Joss Whedon Writer
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    An Amazing 7 Year Ride

    Buffy the Vampire Slayer premiered as a midseason replacement on the fledgling WB network in the Spring of 1997. The series instantly garnered rave reviews from critics and established a small but loyal fan base. Sarah Michelle Gellar stared as Buffy, a teenage girl torn between the isolation inherent in her role as the slayer and her desire to maintain normalcy and a social life. More than about fighting vampires, the show was ultimately about combating inner demons, with the corporeal monsters serving as metaphors for those which lie within. The supernatural element quickly became a vehicle for metaphor and symbolism and, as a result, the series was able to explore growing up (along with many other themes) with an originality rarely seen on television. Another of the series strong points was the sense of community developed by Buffy and her friends over the years (the self-proclaimed Scooby Gang). These interpersonal relationships were among the best on television most of the characters that populated Sunnydale were dynamic, interesting, and ultimately realistic (I know, shocking for a show called Buffy the Vampire Slayer. The show's dialogue is witty and original, and the arcs are all engaging and entertaining, but the writers' pinnacle achievement is their ability to tell long, careful, meticulously crafted stories in an episodic format. All 144 episodes of the series are self-contained yet they also contribute to an overriding season arc, and ultimately, these seasons compile to illustrate the slayer's full journey. Joss Whedon, series creator and executive producer, was also able to use his creation to explore many genres of cinematic storytelling: Buffy successfully ventured into silent film, musical, and harrowing drama. The standout episodes that were produced from these experiments (Hush, Once More with Feeling, & The Body) receive the most consistent praise, but the series' true strength comes from its ability to routinely juggle drama, comedy, and horror. Buffy ran for seven seasons, and in retrospect it has become the standard by which many genre shows are measured. This series is commonly affecting, genuinely entertaining, and has become an important part of pop culture. These DVDs contain an amazing 7 year ride that I encourage you to investigate or revisit.

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

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    The entire series...

    The perfect way to just lose yourself in funny, engaging, Vampire Slayage for lots of hours. This series is great for when you sick, or just bored and want some easy-to-watch entertainment.

    I'd have to say, too, these folks are getting better with the packaging, realizing people don't have endless shelf space. This one box contains all 40 discs in the set.

    My only complaint is that sometimes the video transfer isn't the best (but I've a feeling the original aired version wasn't much better), and on some of the discs, the chapter settings are such that you can't just skip the credits by jumping forward to the next.

    But if you like Buffy & the Scoobs -- this is the set to get.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

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    A Fantastic Adventure

    I am so glad I bought this box set. I wasn't really able to follow the show while it was on TV, but I rediscovered it on Hulu and fell in love. It continues to get more and more interesting and exciting with each passing season. The packaging is very cool and useful. I also love all the special features! Definitely a must-buy for old and new fans alike.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 4, 2010

    Some of the Best TV You'll Ever See

    Earlier this year, I decided to give this show a go since I'd heard nothing but rave reviews. I found it a little hard to believe, especially considering the title and basic plot elements, that a show like this could be as great as everybody makes it out to be. Well, shock horror, it IS. I bought Season 1 and 2 in their individual cases, and before I even made it through Season 1 (one of the weakest seasons of the show), I bought the entire Chosen Collection, a purchase I definitely don't regret. If you make it through Season 1 thinking the show is pretty much crap, don't worry, by the end of Season 2, the Whedon & co. show what they can really do in some of the series' best episodes. And it only gets better from there.

    The packaging itself is quite nice and compact. It doesn't take up much less space than the individual season cases, but if you're a sucker for special packaging, like me, then this is a good'un. The bonus disc included also has some nice features and videos with the cast and crew.

    Buffy is my absolute favorite show. Don't let the title fool you into thinking it's anything short of brilliant.

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

    Greatest show ever

    I was a big Buffy fan back in the days, but never actually saw all seasons, until a couple of months ago, I realized what a huge mistake I had made and immediately acquired this neat box set.
    First off, Buffy is based on such a simple little idea, yet it has depth, humanity, humor, morality, friendship, love, cool plotlines, good acting, and it is plain unforgettable. Once you start watching, you can`t stop. There are those tiny details, that convince you that this is top-notch, first-rate work.
    The Chosen Collection is a must-have for all old and new Buffy fans.
    The dvd collection has some extras, which are good, but frankly, I just go for the actual series all the time.

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

    ONE OF MY FAVORITE SHOWS

    JUST PROVES THAT JOSS WHEDON IS A GENIUS.

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

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    Great Series

    Great series to own and be able to watch again. My only issues are that some of the DVDs do not play correctly on several episodes (this has happened on at least 5 DVDs that I have seen so far). The show itself is great, but some of the menus to get to the episodes are repetitive and annoying to click through if you are watching a few in a row.

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

    Best TV Ever

    Go Buffy! Woo-hoo!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Buffy the Vampire DVD's

    The TV series was great, however the DVD's are a little darker which makes it hard to see what is happening. Overall good buy, however alittle pricey.

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

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    Best show ever on TV (at least I think so)

    This show had it all: humor, excitement, great characters, and lots of heart. I only with it lasted a few more seasons.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Truely, The Best of Television

    The story of Buffy the Vampire Slayer is mystery to no one. This TV show was truely spectacular. In my opinion Buffy and Angel was an era of the greatest television making so far of my generation. Still, 3 years after they sign off, The release of the Chosen Collection has been eagerly anticipated. It was released about a year ago for about 2 months, but it was torn off of the market just as everyone was hearing about it. I am glad to have the Chosen Collection now. If you have not seen Buffy before, where have you been for the last 10 years? Trust me it is worth every penny. Also check out Angel, the Buffy spin-off.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Buffy Freak

    By far the best television show to hit the airwaves. Joss Whedon is a genius who has created an incredibly rich and imaginative show that will have you laughing and crying at any given moment. Sarah Michelle Gellar is fantastic as the title character and this show highlighted her acting ability. The girl can act!! Thanks Joss for 7 years of goodness!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    A Great Show

    Buffy is one of the greatest shows for teens, or even one of the greatest shows in the last 20 years. The action is sweet and the comedy is even better. I have definately enjoyed this show and i think everybody will. It is easy to get hooked on.

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