PG-13 | | Action, Comedy, Fantasy
A flighty teenage girl learns that she is her generation's destined battler of vampires.
The violin melody played by Lothos near the end of the movie is from Schumann's "Piano Quintet In E Flat, Op. 44: I. Allegro Brillante".
Buffy? What's your sitch? You're acting like the thing from another tax bracket. It's too weird.
Buffy: Listen, a lot's been going on you guys, okay? And I really wanted to talk to you guys about it. See, um, a couple of weeks ago, I met this guy-...
Kimberly: Oh my...
After Buffy punches Merrick, she gives her "marry Christian Slater and die" speech. The reverse angle of Merrick shows Buffy's lips still moving, even though no dialogue is heard.
TV interviews with people who were at the dance attacked by vampires.
The original theatrical release received a "12" rating in the UK without any cuts however, the video release was rated "15" with 11 seconds cut. The scene in which Lothos ignites Buffy's cross was removed and instead of immolating his head, she merely flees. At the time, the "12" rating did not cover video releases, only theatrical so it was rated "15" and the scenes in question may be imitated by younger viewers. In 2002, all previous cuts were waived and the video release was rated "15".
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