PG-13 | | Action, Comedy, Fantasy
A flighty teenage girl learns that she is her generation's destined battler of vampires.
Screenwriter Joss Whedon found Donald Sutherland extremely difficult to be around. Sutherland re-wrote most of his dialogue and scenes, often making the scenes incomprehensible in Whedon's opinion. Whedon praised Sutherland's abilities as an actor, but called his behavior "... ...
Merrick, you made a Joke. Are you okay? Do You want to lie down? I know it hurts the first time
When trying to 'bond' with Buffy, the school administrator confesses he used drugs while watching the The Doobie Brothers in the '60s. The band didn't form until 1970.
Amilyn (Paul Reubens) revives to go through some more death throes.
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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