A newcomer to a Catholic prep high school falls in with a trio of outcast teenage girls who practice witchcraft and they all soon conjure up various spells and curses against those who even slightly anger them.
After a tragic car accident that killed his wife, a man discovers he can communicate with the dead to con people but when a demonic spirit appears, he may be the only one who can stop it from killing the living and the dead.
Michael J. Fox,
Buffy Summers has the lifestyle any young woman could want. Cheerleading, dating the captain of the basketball team, and copious amounts of time spent shopping with friends. She had no idea of her true calling until a mysterious man named Merrick approached her and told her that she is the Slayer; one woman called to defend the world from vampires. Reluctant to concede to the fact, Buffy soon learns that Merrick speaks the truth and so begins to take her new life seriously while trying to maintain the sense of normality her life had once been. With her best friends slowly abandoning her, Buffy finds solace in the town outcast, Pike, who knows very well the terrors that have arisen. Together, they combat the forces of the old and powerful vampire, Lothos, who has his eyes set on Buffy. Written by
Despite claiming he was cut from the movie, Seth Green does appear in it - although it is just for 3 seconds and for 2 of them he is seen from behind. He is the short red haired vampire that gets kicked by Buffy outside the gym when a group of vampires, including him, are taunting her. You can recognize him by his haircut alone. See more »
As Pike is driving his van with Amilyn holding onto the hood, the position of Amilyn's right hand switches back and forth from the roof to the hood between shots. See more »
KEEP IT COMING (DANCE 'TILL YOU CAN'T DANCE NO MORE)
Written by Robert Clivillés, Anthony Quiles, Duran Ramos and David Cole
Produced by Robert Clivillés and David Cole for Cole/Clivillés Music Enterprises
Performed by C.C. Music Factory (as C & C Music Factory) featuring Q-Unique and Deborah Cooper
Courtesy of Columbia Records See more »
I loved this movie. I'd seen it waaaaay before the series was a twinkle in anyone's eye. This film is built for total entertainment and some of the dialog is the best around just because it is so ridiculous.
When the series started, I couldn't believe it was soo dark and brooding. I figured I'd never watch it because it was not faithful to the movie. Well, I did start watching it and now I can say I get great satisfaction out of both Buffy entities. For those of you who are avid (or rabid) viewers of the series and are thinking about watching the movie beware that it is absolutely NOTHING like the series. If you are hoping for something that is like the TV series, you are bound for disappointment. Just let go of your expectations and you will find lots of humor and pleasantness in Buffy (the movie).
And remember....Pike's not a name....it's a fish.
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