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Buffy the Vampire Slayer - Season 3 [DVD] [1998]

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  • Actors: Sarah Michelle Gellar, Nicholas Brendon, Alyson Hannigan, Anthony Stewart Head, Seth Green
  • Directors: David Greenwalt, David Grossman, David Semel, David Solomon, James A. Contner
  • Format: Box set, PAL
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 6
  • Classification: 15
  • Studio: Twentieth Century Fox
  • DVD Release Date: 18 Oct. 2004
  • Run Time: 935 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (76 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00005NGUP
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 19,768 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)


Product Description

Contains all the episodes from Season 3:

  • Anne
  • Dead Man's Party
  • Faith, Hope And Trick
  • Beauty And The Beasts
  • Homecoming
  • Band Candy
  • Revelations
  • Lover's Walk
  • The Wish
  • Amends
  • Gingerbread
  • Helpless
  • The Zeppo
  • Bad Girls
  • Consequences
  • Doppelgangland
  • Enemies
  • Earshot
  • Choices
  • The Prom
  • Graduation Day - Part 1
  • Graduation Day - Part 2


Action-packed Season Three develops major characters and plot lines brewing over the last couple of years. The Mayor, this season's major baddie, wants to become an invincible demon by slaughtering everyone at Sunnydale High's graduation ceremony but he's going to torture them all by giving his speech first. Bad-girl vampire-slayer Faith wants to get one over on Buffy and becomes even more rotten. Angel comes back from hell but isn't sure what to do about his girlfriend. Willow meets her evil gay vampire duplicate from another dimension. Xander loses his virginity but still has to contemplate his essential uselessness. Cordelia gets less whiny and has to work in a dress-shop when her father becomes bankrupt. Giles wears tweed and drinks tea, though it is revealed that he used to be a warlock and in a punk band. Besides the soap opera, there are monsters, curses and vampires (inevitably). --Kim Newman

On the DVD: The DVDs are presented in a standard television 4:3 picture ratio and in a clear Dolby sound that does full justice both to the sparkling dialogue and to the always impressive indie-rock and orchestral scores. Special features include an overview of Season Three by its creator Joss Whedon, and by writers Marti Noxon, David Fury, Doug Petrie and Jane Espenson and documentaries on the weapons, clothes special effects of the show and the speech/verbal tone which makes it what it is-"Buffyspeak". The episodes "Helpless", "Bad Girls", "Consequences" and "Earshot" have commentaries by, Fury, Petrie, director James Gershman and Espenson, in which we find out some fascinating details about the way the scripts mutate and about the particular illuminations added to scripts by actors' performances. After complaints about the Season 2 DVD packaging, the disc envelopes include a protective coating. --Roz Kaveney

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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Matt Kenway on 27 Feb. 2006
Format: DVD
In my opinion, it's the first three seasons of Buffy that hit the hardest. Each one is more dramatic and emotionally involving than the last, with a devastating finale - and the finale of this season is perhaps the best of all. Season 3 introduces rogue slayer Faith, the oddly short-lived star vamp Mister Trick, and the cordially sinister Mayor Wilkins (has a screen villain ever been so menacing, yet so chirpy?). If you've seen this season already, then you'll know exactly how high the standard is. If you haven't, then maybe I shouldn't say too much else except that you will surely not be disappointed.

After Season 3, things started to go sadly awry in the Buffy camp as the show grew increasingly implausible and inconsistent (although there were often classic epsiodes amongst the mess), and it was surely no accident that the writers reintroduced the school setting for the final season. I know a lot of fans rate the last season very highly, also Season 4 is a big favourite (probably the next best after 2 and 3 I reckon).

Last but not least, the packaging for this US box set is far superior to the UK version, boasting a magnificent fold out sleeve (much like the UK version of Season 1), superb photos of the main characters and a sprinkling of those classic quotes from the show.

What more can I say except that this DVD represents a much loved cult classic TV show at the height of its powers, beautifully packaged. This should be an essential purchase for all multi-region DVD player-owning Buffy heads out there.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Mrs. G. M. Glover on 10 Jan. 2006
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
I was a latecomer to Buffy but having seen most of the episodes, Season 3 shines as the best. Why? They're all still in high school, Cordelia's still in it with her comic relief, there's still an element of escapism for me as an adult. It's still really funny - after this season, it goes a bit more serious; a bit darker and to places I didn't think it should go. This for me is the peak. There are seminal episodes such as The Wish - where Cordelia wishes them into an Alternate Universe where things are BAD. Doppelgangland is funny with an evil Willow doppelganger from the alternate universe of The Wish. Gingerbread is great with lots of comedy from the core Scoobies. My other favourites are Band Candy ( Ethan Rayne, cursed chocolate reducing adults to teens...enter Giles and Joyce) and Earshot (almost a follow up to Band Candy with the confirmation of what happened between Giles and Joyce) and Graduation...another belting season finale.
Enjoy the light hearted fun in this season; enjoy Snyder's sarcasm, enjoy the comedy. Enjoy Cordelia's one liners!! Also, enjoy Giles getting cooler with the arrival of Wesley. Giles gets some great scenes - notably in Revelations and Bad Girls as well as the classic Band Candy and The Wish.
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30 of 32 people found the following review helpful By Sandra on 3 Oct. 2003
Format: DVD
This season just kicked ass! I'd pick it for someone just beginning Slayerfast just as easily as a dond rememberance how out of all 7 seasons this was the best - even if season 2 was much bigger on the epic love-hate-love relationship.
But come on? Buffy/Anne in LA? Faith appearing on the scene? Angel back from hell (never was DB more handsome)? The Mayor - greatest villain of all times? Yay!
And for me Graduation day (1&2) rival Becoming (1&2) as the most fabulous moments of 3rd season's BtVS episod!
ersonal favourite episodes(no spoilers): Anne, Faith, Hope & Trick, Beauty and The Beasts, Lover's Walk, The Prom, Graduation 1&2
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82 of 89 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 11 Sept. 2001
Format: DVD
I would make it clear I rate Buffy's second season as it's best (which I already own on DVD). The great love story between Angel and our slayer is less prominent in this (admittedly more balanced) season. However, it is a lot fairer on our other characters, and we still see our heroes going through all kinds of turmoil, both emotional and monster related.
Most startling addition is the rogue slayer Faith, who manages to throw a serious spanner in Buffy's life, as well as almost killing Xander at one stage...
I wont give everything away! Big baddie for this season is the towns extremely amusing mayor (who tells his vampire minions to mind their language). For some obscure reason, he is immortal, and wants to "ascend". This is not good as you can imagine. of course, Buffy saves the day! You'll enjoy finding out how though.
Elsewhere this is very much a season where the characters come of age, in Willow and Xander's case in the same way that Buffy did in season two. It is a lot cleverer than that however, and it is difficult not to be touched by episodes like "Amends" and "The Prom". Willow begins the enormous change in her character this season, and we learn even more about Giles wild past.
They are also joined by a new regular in the talented Seth Green as the Werewolf Oz, guitarist and boyfriend to Willow. Also present still are the adorable Cordelia, and of course Angel.
Anyway, dont be put off by the lacklustre start to the season, Buffy reached a peak in season three. This DVD set will be a must buy for fans!
Incidentally, if the packaging is like the season two packaging, watch out. It's very pretty, but it can scratch your discs!
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