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Buffy the Vampire Slayer - Season 6 [DVD] [1998]

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  • Actors: Sarah Michelle Gellar, Nicholas Brendon, Alyson Hannigan, Anthony Head, James Marsters
  • Writers: Joss Whedon
  • Format: Box set, PAL
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English
  • Subtitles For The Hearing Impaired: 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: 921 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (141 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00008V6YC
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 12,027 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

Product Description

Product Description

Episodes:

Disc One:

  • Bargaining (double episode)
  • After Life
  • Flooded

DVD Special Features:
  • Commentary for Bargaining by Marti Noxon and David Fury

Disc Two:

  • Life Serial
  • All the Way
  • Once More With Feeling
  • Tabula Rasa

DVD Special Features:
  • Commentary for Once More With Feeling by Joss Whedon
  • Three karaoke sing-alongs:
    1) I’ve Got a Theory/Bunnies/We’re Together
    2) I’ll Never Tell
    3) Walk Through the Fire
  • Easter Egg: Newswrap - Once More With Feeling Tower signing

Disc Three:

  • Smashed
  • Wrecked
  • Gone

      DVD Special Features:
    • Commentary for Smashed by Drew Z. Greenberg
    • Academy of TV Arts and Sciences panel discussion
    • Eight trailers:
      1. Buffy Season 2 DVD
      2. Buffy Season 3 DVD
      3. Buffy Season 4 DVD
      4. Buffy Season 5 DVD
      5. Angel Season 1 DVD
      6. AngelSeason 2 DVD
      7. Angel Season 3 DVD
      8. Buffy the Vampire Slayer feature

    Disc Four:

    • Doublemeat Palace
    • Dead Things
    • Older and Far Away
    • As You Were

    DVD Special Features:
    • Behind the Scenes featurette - Buffy Goes to Work
    • Easter Egg: ROM content

    Disc Five:

    • Hell’s Bells
    • Normal Again
    • Entropy
    • Seeing Red

    DVD Special Features:
    • Commentary for Hell’s Bells by David Solomon and Rebecca Rand Kirshner
    • Commentary for Normal Again by Rick Rosenthal and Diego Gutierrez

    Disc Six:

    • Villains
    • Two to Go
    • Grave

    • Commentary for Grave by James Contner and David Fury
    • Featurette: Season 6 Overview - Life is the Big Bad
    • Featurette: A&E TVography
    • Outtakes reel

    From Amazon.co.uk

    The sixth series of Buffy the Vampire Slayer followed the logic of plot and character development into some gloomy places. The year begins with Buffy being raised from the dead by the friends who miss her, but who fail to understand that a sacrifice taken back is a sacrifice negated. Dragged out of what she believes to have been heavenly bliss, she finds herself "going through the motions" and entering into a relationship with the evil, besotted vampire Spike just to force her emotions.

    Willow becomes ever more caught up in the temptations of magic; Xander and Anya move towards marriage without ever discussing their reservations; Giles feels he is standing in the way of Buffy's adult independence; Dawn feels neglected. What none of them need is a menace that is, at this point, simply annoying--three high school contemporaries who have turned their hand to magical and high-tech villainy. Added to this is a hungry ghost, an invisibility ray, an amnesia spell and a song-and-dance demon (who acts as rationale for the incomparable musical episode "Once More With Feeling").

    This is a year in which chickens come home to roost: everything from the villainy of the three geeks to Xander's doubts about marriage come to a head, often--as in the case of the impressive wedding episode--through wildly dark humour. The estrangement of the characters from each other--a well-observed portrait of what happens to college pals in their early 20s--comes to a shocking head with the death of a major character and that death's apocalyptic consequences. The series ends on a consoling note which it has, by that point and in spite of imperfections, entirely earned. --Roz Kaveney

Customer Reviews

Top Customer Reviews

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I'm not in it for Buffy, I'm into Spike and as far as I am concerned this is the best season of Buffy, well apart from the Spike & DRu sessions in Season 2&3. I love the character development between Spike & Buffy and as far as I'm concerned even all those raunchy scenes are of themselves really interesting metaphors for how things are going for them "Out of high school" and into the "real" world...its actually one of my favorite seasons of Buffy and I can't imagine why anyone would write it off because its "different from other seasons"....if its not different after a while, there's no progress....why bother at all? Just replay SEason 1 over and over and over again....its original and Who doesn't want to see more of Spike in less clothes? :-)
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By Beanie Luck TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 13 Mar. 2014
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I have recently decided to watch Buffy again from the beginning, this to me is the most irritating season of them all.

Buffy and Spike, WIllow and her whining cold turkey, Dawn screaming all the time get out get out get out, Xander and Anya almost wedding, oh and Giles leaving, the monsters were pants and worst of all are the arch nemisises their words not mine of the 3 amigos being warren, andrew and johnathon.

Once more with feeling was however brilliant and the arrival of Dark Willow kicked total butt, however for me this is the weakest Season.

I like Spike, i just dont like Spike with Buffy.

I was glad when the season was over.
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By Trevor Willsmer HALL OF FAMETOP 50 REVIEWER on 24 April 2012
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Challenging, ambitious, courageous, daring and not particularly good, the sixth season of Buffy the Vampire Slayer is a curious paradox, boasting some of the most quotable dialogue (the supergeek supervillains argument over the best Bond, Spike's every other line) and one of the most fondly remembered episodes but never being able to shake the feeling that they really should have left the gal and the show in their grave. There are some intriguingly dark ideas - torn out of Heaven by her friends, Buffy spends much of the season trying to come to terms with being brought back to a life of fear, loss and uncertainty while the leader of the initially comic geek trio displays an ugly undercurrent of misogyny - but too many episodes are just lazy. Always boasting smart writing, the temptation at times veers to settle for smartass, only just dodging the bullet. Not only is the fun gone, but the often unremittingly joyless tone of the season ensures that none of the intended dramatic highs stand out - when everything is one-note miserable, what's another crisis more or less? There's not even much slaying going on as it piles on more soap opera angst, turning it into a veritable Sunnydale 90210. There's little of the real emotional power that enabled some of the supporting players to show their strengths as actors here: they have character arcs, many of them interesting, but it can't shake the feeling that they've been doing this too long to really be enthused by it. And yet it has one of the smartest episodes - Once More With Feeling, where creator Joss Whedon almost seems to turn the show into a mirror on conflicting emotions to its return with songs like Going Through the Motions. Still, it rallies for the finale, though.

Decent but insubstantial extras on the boxed set, but once again the UK set is cropped widescreen rather than (as per the US edition) the original fullframe.
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While many dislike this season due to its drastic change in tone and character development, this is by far one of my favorite seasons. This season was definitely needed due to the fact that season 5 didn't allow much time for development. Season 5 was quick paced with a seasonal Big Bad early on. Most of the focus was on that, but this season you got to see each character in a spotlight all their own. You see the parts of your character that you don't always like, which is a nice change from the norm. This season is definitely not your kid siblings Buffy. This season is also very pivotal for setting up a fantastic season (7 and final) and is quite needed. When viewed as a whole, this season is much better than as it aired. During the original airing, you often forget what is going on, and the multiple story lines that are entangled. That is my only problem with Buffy by the way, is its airing will have so many repeats during pivotal points in the season and you forget where the stories all tied. The DVD set will definitely show what alot of people didn't get to realize. That this season is a very powerful season and Buffy is worthy of the Title as The Chosen One once again. My favorite episodes include Bargaining part 1 and 2, Afterlife, Once More with Feeling, Wrecked, Seeing Red, Villains, and Two to Go. I will admit that the season finale left me feeling a little cheated, but the other episodes leading up to it made up for the anti climatic ending.
While this is only getting 4 stars, only season 3 and 5 get a full Best rating in my book. Season 6 is a masterpiece. Thank you Joss and Marti once again
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Spoiler alert...

Buffy is arguably the funniest, sharpest-written, best-cast, most consistently well-acted, best blend of comedy, drama, horror and farce you will ever see. Across its 7 seasons it raised the bar to an extraordinary level, which even Joss Whedon's sister show (or should that be brother show) Angel struggled to match throughout its own successful 5 season run.

This, season 6, was bought to complete my set after my 'old' discs started to play up. It's one of the darkest, sitting in the run between the suddenly sober season 5 (where poor Buffy lost her Mum, gained a sister (to the annoyance of much of the fanbase ) and the elegy-like season 7. Here, Buffy battles not so much external enemies (like the simple but terrifyingly powerful, diva-like Glory in season 5, and the equally unstoppable and equally merciless natural causes ) but her own darker impulses and those of her friends, making it arguably the series' most introspective and 'internal' season. Unlike the bright, blinding but harsh sunlight that permeated season 5, season 6 mostly takes place in the dark, with previously much-loved characters turning on each other in shocking ways. Xander, for so long the willing butt of the jokes, suddenly has cold feet about his wedding, which threatens to completely shatter a happy and unsuspecting Anya. Willow's love of the power and respect that comes from her magic use, finds herself unable to stop, threatening the people she loves and most of all her relationship with the loyal, responsible and concerned Tara. Giles departs for England at arguably the worst possible moment, leaving those who always looked to him for advice and wisdom rather lost. Dawn, Buffy's sister, while mostly free of the danger she experienced last season, feels neglected.
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