Twenty years ago this month, the Hellmouth opened, and television hasn’t been the same since.
On March 10 in that long-ago year, an upstart network called the WB broadcast the first episode of ‘Buffy the Vampire Slayer,’ Joss Whedon’s smart, campy, funny series about a teenage girl who is the world’s best defense against all sorts of demonic forces.
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Give one reason why this show must go on! I think that’s what they’re looking for. 🤔
Post your letters too! Why not? As many messages as we can to get through to them! (But keep it positive and respectful) This show is what the world needs! 🌎❤️
I’m posting this for inspiration.
This episode had a very important lesson. If you stand up for what you believe in, you can make a difference.
We love this story, and we learn from it. Disney Channel is Chairperson Sanchez right now.
We need to be like these kids.
Think creatively and show Disney why their hands are not tied.
We can do this, fandom! 🌎❤️️
Can you believe those Now That’s What I Call Music compilations are still being made? The 55th (!) installment was released last month. I don’t see how they remain relevant in a digital age, but I digress.
The same folks behind the Now albums have released a new Halloween-themed compilation titled - you guessed it - Now That’s What I Call Halloween. It’s available on CD and MP3 as of today through Legacy Recordings.
The album features 18 tracks, including Rob Zombie’s “Dragula,” Blue Oyster Cult’s “(Don’t Fear) The Reaper,” Oingo Boingo’s “Dead Man’s Party” and DJ Jazzy Jeff & The Fresh Prince’s "A Nightmare On My Street.”
It also features a few film score selections, such as John Carpenter’s unmistakable Halloween theme, Mike Oldfield’s “Tubular Bells“ from The Exorcist and Danny Elfman’s “Beetlejuice“ main title music.
Sure, most horror fans will already have these songs, but it’s a good starting point for people looking to set the mood at a Halloween party. We’re only 50 days away from the big day, so this is a nice way to help kick off the season.