Buffy The Vampire Slayer (1992)

Buffy The Vampire Slayer (1992)
If it’s one thing Buffy Summers has, it’s keen fashion sense. The high school teenager has the idyllic life—she’s a popular cheerleader with a boyfriend and she’s helping to plan the ultimate high school dance. Everything changes when she meets Merrick, a man who spends one lifetime to the next training vampire slayers. At first, not willing to believe in vampires, much less that’s she’s the chosen slayer, Buffy soon realizes her destiny and starts training to defeat the ancient vampire, Lothos. Here are a few movie mistakes to look for while watching 1992’s “Buffy the Vampire Slayer”.

· Benny shows up outside the window of Pike’s bedroom. From the outside, looking in, Benny’s reflection on the glass can be seen. However, later in the film when his pictures are shown in the photo booth, he supposedly has no reflection.

· Amilyn is holding on to the front of the van while Pike is driving. In the farther view of the van, as it careens over the hill, Amilyn can be soon holding onto the roof, above the windshield, with his right hand. In the close-up, inside the van looking out, Amilyn’s right hand is holding onto the hood, below the windshield. It’s back up in the next farther view, as the van starts going between the trees, and back down just before he jumps up on the roof.

· Merrick shows up in the locker room during Buffy’s cheerleading practice. Buffy tosses her pom poms on top of the locker. During the scene, the pom poms change position. Buffy says there’s been a mistake and the purple tassels of the pom poms are handing down over the locker. A few moments later, she says, “see”, the pom poms have shifted, and the yellow tassels are hanging down. They’ve shifted again when Buffy says, “good luck and all” and once more when she catches the knife. The pom poms show more yellow when she argues he threw a knife at her head.

· Pike is on his motorbike talking to Buffy when she tells him she’s getting a dress for the dance. In the closer view of the two, Pike and Buffy are only a few feet away from the photo booth Benny is hiding in. In the farther view, just before Pike make the quick circle, his motorbike is farther away from the booth.

“Buffy the Vampire Slayer” (1992) stars Kristy Swanson, Donald Sutherland, Luke Perry, Rutger Hauer, Paul Reubens, Michelle Abrams, Hilary Swank and David Arquette. It runs 86 minutes and is rated PG-13 for comic vampire violence and drug references.

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