76 Bloody Trombones
Dingos Ate Her Baby.

Dingos Ate Her Baby.

Hey there, I love your Buffy blog! What's that background picture from? I saw that you read fanfic, I was wondering if you'd read mine, it's in the Buffyverse. Let me know!

Hey there! 

Thank you soo soo much! I do read fanfic, and I’ll totally check yours out, could you link me?

The background picture is actually from a movie written/directed/produced by Amber Benson called Chance which stars Amber Benson and James Marsters- also, if you’ve seen Angel it has Andy Hallet (Lorne) in it too :) It’s a little hard to find, but I definitely recommend watching it if you get the opportunity.

blue-like-jazz:

I AM SO PLEASED.

Admittedly, I’m about 4 days behind the times, but…

What the fucking shit, man? Buffy is not pregnant. She’s a robot. 

…What?

(AtS 5x11: Damage)

I think [Spike’s popularity] was an accident. Buffy was written about and for people who are on the outside. It was not written for the Cordelias of the world. It was not written for the popular kids in high school, it was written for the not-popular kids, which is basically the 99%. Spike, because the character endangered Joss’ theme, was pushed to the outside of a group of outsiders. I think that Joss tried to do it again, this time on purpose, with the character of Dawn. I think he tried to recreate that scenario, an outsider in a group of outsiders, with Dawn but because he planned on it, because he was doing it on purpose, somehow she was too precious.

With me, with Spike, he really meant it. He did not want you guys to like me and that created a situation where the character was a true outcast because the author really didn’t like the character. It was nothing he planned on but he created the uber-outsider, which spoke to the audience in a deep way.
James Marsters [x] (via coalitiongirl)

I thought this was a sort of romantic image, the two of them. We actually did it with real fire, but their hands were all gelled up and you could tell, so this was added in CGI and it looks beautiful. I thought it was a nice comment on their relationship. But what I basically told [Sarah and James] was: “Play the romance. Be proud of him. Love him when you say you love him. Love her when you say she doesn’t love you. Forget about the crumbling world. For that period of time, it doesn’t exist.” It’s a cinematic trick, but it’s a necessary emotional one. — Joss Whedon (“Chosen” Commentary)

(7x08: Sleeper)