|Released||Apr 30th, 2012|
|Running Time||143 Min.|
|Director||Lee Roy Myers|
|Company||Adam & Eve Pictures|
|DVD Extras||Behind the Scenes, Bonus Scenes, Interviews, Still Gallery(ies), Trailer(s)|
|Cast||Tom Byron, Ash Hollywood, Jessie Andrews, Michael Vegas, Chanel Preston, April O'Neil, Britney Amber, Rocco Reed, Amber Rayne, Lexi Belle, Kris Slater, April O`Neil|
|Genre||Parody - Comedy|
More slash fanfic than a true parody, Buffy the Vampire Slayer XXX: A Parody will definitely appeal to the hardcore fan base the TV show developed through the years, but there’s enough hot sex scenes and comedy and one-liner references to other cult hits (Ghostbusters and American Pie among them) that anyone who has never seen a single episode will still get off and enjoy the ride.
When Buffy (Lexi Belle) complains to Willow (Jessie Andrews) that she can’t sleep because she misses Angel (Rocco Reed) so much, Willow casts a spell intended to let the star-crossed lovers have one night together. But the spell backfires a bit, giving realistic sex dreams to the entire gang (Tom Byron’s Rupert Giles gets some nocturnal emissions from Jenny/Chanel Preston; Kris Slater as Xander hooks up with Willow; and Buffy and Angel finally get their night of passion together). But another side effect of the spell is that demons cross back into our dimension: When January (Ash Hollywood) and her minions (Amber Rayne and April O’Neil) enter our world, they proceed to kill off a janitor and then celebrate with a three-way that’s as hot as we’ve seen in a while. Using only their fingers and tongues, the girls suck and finger-fuck one another. Rayne cums so hard a few times her entire body shakes; it’s truly a beautiful sight.
In between all the sex, Giles manages to get captured by January and her girls, and of course Buffy, Willow and Xander show up to save the day. In the meantime, however, Spike (Michael Vargas) has returned to Sunnydale and gets his rocks off with Harmony (Britney Amber), cums on her tits, and leaves the door open for a possible sequel.
At times it’s hard to remember this is a parody about a vampire slayer, since the sex scenes take up about 90 percent of the movie. But the non-sex scenes—especially those that have Andrews as Willow ... she hits her impression pretty dead on—have some decent comedy in them and some good vampire makeup, so it all evens out.