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Fox Really Wants A 'Buffy The Vampire Slayer' Reboot, And Honestly We'd Rather Get Staked

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Bad news everyone, the reboot train is still chugging along, picking up unwilling and unwanted passengers along the way.

At first the reboots were cute. It was nice to have those little reminders of our past. Sure, tell me what happened to the Tanner sisters, I'll admit I was curious. Or remake my favorite Disney movies with real humans instead of cartoons, because I can very easily ignore those and just watch my old VHS versions a hundred times.

I know I shouldn't be too precious with the past, because a lot of things we grew up watching were remakes of other versions anyways, but there comes a point when it has gone too far, and honestly, I think we're getting close.

We've all been getting increasingly annoyed at every reboot announcement, but this one has hit the peek. Buffy The Vampire Slayer was one of the most amazing TV shows of our time. I know what you're thinking, Buffy was a movie first, but hear me out, I don't really care. The movie is awesome in its own right, but the TV show was an iconic piece of history that shaped the way a lot of us thought.

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Buffy was so strong and awesome, giving us young girls someone to look up to. Sure, I wasn't fighting vampires, but it was nice to know that I could. If Buffy could find the strength to kill a bunch of monsters every week, I could get my math homework done.

But now, they want to bring it back to the next generation and fans like me are not okay with it. Here's what they've been saying...

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