Remember the classic Buffy episode Beer Good? How about Shush? If the titles sound familiar but not quite right, it's because they're from the amusingly titled Fluffy the English Vampire Slayer.
This fan-made short film is the brainchild of Surrey based amateur film-maker Henry Burrows, who's previous credits include the Star Wars spoof The Jedi Who Loved Me.
According to the project's web site, "In every generation there is a chosen one. Fluffy is not that chosen one. On the list of potential Slayers, Fluffy currently ranks about 11th."
Louise Anne Bateman stars as Fluffy, alongside cheekily named supporting characters such as, Alex, Ash, Farmer (Giles, geddit? and Count Von Whedon.
Sporting rather impressive computer-generated special effects created on Burrows' PC, Fluffy the English Vampire Slayer should be completed by the end of the year.
Check out the Fluffy web site with it's great spoof of the show's opening titles in RealPlayer format.
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