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The Vampire Diaries: The Complete First Season [Blu-ray]

The Vampire Diaries: The Complete First Season [Blu-ray]


It’s Elena’s first day back at Mystic Falls High School since the tragic death of her parents. Along with her Aunt Jenna, Elena tries her best to look after her troubled younger brother, Jeremy, and salvage what family they have left. The first day is already shaping up to be a struggle for Elena until she meets the mysterious new kid at school, Stefan. Elena is touched that he can relate to what she’s going through. What Elena doesn’t know is that Stefan is a vampire, constantly resisting the urge to taste her blood. As their undeniable connection grows deeper, Stefan’s dangerous older brother, Damon, shows up to wreak havoc on the town of Mystic Falls – and claim Elena for himself. The Vampire Diaries is based on the bestselling book series from Alloy Entertainment.Like HBO’s True Blood, the CW’s Vampire Diaries proves there’s always room for more good-looking bloodsuckers. Cocreated by Kevin Williamson (Dawson’s Creek) and based on the young adult series by L.J. Smith, the show rev

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  1. Shira R. Rosenblatt "Shirarose"

    April 12, 2011 at 12:02 pm

    17 of 17 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    The Unintentional Vampire Diaries Addict, June 9, 2010
    Shira R. Rosenblatt “Shirarose” (New York) –

    I should never even have watched the first episode of the Vampire Diaries…

    I am not the target audience for either the show or the CW network (I’m 35, well past my tween, teen and college years). Unlike many who fell in love with Dracula, Interview with a Vampire and Anne Rice, I was never into vampires or any other supernatural/science fiction melodramas. In fact, until recently, I had never even heard of True Blood or Twilight (and I have yet to see either of those franchises). So you may wonder — how is it possible that I am now a Vampire Diaries addict?

    It’s really very simple — vampires or no vampires, it is the best show on television right now.

    The writing, direction, production, pacing and acting is all superb (especially given how many of the young actors on the show had little or no experience on television series before they landed this show). The casting was spot-on (especially the three stars) and right from the beginning I was able to relate to all of the characters. Even the guest stars have been cast perfectly (although given the death toll on this show, I have learned not to become too attached to any of the cast members, be it a guest star or one of the contract players).

    This show could easily have degenerated into an annoying teenage melodrama (especially since the first season has focused on setting up a love triangle between a seventeen year old human girl and two centuries-old vampire brothers and I have always hated triangles). Somehow, despite its premise, the actions and reactions of the characters have managed to stay believable (for the most part) and relatable (and I don’t even mind the triangle — yet). Even the non-supernatural storylines manage to surprise you (the teenagers don’t react the way you expect TV shows to write them and the relationships are surprisingly mature, open and real).
    Thanks to the writers, the pacing of the storylines is so fast that most story arcs begin and end within two episodes, usually by hitting you with shocking cliffhangers which are then answered immediately within the same episode or the next episode. And, despite the dark and supernatural storylines, the show manages to not take itself too seriously and infuse just enough snarky humor to keep it entertaining.

    The show runners like to say that what drew them to the show was that it wasn’t just about vampires; it was about a town with a rich history of relationships and a history of the supernatural. That is true, but what drew me to the show were the terrific characters, writing and storylines. Most of the time, I forget the show is even about vampires (and that is high praise, given that I’m not really a vampire lover).

    So in sum, despite my normal aversion to teenage shows, vampires and the supernatural, I am now utterly addicted to a teenage vampire drama on the CW called The Vampire Diaries — in fact, don’t bother to call or e-mail me at 8:00PM EST on Thursdays — I won’t answer because I am completely engrossed in the goings-on in a town called Mystics Falls. Come join me — I guarantee it won’t take long for you to get addicted — maybe then, we can start a support group for TVD addicts.

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  2. J. J "Vampire Lover"

    April 12, 2011 at 11:08 am

    35 of 38 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Amazing show. ADDICTING., April 21, 2010
    J. J “Vampire Lover” (New York, NY) –

    I cannot believe how obsessed I am with this show. I’ve recorded every episode on my dvr but i will still buy the season when it comes out on dvd. Nina Dobrev, Ian Somerhalder and Paul Wesley are absolutely incredible actors. I don’t know how I survived before this show on Thursday nights at 8pm!

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