WHAT IF I CAME KNOCKING?
January 2008. Spoilers for BTVS seasons four through seven. Music by John Cougar Mellencamp.
A Secret Santa present for Starlet2367. A study of Spike's stalkery infatuation with Buffy. What if I came knocking on your front door some night? Would you open the window and drop me down the key?
THE GREEN-EYED MONSTER
November 2005. Spoilers for Angel, seasons one through four, and Buffy, seasons one through six. Music by Alanis Morissette.
After Angel leaves for LA, Buffy imagines he's becoming romantically entangled with every woman he meets, and is consumed with jealousy.
Coarse language warning for a naughty word. You know the one.
April 2005. Spoilers for BTVS seasons one through three, and Angel seasons one through five. Music by Sarah McLachlan.
As Cordelia wakes from her coma, she blames herself for everything that's happened.
Thanks to Astarte for the idea and to Sweetie for letting me use the song she'd just vidded to.
THE BITTER END
January 2005. Spoilers for all the BTVS season finales (except season four, where I used the penultimate episode instead).
Seven season-ending apocalyptic battles (aka A Tale Of Seven Ends).
Thanks to Griff for the idea. Dedicated to my girls, the Time Turners.
November 2004. Spoilers for Angel seasons three and four. Music by A Perfect Circle.
Connor returns from The Quartoth to meet his real father, and is bitterly disappointed with what he finds.
Coarse language warning.
SOMETHING TO SLEEP TO
October 2004. Spoilers for Angel seasons one through three. Music by Michelle Branch.
Cordelia had a profound effect on Angel. She grounded him, exasperated him, made him smile and made him feel. This video celebrates their relationship.
September 2004. Spoilers for BTVS seasons two and three, and Angel seasons one through four. Music by Uncle Kracker.
Some days you just want to get rid of that pesky soul...
YOU’RE ONLY HUMAN
May 2004. Spoilers for BTVS season three and Angel seasons one through four. Music by Billy Joel.
A humorous look at Wesley Wyndam-Pryce, who never forgot his second wind, despite being more human than most.