Here's the article I was alluding to: I think what they're saying is very logical and articulate. It also makes a lot of sense...or at least WOULD make a lot of sense IF IT WERE REFERRING TO SOMETHING OTHER THAN "BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER". Yeah, that show sure is 'irrelevant' to today. I mean, think about it, those kids in the show didn't even have cell phones! What an archaic, hard-to-watch, badly aged fossil that show is! It's insane how they praise Buffy for being timeless, then compare what they're doing to what Nolan is doing with Batman by bringing an old character to the big screen with a "vital new vision".