Endeavour: Series 8 [DVD] 
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- Aspect Ratio : Unknown
- Language : English
- Package Dimensions : 19.1 x 13.6 x 1.5 cm; 90 Grams
- Media Format : PAL
- Run time : 6 hours
- Subtitles: : English
- Language : English (Dolby Digital 5.1)
- Studio : ITV Studios Home Entertainment
- ASIN : B09DQKZFL6
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1971 proves an explosive year at Castle Gate as CID investigates a bomb at an Oxford college and a death threat to Oxford Wanderers star striker. The death of a local taxi driver leads to a conspiracy at the heart of Londons Soho, and when winter brings with it an almighty snowstorm, Endeavour finds himself stranded at an abandoned hotel, caught in a game of gruesome revenge, while Thursday races to find him before its too late.
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As the decades roll one into another I have been at times given a curious sense of genuine nostalgia for what the series leaves behind. To its profound credit Endeavour insists on moving forward, on not relying on a comfortably and predictably frozen past. For those two things alone, I have to thank and congratulate Endeavour for providing me with an experience no other series has offered.
Directing, screenwriting, incidental music, all take a nosedive, and some of the supporting cast are very poor, something that could not be said of previous series whatever else their failings.
All in all it puts me in mind of the time in S3E3 that Strange gives morse a James Last LP.
The best thing Mr Russell Lewis can do is sit down and watch the pilot episode to remind himself of what he should be turning out, as opposed to the self indulgent dross of the last 2 series.