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Dynasty Season 8 [DVD] [1987]

3.6 out of 5 stars 42 customer reviews

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  • Actors: John Forsythe, Linda Evans, Joan Collins, Gordon Thomson, John James
  • Format: PAL, Colour, Full Screen, Dolby
  • Language: German, English, French
  • Subtitles: French, German, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, Finnish, English
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 4:3 - 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 6
  • Classification: 12
  • Studio: Paramount Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: 30 July 2012
  • Run Time: 996 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (42 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B007Q1GKR8
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 7,893 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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Television legends John Forsythe, Joan Collins and Linda Evans headline the glittering ensemble, while entertainment titan Aaron Spelling and creators Richard and Esther Shapiro have devised spectacular new surprises for the essential Eighth Season of the landmark hit drama.

Powerful new players join the Carrington/Colby blood feud along with all the trademark glamour, high drama and eye-popping twists and turns - including a deadly hostage crisis, a brutal race for high office, a heart-wrenching battle over a surrogate baby and a final, fatal gunshot.

Like no other series before or since, Dynasty is the ultimate guilty pleasure.

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If ,like me,you have been following Dynasty by the box set, your going to buy this regardless of any reviews. Its true, the picture transfer is awful and the sound has a constant rumbling sound running all the way throughout the set.

Boring old Jeanette finally gets a scene of her own but with the poor flickering picture quality her purple blouse is like a psychedelic trip which really livens it up. The Alexis and her new lover storyline is crap. The new Fallon isnt just a new actress but the whole character is so different that I cant understand why they botherd.

The Season itself is a bit of a trudge, its definitely not the finest. Its lost its sparkle and glitz and its full of useless characters. But really, theres still some fun to be had.

But buy it and carry on, not much longer to go now:-(
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Just have to agree with the other reviewers. Picture and sound quality is disgusting. The print is filthy (the tracking shot across the Denver skyline during the opening credits looks as if it's been dragged through a mud pit) and on episode 5 it sounds like there's a roaring log fire burning away in the background throughout.
In today's digital age this is just totally unacceptable. The overall quality is worse than any VHS tape. Avoid this travesty at all costs.
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I agree with other recent reviewers,this season 8 of "Dynasty" was spoiled with a terrible picture,quality,particularly the first two episodes when a red flaring was causing my eyes to really hurt.

I'd award Dynasty fours stars but am only awarding the DVD set two stars,as the picture and at times,the sound is awful.

To complain about the DVD quality,you can write to :Paramount Home Entertainment,Building 5,Chiswick Park,566 Chiswick High Road,London W4 5YF or telephone 0203 184 2300.

I have telephoned already to a lady,who found the conversation amusing,let them know this is unacceptable!
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The TV ratings slide towards ultimate cancellation was sped up by this dire season which kicks off with the resolution of the return of Matthew Blaisdal (all neatly sorted out by episode 2!). Jeff & Fallon return from 'The Colbys' although they probably wished they hadn't as the storylines get worse and more desperate....purleese, Alexis for Governor!!!! Never! However, Fallon's return does allow for repeat flashbacks to her UFO 'incident' (the spaceship 'smelt of cinnamon', stated Fallon. 'Aha', says Jeff, 'were they baking?').

New man on the block 'Sean' (a clone of Dex if there ever was one) adds nothing to the story, Dominique vanishes without mention and the Adam/ Michael storyline coupled with the awful surrogate baby drama, all leave me in no wonder why US 80's TV viewers switched off in their millions.

I read somewhere that the show wanted to return to basic's after several seaons of fantasy and the loss of The Colbys. Its a shame really that the writers didn't have the foresight to get rid of some of the Dynasty deadwood (i.e. Lesley, Dex, Dana, Adam) and transplant in some of the the more heavywright cast from the 'The Colbys'.....seriously, wouldn't it have been fun to see Blake and Jason go head-to-head, or have Francesca dally with Dex, or even filthy foreigner Zachary Powers try to seduce Sammy Jo. Ahh, what could have been.

Season 8 is for diehard Dynasty lovers only, so I'm giving three (generous) stars.
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Warning!! Review contains spoiler alerts!!

If I was Blake Carrington, I would sack my security staff immediately. Drunks, Mad men and dubious characters turn up at his front door with monotonous regularity. This season, it is mad Matthew Blaisdel back from the dead and spoiling for a show down. Alexis, narrowly escaping a watery grave at the end of the last Season,was rescued by a handsome mystery man. She is intrigued by her solipcistic knight in shining armour and traces him. Alexis completely loses her Queen Bitch image, taking leave of her senses, her courage and her dubious moral code to pursue the mysterious man, who seems impervious to her wiles.She cries in terror at a thunderstorm and marries her saviour without knowing anything about him.
Is this the action of a clever,scheming harpy who runs her own business empire? Poor Alexis!Scuppered by a poor bunch of plot lines!At last she has a male protagonist who can plot as well as she can, and almost -almost- manages to outwit Alexis.
Elsewhere, Blake has handed over his own kingdom to his children to run as he is campaigning to become State Governor of Colorado.Adam, Steven and Fallon bicker and mishandle the business. Steven gets to own his father's football team, with disasterous results for Sammy Jo.
Fallon has her infamous story line of Alien Abduction, which peters out after a few episodes. There are no signs of other characters, Dominique, Caress, and Jackie have disappeared. Perhaps they were all beamed up by the aliens, and only Fallon came back?
Bad brother Ben Carrington has gone off into the sunset, leaving his daughter, Lesley, behind. Lesley tries to be Alexis' "Mini Me", but can't outbitch the Mistress of Darkness.

Alexis decides to run for State Governor as well, to Blake's chagrin.
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