Midsomer Murders

Midsomer Murders

Set 23

DVD - 2013
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Detective Chief Inspector John Barnaby and Detective Sergeant Ben Jones investigate sightings of a headless horseman, a series of revenge killings, and a string of deaths that imitate the horror films of two actress sisters.
Publisher: [United States] : Acorn Media : distributed by RLJ Entertainment, [2013]
ISBN: 9786315303371
Branch Call Number: DVD Midsomer
Characteristics: 3 videodiscs (ca. 278 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in


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Apr 04, 2018

This is also on series 15 along with set 24

Oct 28, 2014

The second 3-episode installment of this popular dark-comedy-detective series with DCI John Barnaby, after the original inspector retired, cousin DCI Tom Barnaby. The new DCI had some tough shoes to fill, but I quite like the actor playing John Barnaby's take on the character: More subtle, analytical, Sherlock Holmes-like than his predecessor. There does seem to be a little under-the-radar tension between Barnaby and DS Jones. Not sure if it is intended for the characters, written into the screenplay, or the tension is actually between the two actors. Either is understandable, what with the retirement of the original DCI. A major change like that, it takes some time for things to settle down and the characters mesh. In any event, all three episodes are excellent. I guess my favorite of the three would have to be "Dark Rider" simply because of this dialog: DCI Barnaby, to witness: "I understand you saw a man riding a horse. And according to this report, you said this horse rider was headless. Is that correct?" . Witness: "Well, hmmm, yes, the rider was a bit, ahhh, ummmm, headless."

BakerStreetIrregular Mar 07, 2014

Each season keeps getting better and better. Love the interactions between Barnaby and Jones. A must see :)


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