Here's a gaggle of films that you can easily skip watching. It's the first disc in the 20 movie set from Echo Bridge Entertainment. I say, first disc, but really the discs have nothing on them to indicate that they are part of a set. Each had been released previously as a 5 or 10 movie sets and each label is different. Two of the discs have a 2013 date and the other two have a 2016 date. I got the four disc set at Walmart for $3.74 plus tax. That's about 20 cents a movie. I know it's too much for most of these movies but I'm the optimistic fool that hopes for that little gem tucked into the turds. This didn't deliver any gems, only one of them might be worth watching, but that's iffy at best.
Home For The Holidays is a 1972 TV movie with Jessica Walters, Sally Field, Jill Hayworth, Julie Harris, Eleanor Parker, Walter Brennan and John Fink. The women, except for Julie Harris, are sisters, they return home to Walter because he said his wife, Julie, is trying to kill him with poison. He first husband died of poisoning and she was suspected. It's the best of the lot and I gave it a 6 on the IMDb. I doubt I would want to watch it again. You can check it out in the link in the title above.
A Lure: Teen Fight Club is 2010 movie about some scumbags who are kidnapping teen girls to fight in a secret and illegal fight club. It's filled with teen girls talking, and talking, and talking. There is some nudity but it doesn't help the tired story.
Murder So Sweet is a 1993 Harry Hamlin movie that was originally called Poisoned By Love: The Kern County Murders. I think that gives away most of the story. Harry the guy with the dead wives, Helen Shaver is the ex that lived and she helps bring the scum down. It's based on a real story and the guy who actually went to prison for the real murders tried to hire a hit man to kill his ex-wife but the hit man turned state evidence. It's only about average and not really worth the time considering the story told.
BreadCrumbs is a 2011 movie about a porn crew that goes into the woods to a cabin to shoot their movie. They should have stayed in the city and lived to bone again. The crew runs into a sick and twisted pair of teenage siblings that murder them one by one. Nothing special about this one, the crew does all the stupid things and gets killed. Oh well, maybe the next one.
The Shadows is another noper. It's a 2011 movie about some people that wash on on a beach by a lighthouse. They then spend the rest of the movie trying to figure out what's attacking them. It's some supernatural mumbo jumbo and isn't as satisfying as a viewer might like. Really, the movie isn't much better than that poster.
Not a good start to the 20 movie pack, I've probably wasted a buck. Life goes on.