Actually, this is a moderately fun package of low-budget schlock films from Retromedia (though Legend of Bigfoot is more of a schlock-doc, I guess). The transfers are about as good as can be expected considering the obscurity of the titles. And for the most well-known of the four, "Shriek of the Mutilated", it's the best the presentation has ever looked on video or DVD, for what that's worth. The disc starts with the Wisconsin quickie The Capture of Bigfoot (1979) is an affable enough affair with a bunch of dimwit dogsledders squaring off against a couple of charming yeti-type creatures. The picture is not great for this one, though it was far from unwatchable.... Shriek of the Mutilated (1974) is the only of these four films that has really established any sort of cult status, and it's an enjoyably warped little tale with a E.C comics plot, and a monster that isn't quite what it seems to be. Or maybe it is, if you were expecting a guy in a fur suit and a ridiculous rubber mask... Search for the Beast (1997) is a shot-on-video nudie flick with a cameo by classic schlock director David F. Friedman (Blood Feast). It's by far the best of the four for [...], and it's divertingly silly, but there isn't much in the way of terror, aside from a couple of glimpses of blood and a mildly disturbing Bigfoot-rape scene. But the emphasis is on cheap, here. It looks like someone shot it while they were on vacation or something. And the Bigfoot? Oy!... The Legend of Bigfoot (1976) is a lovely bit of balderdash about a lonely, pathetic old guy that wanders around Alaska looking for Bigfoot. It's supposed to be a documentary, and it concludes with some supposed footage of Bigfoot that is probably too good to be true. This one is probably okay to have running in the background while you are busy, or out of the room completely, but I expect it's too dull for most people to watch. When I was a kid there was sort of a Bigfoot rage, complete with loads of Bigfoot documentaries like this one, so it has a slight sentimental appeal for me.