As compiled and issued by the Echo Bridge Home Entertainment label, the Chilling True Crime Pack contains four made-for-television movies from the United States and Canada, each one woven around the theme of real life atrocity. First on the list is the 2009 Taken in Broad Daylight, starring Sara Canning, James Van Der Beek and LeVar Burton; it's the story of Anne Sluti, a real-life teen nabbed from a mall parking lot, who demonstrates incredible survival instincts despite the ruthlessness of her captor and abductor, Tony Zappa. Next up is 1996's The Morrison Murders, from director Chris Thomson, starring John Corbett (Northern Exposure) and Gordon Clapp, it's the tale of two brothers whose parents are brutally murdered; one sibling then begins to suspect the other of foul play. The third feature in the line-up, 2003's The Elizabeth Smart Story, provides a docudrama recreation of the title character's (Amber Marshall) abduction by two extremely disturbed individuals, Emmanuel Mitchell (Tom Everett) and Wanda Breeze (Hollis McLaren). Finally, the package wraps up with The Interrogation of Michael Crowe (2002), starring Ally Sheedy - about a teen's slaying of his sister and his shocking confession to the crime.