The world Agatha Christie conjures up is populated by sleuths, criminal masterminds, and dastardly plots just waiting to be unleashed on an unsuspecting world. One such inhabitant is Hercule Poirot, who loves nothing more than sniffing out a new mystery, solving it, and bringing the perpetrators to justice. Four Poirot movies are gathered here: The first, "Death on the Nile" finds a murderer on board a cruise ship, and Poirot hot on his heels. Secondly comes "Sad Cypress," in which Poirot comes up with an inventive way to crack a case that seems obvious, but is actually far from it. "The Hollow" takes place during a weekend retreat, with Poirot acting as peacemaker, while, lastly, "Five Little Pigs" offers the super sleuth the chance to prove a woman's innocence, even though a decade has passed since she died.