can't say that I thought any of them were 'snoozers'.
Probably the mood I was in at the time but 'An Echo Of Theresa' just didn't do anything for me at all.
I didn't expect to like it when watching the opening teaser but I found it entertaining. I also liked the more comic K IS FOR KILLING (with Gayle Hunnicut and Stephen Rea).
Out of the ones I've watched so far I've liked POSSESSION (with John Carson), ECHO OF TERESA, COLOUR OF BLOOD (enjoyed Norman Eshley as the psycho), MURDER IN MIND, ONLY A SCREAM AWAY, K IS FOR KILLING, I'M THE GIRL HE WANTS TO KILL, COME OUT COME OUT WHEREVER YOU ARE (with Carson and Linda Day George), SCREAMER, A KILLER IN EVERY CORNER, WON'T WRITE HOME MOM - I'M DEAD (with Pamela Franklin and Ian Bannen), SLEEPWALKER, and THE NEXT VICTIM.
IF ITS A MAN HANG UP is okay. LADY KILLER was boring for the first two thirds until the twist at the end.
SOMEONE AT THE TOP OF THE STAIRS, A PLACE TO DIE, SPELL OF EVIL, ONCE THE KILLING STARTS, KISS ME AND DIE, and ONE DEADLY OWNER are bad.
I saw MURDER MOTEL and THE KILLER WITH TWO FACES in their "feature" versions on tape some time ago. I didn't think much of them then but I don't remember so I'll have to see them again to decide.
The titles that I have not mentioned above are the ones I haven't seen yet. I haven't been watching them in sequence. Sometimes I put one on because of the cast listing.