Collection of four features that follow the adventures of the Smurfs. In 'The Smurfs' (2011), after being chased by dark wizard Gargamel (Hank Azaria), the Smurfs find themselves transported from their village in the Middle Ages to modern-day New York. There they seek shelter in the home of Patrick Winslow (Neil Patrick Harris) and his wife, Grace (Jayma Mays), but with Gargamel on the loose, the Smurfs are running out of time to get back to their village. In 'The Smurfs 2' (2013) when Gargamel kidnaps Smurfette (voice of Katy Perry) and steals her away to Paris, the rest of the Smurf gang team up with their human friends Patrick and Grace to try and retrieve her from his clutches. However, with Smurfette the key to Gargamel's plans to transform his latest minions, the Naughties (voiced by Christina Ricci and J.B. Smoove), into Smurfs, this will be no simple task - not least because Smurfette seems rather taken by the Naughties... In 'The Legend of Smurfy Hollow' (2013), the yearly Smurfberry Hunt is fast approaching and Gutsy Smurf (voice of Alan Cumming) endeavours to find out the secret to Brainy Smurf (Fred Armisen)'s success in the previous nine competitions. Gutsy's curiousity leads him and Brainy into danger in scary Smurfy Hollow, home to the legendary ghostly figure known as the Headless Horseman. Will they manage to avoid a terrifying encounter with the ghost and evade the clutches of the evil Gargamel? In 'The Smurfs Christmas Carol' (2011), the Smurfs present their unique take on Charles Dickens' celebrated Christmas story 'A Christmas Carol' with Grouchy Smurf (George Lopez) as a natural stand-in for Ebenezer Scrooge, the figure who hates the joy and merriment the festive period brings. Can a visitation from the Smurfs of Christmas Past (Melissa Sturm), Present (Fred Armisen) and Future (Gary Basaraba) change Grouchy's ways in time to stop the dastardly Gargamel's latest wicked ploy from succeeding?