Spider Baby -- (Movie Clip) Merrye House A messenger (Mantan Moreland) enjoys an unhappy greeting in this early scene from "Spider Baby," 1968. Visitor, The (1979) -- (Movie Clip) He Found A Hiding Place Most unorthodox opening, as silent John Huston is the title character, the somewhat obscured Paige Conner is the young girl and Franco Nero is in fact playing Jesus Christ, chatting up a captive audience, in international movie entrepreneur Ovidio Assanitis' hybrid The Visitor, 1979. Baby, The (1973) -- (Movie Clip) Baby's New Worker Windswept-looking Marianna Hill (as sister "Germanine") introduces herself to Ann (Anjanette Comer), the notably keen new social worker, conferring with mom, Mrs. Wadsworth (Ruth Roman) about the title character (David Manzy) whom, we soon learn, is a most unusual case, early in The Baby, 1973. Assault On Precinct 13 (1976) -- (Movie Clip) Smoking Can Kill You A vignette preceding the main event, introducing cop Starker (Charles Cyphers), the warden (John J. Fox), fearsome Wilson (Darwin Joston) and fellow inmates (Tony Burton, Peter Frankland), John Carpenter writing, directing, editing and scoring, in the original Assault On Precinct 13, 1976. Massacre Mafia Style - (Original Trailer) trailer Death By Invitation (1971) -- (Movie Clip) The Devil's Mistress Joining the opening, in a not altogether convincing version of 17th century Massachusetts, Shelby Leverington is the target and Aaron Phillips the ringleader, in the 1971 Midwestern regional drive-in horror programmer Death By Invitation. Blue Sunshine (1979) -- (Movie Clip) Remember Rodan? After apparently unrelated opeining scenes, introducing the loosely leading characters, Zalman King as "Jerry," Deborah Winters as "Alicia," at a party, friend Frannie (Richard Crystal) rolling out his Sinatra (?) impression, then bald weirdness, in Blue Sunshine, 1979. Doll Squad, The (1973) -- (Movie Clip) Split Little Man Sabrina (Francine York) gathering her squad seems unaware of thugs tailing her, which works out badly for Cherisse (Bret Zeller) and previously recruited martial artist Carol (Carol Terry), in schlock impresario Ted V. Mikels' The Doll Squad, 1973.