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. Candy Snatchers, The (1973) -- (Movie Clip) Little Candy Phillips Very weird hippie-Catholic-criminal vibe, opening introducing the victim (Susan Sennet) and the band of kidnappers (Tiffany Bolling, Brad David and Vincent Martorano), from the controversial but obscure The Candy Snatchers, 1973. Hatchet For The Honeymoon -- (Movie Clip) I Know I Must Kill Cutting from the opening murder on a real train, the hero, fashion-house proprietor John (Stephen Forsyth) with his toys, then very composed narration and the introduction of his troublesome wife (Laura Betti), in Italian director Mario Bava's Hatchet For The Honeymoon, 1970. Disco Godfather (1979) -- (Movie Clip) Watching My Every Move Ex-cop and LA disco owner Tucker (Rudy Ray Moore, also the producer) is rightly worried about the phone repairmen who nobody summoned to his office, before we learn bad things about his new business partner Stinger (Hawthorne James), in Disco Godfather, 1979. Billy The Kid Vs. Dracula -- (Movie Clip) Good Shootin' Billy! Heretofore docile Indians find one of their own killed by the vanished vampire (John Carradine), turn on the remaining stagecoach passengers, whose belongings introduce us to straight shootin' Billy (Chuck Courtney) and won-over Betty (Melinda Plowman), in producer Carroll Case's nutty Billy The Kid Vs. Dracula, 1966. Honeymoon Killers, The (1969) -- (Movie Clip) Not A Motel Room! The grim, low budget opening, the first two interior shots said to have been directed by the soon-fired (for working too slowly) Martin Scorsese, introducing Shirley Stoler as nurse Martha, with neighbor and mother (Doris Roberts, Dortha Duckworth), in the semi-legendary The Honeymoon Killers, 1969. Honeymoon Killers, The (1969) -- (Movie Clip) You May Kiss The Bride Now posing as his sister, Martha (Shirley Stoler) cringes as Raymond (Tony Lo Bianco) ties the knot with their first shared victim, New Jersey schoolteacher Doris (Ann Harris), in The Honeymoon Killers, 1969. Border Radio (1987) -- (Movie Clip) Bring A Lot Of Beer Opening sequence with a song by leading man Chris D's (DesJardins) band, as he counts the cash and hides in the closet when the thugs (Craig Stark, Eddie Flowers, Sebastian Copeland) show up, from the celebrated debut by UCLA students Allison Anders, Dean Lent and Kurt Voss, Border Radio, 1987.