Back in October 2010, the first Weird Retro Mix-Movie was released for the Halloween period. The Weird Retro Drive-In Horror Show is a compilation of various hacked and slashed trailers from obscure horror movies all spliced together with inserts from drive-in movie segments. I've never listed the movies used, and wasn't even sure I could remember them all for years on.
Doctor Butcher MD (also known as Zombie Holocaust) was a 1979 Italian Zombie movie. The original movie was re-edited, new footage added and the musical score changed, for its US release as Doctor Butcher MD. The Diabolical Dr. Z (1955) a French/Spanish horror film, directed by Jesús Franco who was later famous for the cult classic Vampyros Lesbos (1971).
The Sinister Urge (1960), an Ed Wood movie. In typical Wood style a rehash of previous footage, with new footage added to roll with the sexploitation genre of "roughies" that was popular at the time. Another Wood movie featured in the mix is Bride of the Monster (1955), a sci-fi horror movie that starred Bela Lugosi and wrestler Tor Johnson, both of who would make an appearance in the infamous Plan 9 From Outer Space (1959).
See Captain's Blog post: Bizarre Profiles: Ed Wood (1924 - 1978)
Anthropophagous: The Beast (1980) as it was released in the UK, and in the USA as The Grim Reaper (also known as Zombie 7), is an Italian horror. It reached infamy in the UK for being one of the movies to be banned and put on the Video Nasty list in the early 80s. I Drink Your Blood (1970) and I Eat Your Skin (1964), feature in a double-billed trailer, as they were often shown together. The former loosely based on the exploits of The Manson Family, I Drink Your Blood was one the first movies to get the new X-Rating when it came out. The latter, was made under the name Zombies, but wasn't released until 6 years after it was made, and renamed I Eat Your Skin so it could be double-billed with I Drink Your Blood.
Invasion Of The Bee Girls (1973), was released on video in the UK as Graveyard Tramps. An all out sci-fi sexploitation flick, involving a mad scientist and her seductive man killing creations. Werewolves On Wheels (1971), a road accident of an exploitation movie. Slamming together the two sub-genres of biker movies and horror, to produce the horrifically bad movie. Drive-In Massacre (1977), a low-budget flick designed and aimed not surprisingly at drive-in movie audiences.
There you go the 12 (that I could remember), plus a few more references thrown in for good measure. Now grab the popcorn, and settle in for a whole 6 minutes of horror film fun. Enjoy!