BILL CRIDER'S POP CULTURE MAGAZINE
While I probably did see a lot of them I can't say for sure because every time I click on it the screen goes blank after briefly showing the title page.Jeff
Jeff, you'll have to let pop-ups happen, if you aren't (though you probably are). Some are pretty common and famous, some pretty obscure.
I don't think I've seen many of them, but I did see Lair of the White Worm. It's no without its enjoyable qualities including an early appearances by Hugh Grant (who inexplicably spends the entire movie wearing an RAF officer's uniform despite not being in the actual RAF) and considerable nudity from Amanda Donahoe and several of the other female cast members. Oh, and it's based on a Bram Stoker novel.