Lair of the White Worm Movie Review
It's silly -- in fact, it's unbelievably silly -- to the point where some of the film's more absurd one-liners might make you giggle. Sure there are points where it gets awful: the hoedown where a hillbilly band sings a song about the legendary worm that once terrorized the area (complete with people in a snake costume which Grant slices in half) is a lowlight. The "special effects" -- which use cardboard overlays under which actual action takes place -- are worthy of the 1950s.
It goes without saying that you should watch for Donohoe, who turns into a blue snake-woman at the end and spends most of the front half of the movie in her underwear, seducing local townsfolk.
Believe it or not, it's actually based on a Bram Stoker novel.