Wiki gives us:
Look in there, lots of links which will lead you to various denominational groups.
That also clarifies it as a form of biblical hermeneutics aka biblical interpretation.
So then, as this is the Christian exchange, I'll assume you want the
Christian denominations that use it.
All your Christian Fundamentalists use that form. However, not all who are called "fundamentalists" are so. Many Pentecostals are anything but literalist and get called fundamentals all the time. A lot of Evangelicals are in the literalist camp but again, not all. I do know GARBC (the General Assembly Regular Baptist Church denomination) are literalist.
Too many Christian groups are not denominational, or are non-denominational.
Consider John Hagee's groups and ministries. Non-denominational, yet, huge.
Many people consider (and some Hebraic's consider) the Hebraic Roots folks to be in the Christian camp, thus a sort of "denomination" in it. However, they all do not fit nicely, or not, into any particular group, instead running the whole length and breath of Christian beliefs. Some are literalists, some not. Messianics (Jewish believers in Y'shua) run the length and breath, likewise, of Judaism instead, also encompassing Charismatic and Pentecostal as well.