USA Up All Night is USA Cable Network's weekend movie program that lasts into the wee hours of the night. The quality of movies range from top rate to cheesy. In the beginning, Up All Night... See full summary »
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USA Up All Night is USA Cable Network's weekend movie program that lasts into the wee hours of the night. The quality of movies range from top rate to cheesy. In the beginning, Up All Night had hosts that presented the movies and had skits during the films. Gilbert Gottfried hosted on Saturdays in New York City in the beginning in 1989, and halfway through that same year, Caroline Schlitt was tapped as Friday host in Los Angeles. In 1991, Rhonda Shear would replace Schlitt as Friday's host, and late moved to New York in 1995. In 1998, USA decided to do away with Shear and Gottfried and just show movies. Written by Pat McCurry <laraspal00@aol.com>

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7 January 1989 (USA)  »

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Because of its instant popularity with USA Network viewers, a Friday-night version was added. Unlike the Saturday one, which was based in New York City, this one was based in Los Angeles. 'Caroline Schlitt' )qv_, fresh off of the short-lived Camp Midnite (1989), was originally the host of each edition, and it premiered on June 30, 1989, with the first two movies being The Pom Pom Girls (1976) and Student Confidential (1987). See more »

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This was classic
28 August 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Gilbert Gottfried was an excellent host and the movies were so bad they were actually good. Most of them were in the style of Ed Wood. This was where I first saw "Killer Clowns from Outer Space". It like most of them was so bad it was good. It has since attained Cult Status. All of the films it showed were classics and the comments by Gottfried and Shear made this an unforgettable program. I truly do miss not being able to see this on TV anymore. We need more like this on the Tube. I agree with the other reviewer when he said most of these movies will never be shown again. They were so bad that no one would be willing to rent them or watch them. The comments that were made between the commercials were hilarious and made you want to watch.


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