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Full Moon Fright Night 

William Shatner hosts 13 not-quite-Oscar-caliber late-night horror movies, including wacky Q&A sessions with special guests, as well as extra-campy re-enactments of each movie's most-gruesome moment.
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William Shatner ...  Himself - Host 13 episodes, 2002
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William Shatner hosts 13 not-quite-Oscar-caliber late-night horror movies, including wacky Q&A sessions with special guests, as well as extra-campy re-enactments of each movie's most-gruesome moment.

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Shatner enters the realm of self satire
14 September 2002 | by gods1216See all my reviews

I always thought that has-been actors becoming late night movie hosts was a n unfair stereotype. I was wrong. It's wierd and goofy and slightly embarrasing. Shatner's witty reparte with a mute puppet is strained but a worthy effort. It might be improved by the addition of a talking foil for Shatner to play off of but then he still doesn't have Elvira's rack to stick in when least expected.


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