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Videos by me, Jamie Insalaco.

Stephen King’s The Langoliers (Quick Reviews)

In case you missed it on the YouTube channel, here’s this week’s new episode:  a review of Stephen King’s The Langoliers.  It sure makes the IT miniseries look bad.

You can use this Halloween link to see all of the scary movie reviews, including complete coverage of the Nightmare on Elm Street series!

Thanks for watching and don’t forget to subscribe to the NEW YouTube channel! Subscribing to the show on YouTube helps get the episodes placed higher in YouTube search results and therefore helps more people find out the show exists. It’s a great way to support the show and it’s FREE! If you’re logged into any Google account (Gmail, YouTube, whatnot) you’re good to go. Thanks again!

 

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Stephen King’s IT (1990) review (Quick Reviews)

Now that Halloween is right around the cornder, today makes the beginning of Quick Reviews horror movie episodes for the month of October!  This year’s festivities begin with the original adaptation of Stephen King’s IT, which aired as a two part miniseries in 1990. Read the rest of this entry

Hazlo Como Hombre movie review (Quick Reviews)

Today’s episode of Quick Reviews is the second foreign film (Mexico) to make the cut! Hazlo Como Hombre is a Spanish language movie currently in a fairly wide release here in the United States.

Thanks for watching and don’t forget to subscribe to the NEW YouTube channel! Subscribing to the show on YouTube helps get the episodes placed higher in YouTube search results and therefore helps more people find out the show exists. It’s a great way to support the show and it’s FREE! If you’re logged into any Google account (Gmail, YouTube, whatnot) you’re good to go. Thanks again!

 

Hello from the Magic Tavern review

Here’s something I’ve never done before – review a podcast on Quick Reviews!  Hello from the Magic Tavern is this episode’s subject and it’s a lovefest.  Love this podcast!

Thanks for watching and don’t forget to subscribe to the NEW YouTube channel! Subscribing to the show on YouTube helps get the episodes placed higher on YouTube search results and therefore helps more people find out the show exists in the first place! Thanks again!

Kong: Skull Island movie review (QR on Location in Salt Lake City)

I tried something different with this episode of Quick Reviews and shot this episode on my phone while I was in Salt Lake City, Utah.  It was a fun experiment that needs some tweaks (especially in the sound department), but I like the general idea.

Kong: Skull Island exceeded my expectations, but that doesn’t mean it’s great or anything.  Check out the video for my review and don’t forget to subscribe to the NEW YouTube channel!

Understanding Rotten Tomatoes (Quick Reviews)

The latest episode of Quick Reviews delves into the complexities of understanding the scores on the movie review aggregation site Rotten Tomatoes.

Please subscribe to the new Quick Reviews channel on YouTube!  All old episodes have moved there and this is where all new episodes will be posted going forward!  If you subscribe, you’re not only telling me that you like the show, but you’re helping spread the word because the more subscribers the channel has, the better placement it’ll get in search results.  And it’s free!  A little love goes a long way!  Just log into your google (Gmail, YouTube, etc) account and hit the subscribe button, it’s easy!  And, you’ll make my day!

Quick Review moves to its own channel! Please subscribe!

Quick Reviews has grown up and to flourish, it had to leave the nest and get its very own channel on YouTube!  Please subscribe here!  It makes a big difference if you subscribe – this will tell YouTube that this is a good show that deserves better placement in search results and that sort of thing.   Thanks!

 

visit WillReadingMovie.com!

Visit WillReadingMovie.com to keep up on all the latest developments with the movie and to find out how you can watch the movie!

Adobe Premiere Sequence Video Glitch Solved

While editing my movie Will Reading (also checkout the Official Site), I’ve come across the weirdest glitch.  Distortion in the form of lines would appear and last for a frame or two.  They usually occurred near edits, but not always.  Observe:

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Sometimes they would appear as lines of color (as seen above) and sometimes they would appear as bits of video from other shots – sometimes from clips that aren’t even in the same sequence!  It’s very strange and I could find no help online.   (Of course, it’s hard to find help online when you don’t know what to search for and now I realize I should have posted screen grabs on forums and asked for help rather than searching.)

So, after some thought, I came up with three different possible solutions: Read the rest of this entry

Will Reading World Premiere (photos)

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Thanks to all for joining us at the Will Reading World Premiere!  We had a great time and loved answering questions during the Q&A.

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FREE screening of Will Reading TODAY!

join us at the FREE world premiere TONIGHT!

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Please join us TONIGHT for the world premier ofWill Reading.  That’s TODAY!  Wednesday, June 21, 2017 at the Ciccone Theatre in Paramus, NJ at 7:30 PM.  You can get your FREE TICKETS by clicking here or calling the box office at 201-447-7428!  (The button says “Buy Tickets,” but trust me – it’s FREE!)  There will also be tickets available at the door.  There will also be a Q&A with the cast and crew after the show!

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Jamie Insalaco interview on Bergen Stages (video)

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An interview with Will Reading’s Writer/Director/Producer/etc. Jamie Insalaco on Bergen Stages, hosted by James Bumgardner.

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