Harlan The Bizarre Magic Show, DVD
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The Bizarre Magic Show performed on this volume is not for every audience as its themes are dark, somewhat disturbing, and sometimes even bloody. However, in the right venue and for the right audience, these pieces can be some of the most memorable magic you'll every perform for any audience. And, though the central theme is material that's really only suitable for adults and teen audiences, there's a wide variety of plots and methods in play that will interest magicians of all types.After a somber introduction, Dan begins the show with "Book of Blood," an ingenious use of an ancient principle that really sets the mood for what the audience is about to experience. Harlan then performs "Needle Thru Arm" with props that you'll later learn how to make yourself. The performance, however, is definitely not for the squeamish! "Psychotic Surgery" concludes the first trio of effects and while this demonstration is not what it sounds like (that comes later in the show...!), it is an astounding version of the Torn and Restored Card that will leave your spectator with an amazing souvenir.
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Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on November 15th, 2012
This installment of the "Packs Flat, Plays Big" series is mediocre at best as for entertainment, but some of the elements I like. I love how he takes the Magic Coloring Book and uses the principle to make it into a storytelling effect, "Book of Blood". The effect which made me wince was "Sharp Taste". Yes, I agree with Dan in that you have to be an idiot to perform his version of the razorblades! Do not, under any circumstances, try this!
"Psychic Surgery" and "Deviled Egg" use methods utilized by scam artists in the past, and in this show they are quite baffling.
"The Spider and the Fly" was a bit to long-winded for me, but I appreciate it for what it is, a nice storytelling piece of magic.
It's not the best release of this series, but I think it could be a springboard for you to come up with your own bizarre show.
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Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on August 22nd, 2012
There is some neat stuff on there. Some really weird, interesting stuff. Great material for Halloween time.I especially enjoyed his Spider and the Fly routine. That one went right into my act, works well with kid's shows too.
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