Articles related to magic dvd reviews
Reviews of Magic Tricks, DVDs & Books - Magic & Illusion - About.com
Before you purchase that new magic trick or video, be sure to check out our reviews.
Magic DVDs - Magic & Illusion - About.com
DVD Review: Xtreme Beginnerz. If you want to learn flashy card flourishes to dress up your magic routines or establish a foundation in xtreme card manipulation ...
Reviews of DVDs - Magic & Illusion - About.com
The emphasis in this instructional magic DVD set is on creating and performing engaging magic over simply teaching tricks. And it's a worthwhile experience.
DVD Review-Jim Cellini: Street Magic Lecture - Magic & Illusion
Cellini, one of the undisputed kings of street magic, offers his lecture on DVD, which was recorded in Zurich in 2005. While Cellini has lots of solid information to ...
DVD Review: Close-Up Magic-Andrew Normansell - Magic & Illusion
As the title implies, Andrew Normansell's 100% Commercial Volume 3 - Close- Up Magic DVD offers a good selection of close-up effects. Actually, a more ...
Reviews of Close-Up Magic Products - Magic & Illusion - About.com
Reviews of Close-Up Magic Products. ... You can perform the matrix-style routines that are taught on the DVD or employ the gimmicks in your own table- based ...
DVD Review: Stand-Up Magic For Kids - Magic & Illusion - About.com
Can the secret to great kids magic be found in a single DVD? “Bill Abbott Performs Stand-Up Magic For Kids” comes darn close. This excellent DVD only profiles ...
DVD Review: The World-Renowned Magic of Paul Potassy
Video quality rarely deserves mention in a magic review, unless it's very poor. However, the video on this DVD is not only excellent, it's the first instructional ...
DVD Review: Talk About Tricks (3 DVD Set) by ... - Magic & Illusion
Joshua Jay writes the "Talk About Tricks" column each month for “Magic Magazine” and has gone through his columns, identified the effects that he likes most ...
DVD Review: Magic Up-Close by Shimshi
Shimshi only offers four close-up effects on his DVD, but there are two killer effects: a levitation of a borrowed credit card and a version of the haunted pack ...