Draven Reviews: ReBox by Rian Lehman

approvedTitle: ReBox

Artist: Rian Lehman

Producers: TMR Productions

Link: Available At Your Favorite Murphy’s Magic Dealer

Demo Video Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VwCTiRgDKeE

Retail Price: $29.95 USD

Learning Difficulty: Easy

Length of DVD:  32 Minutes (Approx.)

 

 

ReBox is an interesting self-working gimmick that is designed to give the illusion that your cards have been instantly transformed into a deck of cards any point in your performance.  It’s a great visual opener, or even a strong closer.

 

The gimmick is well constructed, and should last a while with proper care.  The mechanism that causes the gimmick to work is strong, and creates a very quick and very visual change.  A minor amount of misdirection is needed such as a momentary wrist kill, or a wave of the hand over the deck.   The instructional DVD covers proper storage and care of gimmick before and after performance to help insure it maintains its spring like qualities for a long time.  It is possible to reverse engineer the gimmick and construct your own if you’re savvy with arts and crafts style projects.

 

Performing with the Rebox gimmick will take a little getting used to.  Fresh out of the box it’s going to be very stiff, and very tight.  You’re going to want to work it in a little to get it to loosen up a bit before you take it out on the road.  If you plan to do extensive work with a deck of cards you may find it necessary to ditch the gimmick until you need it, and then add it into the deck.  If only because it is a little bit bulky when it is in the set position.  Once you work it in though, the operation becomes butter smooth.

 

My only complaint with the product is with the DVD.  The stupid music at the beginning with all the record scratching beat gets very annoying because of its repetition.  The video is shot on what looks like a cell phone because it’s low quality and grainy.  The sound isn’t much better.  The instructions is done to some ren fair sounding music with words scrolling across the bottom of the screen, yet Rian clearly articulates who he is and what he’s created at the beginning of the DVD.  Also the set location for a live performance being inside a shoe store is more corny, given the product name pun, than cool.  That achieved a full eye roll from me while I was watching it the first time.

 

Overall I think ReBox is a fun gimmick.  It is fast, it is visual, and it’s a great way to end a card set.  I’m not sure I myself will get a lot of use of it personally as it doesn’t feel organic to my own style but I can see how it would be appealing to others.  It’s not a cheaply made gimmick, and it certainly does exactly what it says it will.  Check out ReBox if you’re looking for a fun way to close your card set.

 

 

 

When I give my product scores below I am measuring them on a scale of 1 to 10. 1 Being absolute the worst score possible, and 10 being the absolute best, making a score of five average. The four points that I grade upon is Product Quality, Teaching Quality, Sound & Video Quality and Overall Quality.

 

Product Quality: 6

Good price.  Well-made gimmick.  Very visual magic.

 

Teaching Quality: 3

Not a huge fan of the teaching quality.  Words scrolling against mildly distracting music.  Never a winning combo in my book.

 

Video & Sound Quality: 2

Crappy low quality, shot on a cell phone looking grainy video.  The sound isn’t good either.  No mic was used.  VERY annoying back beat in the beginning.  That got old quick.

 

Overall Quality: 6

It’s a fun trick!  Very visual, and a perfect closer for card magic.  Well worth the investment.

 

 

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Draven Reviews: The Impossible Box 2.0 by Ray Roch

approvedTitle: Impossible Box 2.0

Artist: Ray Roch

Producers: A Triangle Production

Link: Available At Your Favorite Murphy’s Magic Dealer

 

Demo Video Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kZ6WBIToY74

Retail Price: $24.95 USD

Learning Difficulty: Moderate

Length of DVD:  43 Minutes (Approx.)

 

 

What a wonderful and entertaining piece of magic.  A gimmickless chop cup and cups and balls routine minus the cups, and using instead a constructed little box out of playing cards.  Object after impossible object seems to appear inside an empty box that is constructed in front of the spectator’s eyes!  No magnets, no fancy props.  The construction of the gimmick is easy and the routine is an absolute worker’s dream as it can be done in closeup, strolling, or parlor.  It absolutely slays.  There’s minimal sleight of hand involved and a few basic moves that you need to master but what you end up with is a charming piece of magic you’re sure to get a lot of mileage out of.

 

Ray Roch teaches the routine, as well as different handlings, and prop construction.  To build the box proper you’re going to need a hobby knife, so kids will need their parents help.  The hardest part of the routine is learning how to handle the box itself while you are building it, and after it’s assembled.  There are no magnets or tape that holds it together so it is a bit knacky to get down.  But the time is worth the investment because the loose construction and impromptu assembly just sells this illusion making it a masterpiece of closeup magic.  Its magic done with magic looking props, cards after all, but without it looking like a magic prop… if that makes any sense at all.  It’s just this casual, unassuming, little presentation that ends up packing a hell of a punch that almost seems to come out of left field catching the spectators completely off guard.

 

There is going to be some extra thought needed to be put into this routine on the part of the person purchasing this DVD.  This routine deals with producing loads from an empty box.  Ray uses a large die, an egg, a small baseball and a lime.  These by no means are the only things that you can produce, but they are what is comfortable to him.  This means that you can potentially customize this routine to produce loads that work for you, or fit your character.  If you don’t have anything to produce load wise at the time of purchase then you may want to take a trip to a toy store and look through the impulse purchase bin to find objects that can fit into your hand that you could produce from the box.  Around any holiday, you’re sure to find some cool toy stuff in the discount bins.  Skulls and bats for Halloween, Santa hats and candy canes for Christmas, and eggs, and bunnies for Easter.  This means that this is the perfect routine to customize for any time of the year you need to do something themed to a holiday.

 

The skill level required is moderate.  You’re going to need to know how to palm something, or hold something in your hand behind an object.  You’re working with loads so pocket management will be key.  I wouldn’t call this a beginners trick per-say, but it’s not rocket science either.  A little work and a beginner can get it mastered with some practice.  A skilled performer will be up and running within minutes.

 

 

Overall this routine is a fast favorite of mine.  I loved the routine and I highly recommend The Impossible Box 2.0!  Check it out people, you’re going to love it too.

When I give my product scores below I am measuring them on a scale of 1 to 10. 1 Being absolute the worst score possible, and 10 being the absolute best, making a score of five average. The four points that I grade upon is Product Quality, Teaching Quality, Sound & Video Quality and Overall Quality.

 

Product Quality:  8

Good price and excellent magic.

 

Teaching Quality: 8

The tutorial is very well taught.

 

Video & Sound Quality: 2

The video is great but the sound is utter crap.  Ray is obviously not miced through the DVD, and it’s obvious that they are using a built-in microphone on the camera.  No boom, no lapel, and the production quality of the DVD suffers for it.  It really makes this look like a home-grown style video as opposed to a professionally produced and polished product.

 

Overall Quality: 8

I absolutely loved it.  I can’t recommend this enough!

 

 

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Draven Reviews: Tunnel by Ninh

approved Title: Tunnel

Artist: Ninh

Producers: SansMind Productions

Link: Available At Your Favorite Murphy’s Magic Dealer

 

Demo Video Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kk-X6mFGOPI

Retail Price: $29.95

Learning Difficulty: Easy

Length of DVD:  45 Minutes (Approx)

 

 

It’s getting to the point where I hate to review SansMinds products.  They are almost always tricks that require massive assembly, and only work for a camera failing any real-world application what so ever.  What’s worse is that SansMinds seems to know their stuff only works on film because every single release they withhold TV rights to their effects.  It’s like they are fishing for a TV consulting gig or something.  I take any trailer I see of theirs with a unhealthy truck load of salt.  I wish I wasn’t so openly negative about their products overall but I’ve just been burned too many times to not be cautious when something comes along that peeks my interest.  So I was sitting in front of my computer looking for fun money motivated tricks I could do for my busking show when I ran across the trailer for Tunnel.  I was instantly excited until I saw that it was SansMind produced.  That had about the same deflating effect on me as liking a movie trailer only to find out that it is directed by M. Night Shyamalan.  Yeah there’s a chance it could be awesome but you know that it’s probably going to be a disappointing pile of crap.  With a heavy sigh, laden with severe trepidation, I placed my order and waited patiently to see if my fears would be justified.  Finally, the product came.

 

The product itself was just a DVD box.  The gimmick inside.  The gimmick appeared to be sturdy sure to last a lifetime of performances, and typical to SansMind’s production, easily replaceable with something I’m sure I could find at a convince store if I looked hard and long enough.  The envelope is that weird thin, fabric like type material you sometimes see in paper stores.  You get two envelopes, so you have something you can switch out for that can be inspected, the other is obviously going to be gimmicked.  Of course there’s the DVD as well.

 

Right off the load screen the cinematography is consistent with the edgy, almost trying too hard to be cool style that SansMind goes for.  On the one hand the cinematography is beautiful, on the other I remind myself that I’m watching a tutorial for a magic trick and not a high budget action mystery movie.  Tunnel is an effect strait from the mind of a Vietnamese magician named Ninh.  It’s a visual transposition of two signed bank notes while they are in the hands of the spectators utilizing a black envelope (the gimmick).  Judging from the audience’s reactions on the video, this magic trick should hit like a freight train.

 

Gimmick construction:  You can’t watch a M. Night Shyamalan movie without having a plot twist just like you can’t purchase a SansMind product without having to do some major assembly of your own.  Sure enough, Tunnel was no different.  When you buy the trick you get the needed gimmick supplies, what you may not have is 3M Super 77 spray on glue.  So after a brief interlude as I ran off to Home Depot to pick up some of that stuff then it was back to my craft table to finish construction on my Tunnel gimmick.

 

With my gimmick finished I was ready to hit the streets and give my new routine a test drive.  From the very first performance the reactions were exactly what I was looking for.  The audience was shocked, amazed, and as I thought, some of their signed bills made their way into my hat in the form of gratuity.  The angles aren’t that bad, and even though I had a non-gimmicked envelope in my inside jacket pocket to switch out for, I found that it was unnecessary because the spectators rarely wanted to see the envelope.  All the heat was on the bills.  So I guess I have an extra envelope as a backup should something ever happen to the one I’m using.  The trick isn’t instantly resettable, but it’s darn close.  A quick second fidgeting with the gimmick and I’m good to go, so this maybe a strong consideration for table hopping at a bar or restaurant.

 

Over all I’m a little shocked that I like a SansMind product for once.  Yes, they refuse to release a product that comes prebuilt for you.  But with money magic like this you almost know you’re in for a DIY project, since you’re going to want to customize it to fit your needs and geographical location; but also, putting a product out with real bills inside would unnecessarily drive the costs up so there’s that too.  As much as I was ready to slam a product for being crappy this one came as a pleasant surprise.  It’s practical, it’s performable, and it looks as good on camera as it does in real life.  Bravo boys.  You got it right!  Now keep it up.

 

When I give my product scores below I am measuring them on a scale of 1 to 10. 1 Being absolute the worst score possible, and 10 being the absolute best, making a score of five average. The four points that I grade upon is Product Quality, Teaching Quality, Sound & Video Quality and Overall Quality.

 

Product Quality: 8

Fair price, solid magic, decent quality on the props.

 

Teaching Quality: 9

Very well taught.

 

Video & Sound Quality: 8

Good sound and Video quality.

 

Overall Quality: 8

Loved it!  Check out Tunnel today!

 

 

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Draven Reviews: Larry’s Bag by Mago Larry

approved Title: Larry’s Bag

Artist: Mago Larry

Producers: Mago Larry

Link: Available At Your Favorite Murphy’s Magic Dealer

 

Demo Video Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aQkifPo1EtQ

Retail Price: $45.00 USD

Learning Difficulty: Easy

 

 

God, I love me a good utility device in magic and that’s exactly what Larry’s Bag is; an incredibly versatile device used to force billets, bills, cards, words, or any other small object that you can fit in the bag.  This thing is a godsend!

 

This unassuming bag comes with a small square cut card that has the instructions printed on it in the form of an online video link and password.  The video is short, and covers what the bag is and how to operate it.  It also gives you a couple different presentation ideas to get you started, however if you purchase the Larry’s Bag I think you’ll have to agree with me that the applications of this bag isn’t limited to the narrow scope of the tutorial video.  The only complaint I have about the card is that it’s such a small square of paper that I somehow managed to lose the card while I was playing with the bag in preparation to writing this review.  Embarrassingly enough that’s a first for me.  I’m holding out hope that it’ll show up before I finish, so I can put in the usual information on video length etc.  But that isn’t in the review by the time you’re reading it you’ll know why.  Maybe as a consumer note to producers, don’t print your instructions on paper small enough to be lost and easily misplaced?  I don’t blame you for my stupidity mind you, but I am saying that a larger paper would be helpful.  Business card size would be enough.  I digress.

 

The bag itself is made of a sturdy mesh material and the secret compartment locks magnetically making the bag able to be handled, and opened by the spectator without fear of them catching you out.  In fact, that’s a huge selling point for it.  The spectator does all the work for you without realizing it.  The bag is cleverly constructed so to hold out the forced object(s) in a way that is invisible making the bag appear empty.  The spectator then loads the bag themselves with whatever object you’re using in your show, playing cards, words, newspaper shreds, etc, the bag is shaken up mixing everything, and then they get to open the zipper shut bag and pull out a “random” bit of whatever.  By the time you get that far in the presentation the hard work is already done and there is nothing to clean up because you’re so far ahead there’s no way you can back track.  It’s a nice little miracle!

 

Larry’s Bag is ideal for stage or parlor.  I can also see it being a strong street option as well.  It looks like a mesh pencil bag that has a zipper on it.  It looks like something you’d expect a student to carry with them, or something like what my ex would put her art supplies in.  It doesn’t scream magic prop and that’s going to appeal to a lot of people.  The angles are nonexistent, and this thing should hold up well for a long time with proper care.  If you plan to use any device for switching or forcing, then you need to look into Larry’s Bag.  It’ll be the last one you buy!

 

 

When I give my product scores below I am measuring them on a scale of 1 to 10. 1 Being absolute the worst score possible, and 10 being the absolute best, making a score of five average. The four points that I grade upon is Product Quality, Teaching Quality, Sound & Video Quality and Overall Quality.

 

Product Quality:  8

The construction is good, the quality is nice, and the price is fair.  It doesn’t look like a prop.

 

Teaching Quality: 7

I’ve seen better videos, but it gets the point across.

 

Video & Sound Quality: 7

Not bad quality on sound and video.

 

Overall Quality: 9

Very useful product!  I love it!  I’ll be using this in my show for a long time for sure.

 

 

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Draven Reviews: Canes Magic by Fabien Solaz

approved Title: Canes Magic

Artist: Fabien Solaz

Producers: The Real Secrets

Link: Available At Your Favorite Murphy’s Magic Dealer

 

Demo Video Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qerQLYl-3Kg

Retail Price: $29.95 USD

Learning Difficulty: Easy

Notes: DVD does not have a play all option.  Instead it’s broken down into individual segments.

 

Here’s an interesting DVD.  It’s all about how to use appearing, disappearing, and dancing canes.  The DVD is from international headliner Fabien Solaz, and footage in the DVD was shot from his cruise ship shows, TV appearances, and street magic sets while in China.  Cane magic can be very visual, very nice selections for attention grabbing acts, be it street or stage, and Fabien is a master performer with them.

 

The DVD is broken up into four sections.  The Introduction, The Effects, The Secrets, and the Bonus section.  Introduction is self-explanatory, and the Effects portion is Fabien just showing the different productions and vanishes in isolation.  The Secrets is where he breaks down what he’s doing and how.

 

What’s taught in this DVD?  A wide range of productions, flourishes, and vanishes.  He also teaches a fire cane, cane to diamonds, cane from balloon, and a dancing cane.  If you’ve never worked with canes before this is a wonderful primer.  If you’re looking for ideas on how you can include canes into your act this may give you some helpful hints.  The downside is that the video does not have a play all feature.  So you’re going to be doing a lot of remote surfing through the different chapters to rehearse and review the things that appeal to you the most.  Take from that what you will.

 

Are there any hidden costs?  Oh you bet there are!  Cane magic is not cheap!  If you already work with canes it’ll give you some cool ideas on what to do with them.  If you’re going to get into this, expect to pay a pretty penny.  Canes can be as little as $30 bucks for a cheap one.  The canes Fabien recommends costs around $155 per cane.  Within the body of his cane act he produces nine canes, so if you’re doing the math a that’s a sizable investment.  However for the visual element, you can’t beat it.  Its stunning to watch and fun to play with.  Appearing canes feel very much like some kind of exotic James Bond prop, and they do add a lot of visual pop to your stage act.

 

Overall I think the DVD has done a respectable job teaching cane magic, and it’s a great reference point.  It does teach you how to do the various flourishes, productions, and vanishes it just doesn’t really show you anything about routining.  Maybe that’s going to be something expanded on in a second volume?  The cane magic has been shown to be versatile enough to play on the street or on the stage.  The types of canes available, and Fabien’s preferences are well explained and I feel like this DVD is going to hold a good place in anyone’s library.  Check it out for yourself.

 

 

 

 

 

When I give my product scores below I am measuring them on a scale of 1 to 10. 1 Being absolute the worst score possible, and 10 being the absolute best, making a score of five average. The four points that I grade upon is Product Quality, Teaching Quality, Sound & Video Quality and Overall Quality.

 

Product Quality: 7

            The price is okay.  The DVD is a great resource, even if you don’t plan to do a lot of cane magic you’re bound to get inspirational ideas from it.

 

Teaching Quality: 7

It teaches what it shows.  Wish there would have been more about how to incorporate it into your act more.  Or how to build an act with using canes.

 

Video & Sound Quality: 8

Nothing out of place here.

 

Overall Quality: 7

Well worth the buy.

 

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Draven Reviews: At the Table with Chris Rawlings

 approvedTitle: At The Table

Artist: Chris Rawlings

Producers: Murphy’s Magic

Link: Available At Your Favorite Murphy’s Magic Dealer

 

Demo Video Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W0Plox1fjN4

Retail Price: $9.95 USD

Learning Difficulty: Easy

Length of DVD:  3 hours (Approx.)

Notes: Some Gimmick Construction Required.

 

 

The latest At The Table from Murphy’s Magic brings the talented fertile mind of Chris Rawlings to the table to perform and then talk about some mind bending mentalism routines built to work in the real world.

 

This download is a massive three hours of solid material covering a range of topics from chair tests, drawing duplications, gimmick constructions, card tricks, and more.  As a performer, Chris is intriguing but as a teacher he tends to get a bit dry and rambles on a touch much.

 

The material covered is playable for parlor or closeup, though I can see some things like his chair test even working on a large stage too.  Everything is super practical and gives maximum flexibility to the magician to focus on presentation.  On this download you’ll learn the following effects:

 

In this Order: Chris’s personal chair test routine.

Reveal: Chris tips how to construct a gimmick used to do drawing duplications for parlor or stage for less than $10 bucks.

Drop Card: A card effect where one spectator finds another spectator’s thought-of card with their eyes closed.

Part Two: Chris’s ending to his drop card routine that completely hands off.

Drop Card 2.0: Chris’s go-to version of Drop Card from earlier in the lecture.

Scary Movie Extended: A modular, three-phase routine that deals with favorite movies divined by the performer.

I.D.D: A drawing duplication routine ideal for the internet age.  This can be done over Skype or the like.

This Belongs To: A zodiac style prediction effect.

The Single Truth: A simple, and clean way to find out something special about your spectator.

Invisible Deck Safety Net: Chris’s take on the Invisible Deck that will leave the performer speechless.

Pseudo: A super easy three-phase pseudo card-memory routine.

 

There will be some arts and crafts involved with constructing a couple of the required gimmicks, fortunately the props are easy to make and easier to duplicate once you’ve done it once or twice.  Chris’s style is typical with most modern working mentalists, and that style is minimalist at best.  Nothing he uses looks like a fancy prop, and most of what he does looks like he set it up back stage minutes before walking out.  So, hurray for not needing fancy expensive props.  Paper, markers, bull dog clips, a suit jacket, and you’re good to go!

 

For the working mentalist or someone looking to get started this is a wonderful download.  If you can push thru some of his drier material and frequent ramblings there’s a lot of really useful routines inside.  I highly recommend this one.

 

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Draven Reviews: Whiplash by Joshua Janousky

approved Title: Whiplash

Artist: Joshua Janousky

Producers: Murphy’s Magic

Link: Available At Your Favorite Murphy’s Magic Dealer

 

Demo Video Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_tvnLViIaG8

Retail Price: $20.00 USD

Learning Difficulty: Easy

Length of Video:  1:35:12 (Approx.)

 

I love me some utility gimmicks!  There is nothing more gratifying in purchasing a magic trick than having it be able to mold and fit into just about any performance need you may have.  Joshua Janousky has come to the table with not only a quality utility gimmick, but a super powered secret weapon which will make close up workers scream with joygasms.  Today we’re talking about Whiplash.

 

The product comes packaged in a neat little black box.  Inside is a gimmick, and a business card sized paper with online instruction links.  Upon first inspection, the gimmick isn’t anything special.  It doesn’t stand out as unique and its potential is well hidden.  The gimmick is printed on Maiden backed Bicycle card stock, but there are instructions on how to repair, or customize your gimmick to any card stock of your choice in the instructional video.

 

The video isn’t a short one either.  Its jam packed with over an hour and a half of cool ideas, plots, and tricks that you can do with Whiplash.  This will only serve to get your creative juices flowing because I’m sure you’re going to come up with your own ideas as well.  In fact, that’s encouraged!  Josh has set up a secret Facebook group, link in the video section, for anyone who purchases this trick to exchange ideas and handlings.  I’m not going to go into a lot of detail on the different tricks taught on the video but I will say the first one, Josh’s version of Oil and Water, was instantly one of my favorites to do with his gimmick.

 

The gimmick is well made, and will last a while with proper care and handling.  As I’ve already stated making new gimmicks or repairing the one you have is covered in the video.  The only thing the product doesn’t come with is extra gimmick “secret stuff”.  You’ll need to acquire that on your own.  It’s not hard to come by either.

 

Performances pack a visual punch.  It’s fun to play with, and the spectator’s reactions are all well worth it.  Whiplash is quickly becoming one of my favorite gimmicks to play with this year.  With a price tag of only $20 dollars Whiplash is a purchase you can make without hesitation.  This will not be a trick that will sit in your magic drawer collecting dust.  You will use it, you will love it, and you will thank me for recommending it to you.  Simply put, go get your Whiplash today!

 

 

 

When I give my product scores below I am measuring them on a scale of 1 to 10. 1 Being absolute the worst score possible, and 10 being the absolute best, making a score of five average. The four points that I grade upon is Product Quality, Teaching Quality, Sound & Video Quality and Overall Quality.

 

Product Quality: 9

Fair price, good gimmick construction.  Great trick.

 

Teaching Quality: 9

Great Tutorial.  Lots of information.

 

Video & Sound Quality: 9

Great sound and video quality.

 

Overall Quality: 9

My favorite trick of this year!

 

 

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