Draven Reviews: Twixter By: Neil Trigger

not approvedTitle: Twixter

Artist: Neil Trigger

Producers: Trigger Magic

Link: Available At Your Favorite Murphy’s Magic Dealer

 

Demo Video Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dAY6ldS6mPA

Retail Price: $24.95 USD

Learning Difficulty:  Beginner

Length of DVD:  10 Min (Approx.)

 

 

I’ve always said: “Show a magician the secret inner workings of the universe and he’ll find a way to reveal a selected playing card with it.”  Thus comes the Twixter.

 

This isn’t going to be a long review.  This trick is about as imaginative as a smoking hot turd on a log.  Force a card, then find some hackneyed reason to introduce a fake chocolate candy bar for a hack joke about it being a magic “twix”, just to reveal the selected card on a bar of “chocolate” that you can’t even eat.  Spend two hours with Royal Road or Tarbell and you’ll have a half dozen more powerful card tricks at your disposal than this piece of overpriced shit.

 

When you open the package, you get two gimmicked plastic candy bars.  They look kind of like a Twix candy bar, being the right shape and color; Shit-stain brown.  The instructions are online, which saves them the time on printing DVDs that no one is going to watch.  You don’t even have to watch the tutorial video.  Just look at the candy bar, see what the card reveal is, and force that card.  Ta-dah.   Pocket sized, and instant reset sure.  But weak ass excuse for using a prop, and a half dozen better things to do with a deck of cards.  Worst of all Jon Armstrong, a noted card expert and a good friend of mine, even lent his name to this by giving a marketing quote.  It’s like Neil Trigger knew this shit was going to stink so bad he had to throw Jon’s name on it just to try and get it to sell one or two copies.  Jon’s quote: “A pretty sweet trick” wasn’t even a complement.  It’s literally low hanging fruit to make a candy pun promoting the product.  Hope he got paid for that quote.

 

The tutorial video is overtaught at 10 minutes in length.  That should give you an idea of the simplicity of this trick.  Neil’s presentation is helped by his sophisticated British accent, which softens the blows of his horrible lines about “every magician needing to have twix up his sleeve.”  The motivation for using the props is horrible (see before joke), but the handling is worse.  Who carries around open candy bars in their sleeves?  Who decides which bar to use before putting the other back into their pocket sans wrapper?  This entire setup screams FAKE PROP, to which point why are you even using this stupid gimmick to reveal a card anyways?  Having a card selected and then reading their mind with a bit of showmanship would arguably be more impressive than this prepackaged pile of dog shit.  The instructions say to place it on their hand or on a table.  If you decide to use this trick, DON’T place it on their hand.  It feels nothing like a candy bar.  The weight is wrong, as is the texture.  It screams setup.  Just don’t do it.  “Oh but Draven you can just buy a candy bar and put it in the wrapper instead.”  I can hear you scream from the other side of my computer.  Well you can put lipstick on a pig, but it’s still a pig.

 

Performing with this prop leaves audiences really underwhelmed.  Just watch the trailer video and you can see the audiences in the video are like “Oh… okay… Guess I should say something nice about this right?”  Real life reactions are about the same.  People just aren’t wowed by this.  Everything from the prop to the motivation is tacky and the audience knows it.

 

Overall this is a giant waste of the average person’s time.  Somewhere out there, there is a magician who does work with candy, or kids, and this is going to speak to them.  More power to you!  But I don’t see this being a best seller, and I certainly don’t ever see me performing this anytime soon.

 

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: 1

Over Priced, piece of plastic garbage.

 

Teaching Quality: 2

Over taught, considering you don’t need a tutorial on how to do this.  Step 1: Force a card, Step 2: Use stupid hackneyed prop to reveal said card.

 

Video & Sound Quality: 7

The only good thing about this trick.

 

Overall Quality: 2

Very few things have ever scored this low in my reviews.  This one is my new Alpha Cards.  This product sucks. The only reason why I didn’t give it a score of 1 is because the magic trick actually works when done.

 

 

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Draven Reviews: Svenlopes By: Sven Lee

approvedTitle: Svenlopes

Artist: Sven Lee

Producers: Murphy’s Magic

Link: Available At Your Favorite Murphy’s Magic Dealer

Retail Price: $24.95 USD

Learning Difficulty: Easy

Note: No Tutorial.  Download PDF Only

 

 

I love me some utility props!  Any avid reader of my reviews will know that I usually give strong reviews in favor of props that yield magical results without limiting the performer to a specific method of execution.  Props that provide versatile applications that allow the magi to think, create, and incorporate their own style and character are sorely understated in the industry today.  Svenlopes fall into that versatile prop category and do so with great delight, at least on my part.

 

The Svengali principle in magic is well known.  Even hacks have made small fortunes hawking Svengali decks to laypeople.  So as a performance option I think it gets overlooked a lot.  I think a lot of people underestimate the power of a Svengali principle, and when it’s not presented in the context of a deck of cards, I think it will fly by most lay folk and magicians alike.

 

What you get is a PDF outlining the basic concept, and a few ideas of how to apply it, and 50 well crafted Svenlopes to implement in your dirty work.  What you ultimately use them for is up to you, but I’d consider it a severe waste of an opportunity to limit them to simple card reveals.  The paper in the envelopes are thick and kind of plastic like.  They should hold up reasonably well thru multiple uses.  Different colors are planned and currently in production, just in case standard black doesn’t fit your fancy.  Though different colors are expected to retail at a slightly higher cost than the standard black ones.  They handle well, and resets about as fast as any Svengali deck would; minus any additional reset needed based upon individual application.  They come packaged in a nice plastic box which will keep them in good condition when not in use.  Also you get 50 of them!  You may not need to perform with all 50, so if you use less then you have extras in case you need to create a different routine or one of them wears out.

 

This is a tool.  So it’s only going to be as good as the application used for.  But with the right creativity, I think this could go a long way.  From strolling, to stage this is something you’ll want to have in your tool box when creating your own magical routines.  I highly recommend it!

 

 

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 three points that I grade upon is Product Quality, Teaching Quality, and Overall Quality.

 

Product Quality: 9

Simple and easy to use.  Wide range of applications, packs small and plays big.

 

Teaching Quality: 7

The PDF gives you some great starting ideas.

 

Overall Quality: 9

Great idea!  Many applications.

 

 

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Draven Reviews: Changeling ODO By: Marc Lavelle

approvedTitle: Changeling Odo

Artist: Marc Lavelle

Producers: Titanas Magic

Link: Available At Your Favorite Murphy’s Magic Dealer

 

Demo Video Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qz7I-aofrCY&t=64s

Retail Price: $34.95 USD

Learning Difficulty:  Moderate

Length of DVD:  1 H 15 Min (Approx.)

 

 

In the world of money magic, you’re not short on options for quick changing visual metamorphoses of a one bill into another.   But the magic usually stops there.  Very few have offered a solution to multiple changes, and let’s be real with each other for just a minute; if you really could magically change one bill into another would you honestly stop with just turning a single into a twenty or a hundred?  Where’s the buildup in that?  Mark Lavelle has entered his opinion in the matter and it’s an opus of fast changing money tricks.  Get set for Changeling ODO.

 

Receiving Changeling ODO is a bit of a let down upon unboxing.  It’s a non-assuming little folding card with the gimmick inside.  No DVD either, all your video instructions are online.  The gimmicks are predictable for this kind of effect, and upon first glance, and after having watched the trailer video, I suspected some assembly would be required.  And Holy Jesus the construction on this gimmick is intense!  My only advice is to watch the video thru at least once before you go cutting stuff up.  This is not a quick build.  It’s not a complicated build, but you will need to pay attention to details.  Once completed though, you’ll have a gimmick that should last you for quite a long time.  If you use a more durable kind of money, like the plastic sort found in Canadian or European bills then it will probably last you a lifetime.

 

Performing with the Changeling ODO gimmick is easy enough.  It does what it needs to do, and it does it well enough that you don’t have to worry about the gimmick failing in performance and exposing itself.  At the end of the trick you’re clean, and can hand the bill out or spend it as you see fit.  Angles are nearly nonexistent, and practicality makes this a workers dream.  Reset’s pretty quickly making this a fine option for walk around.

 

Overall I’d say that if you’ve got the patience to put into building the gimmick then you’ve got yourself a fine piece of magic.  If you like visual close up money magic, then I recommend you check out Changeling ODO!

 

 

 

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

Price, magic, and practicality all consistent with a winner.

 

Teaching Quality: 8

Well taught.

 

Video & Sound Quality: 9

Great sound and video.

 

Overall Quality: 8

Very visual, A nice double change, and fits right into your wallet.

 

 

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Draven Reviews: Mental Pen by João Miranda & Gustavo Sereno

approvedTitle: Mental Pen

Artist: João Miranda and Gustavo Sereno

Producers: João Miranda Magic Solutions

Link: Available At Your Favorite Murphy’s Magic Dealer

 

Demo Video Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1n9SxnUGqbk

Retail Price: $39.95

Learning Difficulty: Easy

Length of Video:  41 Minutes (Approx.)

 

 

David Penn said that Mental Pen was “a very clever idea” in his review.  I’m not sure that does this device the proper amount of justice it duly is owed.  This pen is $#&@! Fantastic!  It’s incredibly well made, the gimmick is hidden in plain sight, and the spectator resets the bloody thing for you without even realizing it.  They can write with the marker, they can inspect the marker all they want.  Even though the gimmick is hidden in plain sight they will NEVER find it!  And the magic that you can do with this device is limitless!  It’s the perfect utility device, and quite possibly my favorite trick of the year.  After I watched the online video I was literally bouncing up and down in my chair giggling like a school girl at the range of possibilities this little device afforded me!

 

The reset on the gimmick doesn’t take long, but you’ll want to do it somewhere out of sight of your audience.  The reset does require you keep a special tool with you, so it’s wise to not lose it.  But for the power this gimmick offers you presentation wise, it’s well worth it!  Performances are idiot proof, and you couldn’t ask for a better made gimmicked marker.  It is a Sharpe so magicians everywhere won’t feel like they’re using a special prop just to do a trick with this gimmick.

 

Mental Pen comes with a couple extra spare gimmicks, in case you lose or damage yours, the special reset tool, and the Mental Pen itself.  Included in the small stocking stuffer sized box is a card insert, about the size of a business card, that points you at an online video for the tutorial on how to work the pen.  You’re going to slap yourself in the forehead within the first five minutes of watching the video, part in not having thought of this sooner, and partly due to just how evil this thing really is.  I’m saying you can start religions with this thing if you wanted to.  This could become a reputation maker for someone, and stage or street the sheer impromptu nature of the performance will blow audiences out of the water.

 

The instructional video goes on for about 40 minutes, and the bulk of that is going over five different routines using the Mental Pen.  That’s great for new practitioners in magic.  However, I get a strong feeling that a more experienced magician is going to shut this video off about a quarter of the way thru because once they know how to work and reset the device they’re going to be off and running on any number of personal applications for it.  This one is just too good to not use.  This will be one trick that won’t sit in the bottom of your magic junk drawer.

 

The power of this utility device, and you know me- I love utility devices, is in how impromptu it lets you work.  There is no switching!  The pen that does the dirty work, is the same pen the spectator signs with, uses, marks with, inspects, and hands back to you, which by the way when they do hand it back to you they’ve already done the cleanup work FOR you without even knowing it!    Closeup or stage this thing is a worker!  I cannot express my joy over this device enough.  I love my Mental Pen!

 

 

 

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

The price is a little expensive at first glance, but I’d say for the power of the product, worth every penny!

 

Teaching Quality: 9

The tutorial is wonderful!

 

Video & Sound Quality: 9

Great video, and sound for a download.

 

Overall Quality: 10

You need this.  You’ll thank me later.

 

 

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Draven Reviews: Move by Danny Weiser & Taiwan Ben

approvedTitle: Move

Artist: Danny Weiser & Taiwan Ben

Producers: Taiwan Ben Magic

Link: Available At Your Favorite Murphy’s Magic Dealer

 

Demo Video Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D_60MQ9_2kY

Retail Price: $34.95 USD

Learning Difficulty: Easy

Length of Video: 26 Minutes (Approx.)

 

 

Move is a modernized version of the classic “Golden Key” effect where instead of the teeth moving and locking into an impossible position on a key, the plastic pocket clip on a pen cap moves, and then reattaches back to the pen cap.

 

What you receive is a very well-made prop that is a gimmicked Bic pen, and a gimmicked Bic pen cap.  The pen also comes with online tutorial instructions, which probably over teaches the effect more than necessary.  For such a simple prop, surprisingly there’s a lot of thinking that went into designing the effect so you can perform this as naturally as possible without giving the spectator any reason to suspect the pen is gimmicked.  The gimmick, by the way, is so ingeniously hidden that the pen, even though it’s gimmicked, can be handed out before and after the trick for examination without fear of the spectator ever finding anything.

 

The hardest thing about the presentation is getting used to eyeballing the markings on the pen that let you know which way the gimmick is oriented.  Maybe my eyesight is just crap, but I find the natural markings on the pen just a bit more difficult to spot at a quick glance than the instructions indicate that I should.  From a performance perspective though the effect is a curious and visual mystery.  I don’t think audiences are overly familiar with the Golden Key, and this is a neat little alteration on that routine.  Enough so that I can see merit in performing this.  I don’t think this is a needless reskinning of a magic trick for sake of making profit from magicians.  I think this can legitimately stand on its own as its own effect.  The angles are near fool proof, the visuals are very impressive, and the reset is damn near instantaneous.  This is a great organic worker for strolling, and maybe even parlor.  Assuming everyone can see everything okay at a distance.  It is a small pen after all.  I think the real power in this effect, and its Move’s biggest selling point, is the fact that the pen can be examined before, AND after the magic happens.  You’re in complete control of the moving pen clip, everything is self-contained and invisible to spectator’s inspection, you don’t have to switch for anything because you start and end clean, and it instantly resets.  It’s a wonderful piece of magic!

 

This was a wonderful find, and for once Danny has put out a product that doesn’t make use of cheap plastic elastic thread!  I loved Move, and I recommend it to anyone looking to add a little extra magic to their close up that isn’t done with traditional cards, or coin props.

 

 

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 price is a little expensive, but given that the gimmick is hand made it makes sense.

 

Teaching Quality: 8

Tutorial is easy to follow.  Easy to learn, and perform with practice.  Effect is probably over taught a little.

 

Video & Sound Quality: 8

Clear sound and video for an online download.

 

Overall Quality: 8

Taiwan Ben and Danny Weiser have a solid hit with Move!

 

 

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Draven Reviews: Four King Miracle by Henri White

approvedTitle: Four King Miracle

Artist: Henri White

Producers: World Magic Shop

Link: Available At Your Favorite Murphy’s Magic Dealer

 

Demo Video Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4BhqWbRfMHM

Retail Price: $19.00 USD

Learning Difficulty: Easy

Length of Video: 10 Min (Approx.)

 

 

The Four King Miracle by Henri White is, at its essence a four king production from a sandwich effect.  It’s remarkably simple, highly visual, and very strait forward.  The effect can be performed as a simple packet trick, and it’s powerful enough to work as a stand-alone trick, but it could also be incorporated into a much larger routine as well.  The gaffs are easy to use, and shouldn’t be something that magicians aren’t already familiar with, unless you’re very new to magic.  Which in that case welcome to the wonderful world of gaff tricks!  This principle has been around for a long time, and some of the finest card tricks out there rely on it.  It’s not a rough trick to learn, and with some little practice the trick will be smooth for you to perform.

 

What you get is a DVD sized package with everything you need inside.  There is no DVD, World Magic Shop has opted to go with a direct video download instead.  The video is short and sweet.  At only 10 minutes in length it captures all the important parts well.  Teaching you how to set it up, gives you two different ways on how to perform it, gives some thoughts and tips on handling, and addresses how to refresh the gimmick once it begins to wear down after use.    The gimmicked cards that are received are of standard air cushion quality Bicycle playing cards.  They should hold up well for a long time of use.  Should the gimmicks ever wear out, recreating them won’t be hard, assuming you don’t want to just buy a brand new set.

 

Four King Miracle has got to be my new favorite card trick to perform!  It’s super clean and very visual and resets within a second.  Ideal for strolling, closeup, and Youtube/Instagram.  The visual impact also could play well on stage.  I’d even be crazy enough to want to try this with jumbo cards.  The angles are almost idiot proof, and while the cards can’t be handled by the spectator, the illusion is so solid that there should not be any reason why they would want to handle them.  Also, if you’re using this with a standard deck, perhaps a segue or an opener, just ditch the jokers, and move on with the deck for whatever else you’re doing, and no one will be the wiser.

 

Overall, I’m giddy as all get out over this new trick.  I absolutely love Four King Miracle and cannot recommend it enough.  Please, if you like card magic, check it out 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

Great price for such a powerful trick.

 

Teaching Quality: 9

Well taught, easy to learn.

 

Video & Sound Quality: 9

Good sound, and video.

 

Overall Quality: 9

Highly recommended!

 

 

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Draven Reviews: The Devil’s Mark by Alan Rorrison

approvedTitle: Devil’s Mark

Artist: Alan Rorrison

Producers: SansMind

Link: Available At Your Favorite Murphy’s Magic Dealer

 

Demo Video Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U3wYpwQ0aYg

Retail Price: $24.99 USD

Learning Difficulty: Easy

Length of DVD:  19 Min (Approx.)

 

A borrowed bill has a light shown on it, and the spectators selected playing card shows up on their bill as a water mark!

 

I’ve always said: “Give a magician the inner most secrets of the cosmos and he’ll find some way to reveal a card selection with it.”  Enter Devil’s Mark by Alan Rorrison.  On the surface, it’s another impossible card reveal with borrowed currency.  Then SansMind tries to dress it up playing on the name and loosely trying to tie in themes of the devil being in the details, or that somehow money is evil or something like that.  The devil tie in is half baked at best.  This could have been a powerful bizarre effect teaching a lesson about money being the root of all evil, but SansMind shoots from the three-point line missing both the goal and the point.  What they let you walk away with is nothing more than card reveal on bill.

 

What you get is an instructional DVD, and three specially made gimmicks.  What you will need to supply for yourself is a wallet, and double stick tape.  The gimmick construction, for SansMind, is amazingly simple.  Apply some double stick tape to the gimmick, and you’re good to go.  You will need to know how to do a finger palm, and how to load a finger palmed gimmick onto a selected bill, however this is very easy to do, and if you’ve ever played with Jim Pace’s “The Web” it’s very similar in execution.  Once you’ve loaded the gimmick it’s all downhill from there.  Force the card needed for the reveal on the gimmick, and then shine some light on the back side of the bill so the watermark shows up.  However for the love of whatever god you hold holy please change the patter from the absolute drivel supplied to you by SansMind.

 

I spoke with the effect’s creator, Alan Rorrison, who had very little creative control with how the effect was ultimately represented by SansMind.  In Alan’s version there’s strong symbolic tie ins with hidden messages, masonic imagery, illuminati control, and the reveal happens in the all-seeing eye on the back of a single dollar bill.  Really neat, very powerful, story driven bizarre elements that will keep them shining lights on their bills for some time to come.  Alan makes a strong connection between money and it being the root of all evil hence the name: The Devil’s Mark.  Could it be that the real Devil’s mark here isn’t the one in Alan’s story, but the mark left behind on this illusion by the people who produced it?  It’s well known that Alan has severed any working relationship with SansMind, could this just be one of the reasons why?  I know artistic misrepresentation would be enough to piss me off.  Perhaps the Devil really is in the details?

 

The effect in and of itself is brilliant.  This could be some very powerful magic that is almost angle proof, and resets near instantly.  Whether you’re storytelling, or going for a hard-hitting visual effect then this little gem is a worker.  It packs small enough to fit inside your wallet, and is ready to go at a moment’s notice.  All you need is a dollar bill, or other bank note.  Works on any one, from any country, and if the spectator doesn’t have one you can always supply one yourself.  Although admittedly the illusion hits harder if it’s a borrowed bill.  Despite the crap can patter supplied by SansMind, this is a hell of a trick!

 

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: 4

The price is a little bit much for what you get.  The gimmicks cost probably five cents to produce, and the DVD a few dollars.  They’re gouging you on this one.  The magic though is strong.

 

Teaching Quality: 7

Easy to follow.  Easy to learn.  Easy to do.

 

Video & Sound Quality: 8

Good sound, and quality video.

 

Overall Quality: 7

The magic is strong on this, but please for the love of god create some stronger, more meaningful patter that can connect with your audience on a more emotional level than a simple card reveal.  If you just want to reveal a selected card then do card to wallet.  Save this for the people who can really play on an audiences wild imagination!

 

 

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