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Reel Magic Episode 12 (Eugene Burger)

(Based on 1 reviews)
Categories: General, Close Up
Media Type: DVD

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Andrew Pinard - Continuum
Continuum returns with Andrew Pinard talking to Eugene Burger about making your magic important and more


Jon Armstrong - Small Things, Big Difference
The finer points of the Hindu Shuffle and the Hofzinser Spread force

Garrett Thomas - Try This At Home
Discover the magical moments within your magic

David Kaye a.k.a. Silly Billy - Kid Show FUNdamentals
Ways to handle a broken wand

Simon Lovell - Simon Said It!
How magicians do - and do not - connect with audiences

David Regal - Tricks of the Trade
Tricks that make him go WOW!

Wayne Kawamoto - Choice Cuts
Reviews four comedy magic DVDs; one of which he doesn't recommend

Bonus Tricks:

James Prince - "Strike 3"
From Menu of Miracles, The Main Course Vol. 3 published by RSVP Magic

Reel Retro - Gary Kurtz "Signed, Sealed, Delivered"
From Lets Get Flurious! published by Murphy's Magic Supplies

Jeff Prace - "No More Card Tricks"
A ReelMagic Exclusive

Move Monkeys:

Troy Hoosier Breather Card Control

Johnny Blaze Blazing Color Change

Eric Jones Every Cloud Has a Silver Zoso

Running Time Approximately: 2hr 16mins
Date Added: Aug 28th, 2009
MLA SKU: fTBlU8jv5lJVU8z


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Official Review

February 22nd, 2010 7:04am
Reviewed by Gordon Meyer
I've sampled bit of various Reel Magic discs, and watched issue #12 in its entirety. In this issue, the feature piece is a 25 minute interview with Eugene Burger. It's a typically thoughtful and entertaining discussion. (And is apparently continued in issue #13.) Also included is the real work, by David Kaye, on the break apart wand. Talk about a study in contrasts! But both segments are interesting and valuable in their way.

It's fantastic that video interviews like this are available, and I think their value will only increase over time. Imagine, for example, if today we could watch magician-to-magician interviews with the luminaries of magic's past. As a legacy, Reel Magic is providing a great service for us all.

Overall the production value is very high, if perhaps a hair under slick and stylish. I did find myself tiring of the repetitive interstitials between pieces, but if that's all I have to criticize, that's not so bad. Reel Magic calls itself "TV for Magicians," and... [Read More]

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