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Topic: Hollywood by Alex Pandrea
Message: Posted by: EddieM (Mar 13, 2014 06:45PM)
This one is coming out in a few days.

Price: $25.00
Trailer: [url=http://youtu.be/hsn_FybCuA4]Hollywood by Alex Pandrea[/url]

Join Alex Pandrea in Hollywood on a journey of card magic.

On this DVD Alex teaches 3 moves with cards; a switch, a color change, and a control. In addition to the sleights, Alex provides multiple routines with each move so you can add them to your working repertoire. Filmed on location in Los Angeles, this is visual, practical material for card magicians.

[b]Monet[/b] - Alex takes the Paintbrush Change and injects it with steroids. This move lets you make a single card change multiple times! Many people believed that this was trick photography when they first saw it - then they saw it live and realized it uses nothing but pure and elegant sleight-of-hand. Learn the Paintbrush Change, Reverse Paintbrush, Single-to-Single, a Split Effect, and more! This is one of those moves that's really fun to practice and even more fun to perform!

[b]AP Spread Control[/b] - Ed Marlo's Convincing Control got its name for a reason. While the original is indeed convincing, Alex has worked on this control for years to bring it to a whole new level of deception and sophistication. It can be used to control a card to the top or bottom of the deck - your choice! Alex covers 3 techniques, including a fantastic one-handed version!

[b]T.O.P.[/b] - Influenced by the Turnover Pass, Alex's T.O.P. move allows you to control a card to the top or the bottom of the deck, and can also be used to force a card with minimal sleight of hand! This utility move can be applied to countless routines, but Alex teaches 3 full effects in complete detail that perfectly utilize the sleight.

Link: [url=http://www.mjmmagic.com/store/hollywood-by-alex-pandrea-dvd-p-18321.html]Hollywood by Alex Pandrea[/url]
Message: Posted by: 1KJ (Mar 13, 2014 09:42PM)
Alex,
That looks super awesome! Tell me there were no camera cuts during the moves and I'll tell you those are some of the best moves I've seen!
KJ
Message: Posted by: Xcath1 (Mar 13, 2014 09:51PM)
Alex has great chops and is an excellent teacher of these technical moves. Still tough to get them looking like he does.
Message: Posted by: Stucky (Mar 13, 2014 11:32PM)
What the heck was that weird thing moving acorss the screen at 1:25? Was that an edit or someone walking in front of the camera?