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Topic: Liam Montier's Voodoo (DVD and Gimmicks) by Big Blind Media - DVD
Message: Posted by: Titanas (Aug 2, 2015 03:34AM)
Bigblindmedia presents Liam Montier's VOODOO (BBM129)


You draw a stickman onto a business card to represent a victim, which is left in the hands of a spectator.

An innocent passer by is shown a collection of photos, with voodoo dolls that have pins in various places. The stack of photos is placed aside.

The innocent party is now asked to name someone they wish to direct some 'bad mojo' towards. Let's say they go with 'Gordon'.

They write the name on a piece of paper, and then select one of the photographs at random.

The ritual is now complete, and the chosen photo is turned over - it shows (for example) a voodoo doll with a pin in the left arm.

The paper is touched to a flame to complete the ritual, and the name vanishes in a brilliant flash of fire!

You gingerly turn over the 'victim' - the business card placed aside at the beginning, and show that the stickman now has a serious burn, on the left arm! The innocent party is advised to keep the business card, but warned not to sleep with it under their pillow.

Includes: Handcrafted packaging 14 professionally designed and awesome looking photos! Full DVD Instructions (inc bonus eBook instructions of the main routine, and LOTS of variations and bonus ideas! DVD also includes all of the files to print your own photos!)

Message: Posted by: Ray Chelt (Aug 2, 2015 04:08AM)
This is a lesson on how you update a classic.

I've always been a fan of the Al Spackman routine but think that the idea of the spooky photos is a good one and amazingly this one is priced as such that , even knowing the effect, I think the props make it well worth purchasing.

Might be tempted to use fictional characters for the name bit or even "pick a number" as that bit could be a bit off for more sensitive souls.

But I like this a lot.
Message: Posted by: reignofsound (Aug 2, 2015 03:42PM)
Just got this from Saturn Magic but it never came with a dvd but a cdr?
Message: Posted by: JamieD (Aug 2, 2015 06:37PM)
Liam has toyed with this effect for a while now and I was so incredibly happy that he decided to release it because it truly is a brilliant brilliant effect! The endless presentations afforded to you with the props means that a series eerie presentation can be played just as strong as a more light hearted jovial version! This is a must have effect for anyone who wishes to add a bit of spook to their act!

Jamie Daws
Message: Posted by: Dr SH (Dec 24, 2015 01:08AM)
Great effect , cards are beautiful and very well explained, thank you I love it