Archive for the 'Youtube' Category

Types Of Magicians At Magic Conventions

Posted by Michael on October 4th, 2019

Charles the French Comedian and his buddy Tada recently visited the Kabbalah Magic Convention in Taiwan… and this is the video they came up with after it was over.

Collider Debuts New ‘Net Magic Show

Posted by Michael on September 26th, 2019

Collider is bringing magic to its readers with Hocus Focus. In the debut episode Australian magician and host Jay Jay performs up close and personal for Liza Koshy, Kimiko Glenn and Travis Coles.

Keep an eye on Collider for new episodes.

A Little Early Christmas With Jamie Raven

Posted by Michael on September 18th, 2019

Family friendly YouTube show Kaitlyn’s Cool Club just posted a new episode featuring BGT alum Jamie Raven and a little Christmas spirit.

Yeah, we know it isn’t even Halloween yet but Christmas is coming!

Eric LeClerc’s Advise For Magicians

Posted by Michael on August 23rd, 2019

Eric LeClerc is an award winning Canadian magician you might recognize from TV appearances on shows such as Brain Games and Tricked. He recently appeared on YouTuber and teenage magician Gali Novak’s 3 Minute Thursday web series to give a little advice to magicians.

Jibrizy Returns To Street Magic [NSFW]

Posted by Michael on August 20th, 2019

Okay, Jibrizy never really left street magic but most of his recent videos have been music related. The video he released yesterday, though, sees him going back out in the street to perform… and it has plenty of street language, too, so you might not want to have your speakers turned up if you are at work or school!

Dollar Store Magic Battle

Posted by Michael on August 20th, 2019

Alex Boyer posted this new YouTube video featuring his magic battle against Wes Barker... which features both creating magic tricks on a ten dollar budget to be used only at the local dollar store.

Cavan Booth (Tries) Learning Magic With WikiHow

Posted by Michael on July 1st, 2019

There is the ongoing debate in magic over how it is set to learn. Usually this is just boiled down to books versus video, although there are proponents (and detractors) of websites, live instruction, courses and about everything else. We aren’t picking sides, but we figure no matter which method you’ll find good and bad resources. Magician Cavan Booth probably agrees… as he takes on learning magic tricks with nothing but WikiHow articles!