Archive for the 'Youtube' Category

POV Turns You Into Magician Making Spectator The Magician

Posted by Michael on September 18th, 2020

Is that headline confusing enough for you? Watch Quan Chung’s latest VLOG and you’ll get it. You ll also get a glimpse into what campus life is like during these pandemic days…

Have a great weekend everyone!

Rounding Out The Day With Murray SawChuck

Posted by Michael on September 10th, 2020

We figured we would go ahead and make today a tribute to some of the magicians who really work social media video to their advantage. Murray SawChuck is no stranger to hustling– in addition to performing as a magician on television shows he has placed himself on the hit series Pawn Stars as a magic expert.

Collins Key And Indian Mystic Sadhguru

Posted by Michael on September 10th, 2020

Earlier today we posted a look at Xavier Mortimer’s success using social media during the pandemic… another America’s Got Talent alum who has mastered the use of social media is Collins Key. Not only has he collected 22 million YouTube subscribers, he has a new line of toys at Walmart.

Eric LeClerc Sabotages Wes Barker’s Career [NSFW]

Posted by Michael on August 12th, 2020

This is all explained in the video (with some R-rated language, so be warned) but Wes Barker foolishly said he would let Eric LeClerc post anything he wanted on the Wes Barker YouTube Channel… so Eric dug out really old videos of young “Wesley” Barker. That is extremely harsh!

But hilarious.

Chuck E. Cheese Magic

Posted by Michael on June 29th, 2020

You might have heard the pandemic shutdowns have let Chuck E. Cheese in trouble, forcing closures and putting the entire chain at risk. We have definitely come across news reports of this nature, so we were more than a little surprised to learn Chuck E. Cheese has an active YouTube page which featured this magic lesson just last Friday.

Now who else wants pizza for breakfast?

The Escapes Of David Merlini

Posted by Michael on June 15th, 2020

Okay, so we don’t usually post pure promo material for anyone (except charity shows). This promo piece for David Merlini caught our ear, though, because we found it posted by Chris Ogle the piece’s voiceover artist. So if you need an escape artist or a voice over artist you now know where to go.

The Poise And Balance Of Eric Gilliam

Posted by Michael on June 15th, 2020

Just a little bit of silent magic from Arizona’s Eric Gilliam. I have to admit, I usually like my magic with a story to it but sometimes a quick piece like this is lots of fun.