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Graphic Illusion. Shock Magic. Geek Magic. Whatever you call it, nothing gets a stronger reaction. And nobody knows that better than Sean Fields.
For the first time ever, Sean has assembled his three strongest, most shocking graphic illusions on one DVD.
Get ready to see Sean's now classic effects Saw and Sick in a brand new way! That's right, both of these shock magic effects are together in one place with additional handlings that truly take these effects to the next level. We saved the best for last though because you're also going to learn Excise, a BRAND NEW graphic illusion that you can only find right here on the Sickness Trilogy!
Saw - Sean's legendary signature effect as performed by Criss Angel on MINDFREAK. A ring is swallowed. What happens next is unspeakable. The performer slowly saws into his neck with a string! The audience actually sees the string buried deep in the performers’ throat. When the string is then ripped out from the magicians’ neck, the audience can see the flesh tear! When the string emerges, the ring is threaded on yet the performer is unharmed.
Sick - Sean's classic interpretation of one of Criss Angel's signature effects from MINDFREAK. A coin is borrowed and swallowed. The performer begins to force the coin through his body, down his arm. He slices into his wrist with a razor blade, and slowly, the signed coin emerges from the wound!
Excise - The classic needle illusion, as envisioned by Sean. A thread is shown and placed in the performers’ mouth. He begins to swallow the thread slowly until only 1/2 remains hanging out of his mouth. He then introduces a needle and slowly, deliberately, he begins to insert the needle into his throat. Finally, he begins to pull the thread out of his neck! As the thread emerges, the needle is seen also emerging, tied onto the thread!
Each effect is taught is detail, including never before seen tips, handlings, and subtleties that make each illusion as realistic and believable as possible.
You now have the Sickness.
This is The Trilogy.