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Topic: Super Hot: Loving Band Redemption by Clement Kerstenne and Philippe Bougard
Message: Posted by: Kjellstrom (May 28, 2014 12:20PM)
Check out the video trailer and get your head blown away...hehe.


Check out the video-review for this DVD-set, one of the greatest Rubberbands DVDs, ever.


- David Penn and Amit Badiani give their views on this week's releases and introduce a brand new mentalism product from World Magic Shop.

I predict this will be one of 2014 most popular magic DVDs.
Message: Posted by: Philippe Bougard (May 29, 2014 06:33AM)
Hi, Kjellstrom, Thanks for your kind message !

If You want, here is an other démonstration of the DVD :)


Message: Posted by: Rindfleisch (May 29, 2014 07:38AM)
This DVD is Great!
The production is top notch and the magic is very visual.
I reccomend this DVD to anyone who is interested in Rubberband Magic.

Well done guys!

-Joe Rindfleisch
Message: Posted by: Steven Keyl (May 29, 2014 09:16PM)
If Rindfleisch recommends a rubber band DVD, pick it up! He knows a thing or two about the genre. :)
Message: Posted by: Adam grange magic (May 30, 2014 01:57AM)
Just got this today there is a really funny film it has a lot of rubber band routines the tricks are I candy so visual
I recommend this to anyone who likes rubber band magic.
Message: Posted by: Kjellstrom (May 30, 2014 03:09AM)
Nowadays I prefer video downloads, will this video be available for a direct download?
Message: Posted by: Magic.Maddy (May 30, 2014 11:26AM)
[quote]On May 29, 2014, Philippe Bougard wrote:
Hi, Kjellstrom, Thanks for your kind message !

If You want, here is an other démonstration of the DVD :)


Clément. [/quote]

Great job guys! I LOVED that demo. So fun, entertaining, and some REALLY great magic! I've always loved rubber band magic and have watched just about every DVD on it. This is next on my list.

Great job again you guys!
Message: Posted by: VMagical (May 30, 2014 11:33AM)
Any US dealers stock this?
Message: Posted by: 1KJ (May 30, 2014 12:18PM)
I haven't seen this anywhere in the US yet.
Message: Posted by: S-Branham (May 30, 2014 01:08PM)
Penguin Magic will have it next week.

Message: Posted by: 1KJ (May 30, 2014 04:58PM)
[quote]On May 30, 2014, S-Branham wrote:
Penguin Magic will have it next week.

~Steve [/quote]

Excellent! thx.
Message: Posted by: Alex DLF (May 31, 2014 06:11AM)
This is my (french) review along with english subtitles, just activate them on the bottom right corner !


You can watch the review of F*******ing coins from 0:00 to 9:38 and Loving Bands from 9:38 to the end :)

Hope you enjoyed it !
Message: Posted by: Sanderr (Jun 1, 2014 02:30PM)
This looks amazing, is this suitable for a complete beginner in rubber band magic or should I dabble in some other books/DVD's first?
Message: Posted by: Alex DLF (Jun 1, 2014 02:36PM)
For my personnal point of view, you shouldn't have any problem doing the routines taught on this DVD !
Message: Posted by: Philippe Bougard (Jun 13, 2014 12:07PM)

For information : Today, Loving is available in USA and in the World in Penguin and Murphy's !

If You have any questions, I Will answer asap.


Message: Posted by: rasmus (Jun 19, 2014 05:53PM)
I just bought this DVD in our local magicshop and here is my
short review:

Routines: very strong stuff, not new but very modernised presentation and handling.

Explanation: very good, now words needed, that's what I like mostly:)

difficulty level: some routines easy, some need more rehearsal

Video Quality: very good

sound Quality: good with one thing, that is quite boring. a wrong edited soundtrack with a lady
singing at the wrong time in the track. the track is repeated often. (not a big deal, just mute the sound:)

Crediting: very good, after every effect, you will see the credits.

Price: good imo. you receive 2 dvd's and for 39 bucks it's very fair.

would I recommend this DVD? sure, to everyone interested in strong rubberband magic, this is definetly a must have.

i will definetly use some of the routines.

final words: well done guys. vive la france!!!
Message: Posted by: tomsk192 (Jun 19, 2014 06:43PM)
Belgium, no?

I agree with your review, my German [!] friend.

It's a strong product. There is one thing on there, the ring to band, which I learned immediately. It happens to add congruence to a certain routine.

I would emphasise that there are [b]no[/b] presentational ideas here at all. Of course, this is visual magic, you could perform it with no words. Just don't be expecting a script.

Not a worry for me, but worth mentioning.
Message: Posted by: Howser (Mar 7, 2018 07:59AM)
Personally I wished they had commentary with explanation.
not just showing the tricks once and then how it's done once.
it felt like most of it was shot at one angle, not even POV, which made the explanation much harder to follow..
oh well.. maybe you can follow them better if your not a beginner like me