Creeps Version 2 by Ben Harris
CREEPS V2 is Ben Harris’ latest refinement to his best-seller from 1990. The original CREEPS was a hit in Harris’ worldwide lectures and a total sell-out whenever demonstrated.
Imagine the impact of a matchbox slowly, eerily, opening in a spectator’s own hand. JUST IMAGINE THE ASTONISHMENT. The spectator can both see and feel the box eerily opening in their hands.
You know that animation effects are powerful. You also know that anything performed in the spectator’s hands is strong. CREEPS V2 combines both these elements to create a truly spooky moment!
CREEPS V2 can be utilized with virtually any matchbox and is totally self-contained.
The box can even be examined after it eerily opens. Use CREEPS V2 to create a moment of wonder whenever you are performing with a box of matches or even with a "Card to Matchbox" effect.
So much fun to perform, you’ll be uses this all the time just to amuse yourself.
Complete with sample CREEPS V2 box photo-illustrated instructions additional supplies
Ben Harris’ TONEWOOD TRANSPO - an easy-to-do killer routine with 4 climaxes!
Creeps 2 arrives with a disclaimer stating that ever since 9/11 only the instructions can be sent (no sample matchbox provided). That's bad enough, but what adds insult to injury is that the instructions also points out not all matchboxes are fully compatible with the effect. Consequently, the two different matchboxes I found around my house were too stiff (the effect really needs a fully compatible matchbox). After some effort I finally got one of the two matchboxes to work - some of the time. But when it did work...Boy, was it cool! With that being said, this effect demands a consistent and dependable working matchbox or it might let you down when you're performing. So, if you have many types of matchboxes to choose from or some "fanning" powder then this could be a great effect, but if you're impatient like I am then be glad Creeps Version 2 doesn't cost an arm or a leg.
[3 of 5 Stars]
This product was added to our catalog on Wednesday 16 February, 2005.