Horror Verite – Jim Kleefeld


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Kleefeld – one of the brights minds in the art has another WINNER! A Frightful Mindreading Experience. The sequel you knew you wanted is now here. It’s Classic Film Verite done with horror movies. Is this a good idea or what? HELLO! I’m already envisioning how I’m going to make people’s skin crawl on this one. Thirty-two horror film posters printed on sturdy, glossy 4×6 cards. Incredible mind-reading. Incredibly easy to perform. An absolutely baffling, unfathomable secret.

Dracula, Amityville, Creature From the Black Lagoon, Alien, Exorcist, Wolf Man, Halloween, The Shining, Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Frankenstein, Saw, Carrie, Rosemaary’s Baby...all your horror favorites from the past and present are here. If you have Classic Film Verite, you NEED to have this version. Perform Horror Verite as a stand-alone effect, or add these cards to your Classic Film Verite set and use all 64 films.

Pass out the cards to anyone in the audience. Have anyone choose a film. They read a list of films on the card and you KNOW what film they chose. No stack, no peek, no billets, no impression pads, no pre-show, no stooges. Do it over and over and no one will ever discover your secret method.

Tell the spectator the name of the film they chose – any one of 32 different films. Or, give a visual description of a scene in their film. Or, make a drawing that reveals an image they have in their mind. Plus, a bonus effect – tell the spectaor exactly which number this film rests at in the Top 100 Horror Films listing.

Housed in a deceptively labeled creepy black cardboard box, this set looks for all the world like a set of collectible poster cards. Best news – the price has NOT gone up. 

A Hot Tip: Trust me, you will want a back-up set. You WILL perform this so often that you will wear out your cards. Many people bought two, three or four sets of Classic Film Verite so they would always be prepared.

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