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Alfie Churchill • Australia • 05/25/13
Absolutely amazing effect that's completely impromptu and can really be performed any time, any where!
The teaching is perfect and this trick is one I love!
xDo • Vienna • 04/26/13
This a great routine which you can perform anytime with some Oreo cookies, you don't even have to use an element of danger. It just makes the effect more shocking.
Overall, I really like this effect and the name is awesome!!
George • Peru • 03/15/13
This is an incredible impromptu effect. It's totally worth it.
Ollie • England • 02/13/13
Such a simple trick and can be done impromptu as it doesn't require any gimmicks or special devices. The method is easy and allows you to adjust it to fit your performing style. One of the outs isn't that great but I'm sure people can think of better ways to present it to make it just as entertaining.
A great purchase overall and one I'm excited to perform.
Redi Spades • Virginia • 02/01/13
A complete impromptu effect using oreos and razor blades can make a very entertaining evening. While I do not like how Dan Sperry presents it (because it is his style, not mine), after rescripting it a bit I have found that I am fond of this effect.
Skipper • USA • 12/04/12
I love Cookie Cutter! Awesome! I've bought the tutorial, and it was simply awesome!
Apple • California • 12/01/12
Great performance! It's direct, impromptu and simple! This is was I call: INSANE!
AK • Japan • 10/29/12
This trick DOES NOT require a special gimmick, pre-setting, or even a PK ring. I mean, this is totally impromptu. To tell the truth, I thought it's done by a PK ring, but it's not true. This is very great trick and it can be performed in any style: mentalism, comedy, test of luck, or even in a kids show! I can't help but give this trick 5 stars!
Wei • NYC • 10/17/12
Simple and deceptive, a good buy for the price.
Ricardo • Mexico • 09/22/12
Very easy and Dan Sperry is just awesome! It's a very funny effect but it can be dramatic too - just make it yours!
Johnny • Newton, Kansas • 07/02/12
ABSOLUTELY GREAT... KILLER ENDING!
Somoza • Tampa, Fl • 03/11/12
Amazing. So simple, yet effective. As James mentioned though, I'm not a fan of the out that Dan teaches at the end if they choose the one with the blade, it may seem like you saw it before you ate it. I'm more for getting the oreo, and saying "Wait, I don't trust your instincts, I want the other one." Then, eating the other, and ending with a funny line.
James Wise • Denton, Texas • 12/22/11
I got this effect pretty much when it first came out BUT for some reason there is barely any reviews for it.
I love this effect! As you have seen from the video, it's a version of the Russian Roulette plot...except with Oreo cookies! What else kind of awesome do you need?
The method is very simple and is completely impromptu, no setup and no gimmicks.
The only problem I have with the effect is choosing the last cookie part. IF they choose the wrong cookie there really isn't an out for it BUT other than that I love this effect. GET IT!
Tony • Seattle, Washington • 07/07/11
Wow! At first I thought he was going to eat all the cookies and the razor blade was going to disappear, but it was still a good trick. 5 Stars.
Xabi • Donostia • 08/16/10
Wow. This trick is amazing, really easy to do and save. I love to perform it in front of anyone (except old people that think I'm crazy). When I first performed it in front of my mother, she was really worried at the beginning, but amazed with the last cookie.