Criss Angel Mindfreak

Season 3 Episode 2


Aired Wednesday 10:00 PM Jun 12, 2007 on A&E
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Criss lies on a bed of broken glass while a steamroller rolls over him. Later, Criss will make a beautiful woman appear from a box of merchandise. He also does some of his street magic, where he bends a quarter using his mouth and makes a card appear in a lit cigar.moreless
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  • Great episode, but not as good as some. That is until we see the steam roller come out to play.

    Overall not the best episode, but still a great installment. There was not a lot going on until the steam roller segment at the end, and when that part was on, it was very hard to watch. It wasn't just the steam roller, but the noises Criss made, and the noises the glass made as he walked on it and the lay down on. It was painful to watch the steam roller slowly make its way to Criss, then as it started to edge towards his feet it was even harder to watch. His screams did not help it either, as you could tell the audience was shocked at what they were seeing. For those of you who think it was memorex, I don't know if it was, it could have been, but even if it was, this would still be a inanely crazy stunt to do, because it would still hurt like nothing you probably felt before. Props to Criss, and I hope to see more other little illusions in the next episodes, because I felt this episode was missing that.moreless
  • Was it real or was it memorex?

    It was another great installment of Mindfreak, but I still have my doubts with the final demonstration. Yes, I believe he did walk, jump, and laydown on the glass, however, I think that the concrete was cut out on the place where he was laying and replaced by some kind of hard sinking material. As I was watching the episode and it appeard that Criss was sinking under the roller, instead of being actually rolled on. I could be wrong, but that is my impression on what I saw.moreless

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