Khandie Khisses talked to Bleeding Cool about her role in Alan Moore and Mitch Jenkins' Show Pieces, Khandie Khisses is many things. Veteran soldier, burlesque dancer, stand up comedian, occasional contributor to Bleeding Cool – and actor in Alan Moore and Mitch Jenkins' Show Pieces, recently showing at London's FrightFest. We bumped into each other […]
Today, in Leicester Square, London, we have had the FrightFest premiere at Vue Cinema of three of Alan Moore and Mitch Jenkins' short films linked together as Show Pieces. You can pre-order your copy here if you want. But before that, Kickstarter backers of the third of those short films (including me) were given a […]
"Yes! We can blame you! By and large that's what we're here for." My throat is raw and screaming. Three days ago I had my tonsils removed, it was an operation that I was completely unaware of. I don't remember being given the anaesthetic, I just remember being woken, sitting up strapped to a bed, people […]
It's the final, Kickstarter-funded, film in Alan Moore and Mitch Jenkins' series of short films, collectively known as Show Pieces, that will lead to further appearances of this alternate Northampton, known as The Show. Here is your first look at His Heavy Heart, starring Darrel D'Silva, Andrew Buckley and Khandie Khisses, for the readers of Bleeding […]
Alan Moore has talked about his upcoming Kickstartered film His Heavy Heart on Nowness. Nicely times to coincide with the release of the box set of Show Pieces, the first five short films written and co-starring Moore and directed by Mitch Jenkins, that begin The Show. The collection cost £35 or £50 signed (limited to 200) […]
It's a very unusual experience to be a viewer of a film project, from a distance, and to write about it, and then suddenly find myself dropped into the midst of the completion of the project and see it happening in real time. To see the actors in costume and make up, the cords and […]
We couldn't be more proud.
Last week's Bleeding Cool Challenge, creating the as-yet-unseen second half of the DC gatefold covers in April was a big hit. So obviously we were going to try it again. Khandie Khisses is a British burlesque dancer, ex-Royal Air Forces, whe was picked by Alan Moore to perform at his fiftieth birthday celebrations, then she […]
Tomorrow's Observer newspaper will feature a sprawling interview and feature with Alan Moore. In which we learn about his great-grandfather, Ginger Vernon, who "used to trade caricatures for pints in the pub." He hates being coerced, whatever the financial incentive, and it may well be something in the blood. His great-grandfather Ginger, the hard-drinking cartoonist, […]
We went into the world of Alan Moore's new film and survived to argue about it afterwards. Or did we?
First moving footage from the first Alan Moore film produced with his involvement.
One frame from the storyboard for Jimmy's End, Mitch Jenkins' new film written by Alan Moore. Photographer Mitch Jenkins has been working on a number of projects with Moore. I first mentioned his graphic novel adaptation of Alan Moore's graphic novelle Unearthing about the life of Steve Moore, three years ago. Here's a pic from […]