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Alan Moore's The Show, On Demand Now And DVD/Blu-Ray Next Month
Also available at a discount from Shout Factory. Alan Moore's The Show, Blu-Ray cover The Show stars Tom Burke, Siobhan Hewlett, Ellie Bamber, Sheila Atim, Christopher Fairbank, Khandie Khisses, Melinda Gebbie, and Alan Moore as Mister Metteron.  The physical editions of the film come with new bonus features, including a Welcome to The Show featurette, which includes[...]
The Cast and Crew Introduce Alan Moore's The Show at Premiere (VIDEO)
But the cast and crew of The Show were, including Mitch Jenkins, Khandie Khisses, Darrell D'Silva, Siobhan Hewlett, Robert Goodman, Bradley John, and Coleen Goudie And before The Show filmed, they took to the stage, and talked about the film as well as what everyone else is up to since it was filmed two years[...]
Alan Moore Sings In Clip From His Movie, The Show, Out Next Week
But first, we have a clip from the movie, with Alan Moore in his role as Frank Metterton, and as previously seen in the short Show Pieces films Jimmy's End and A Professional Relationship. And Tom Burke watching over a sleeping woman notices the moon has disappeared, replaced by a singing Alan Moore and the rest[...]
Talking To Khandie Khisses About Alan Moore And Mitch Jenkins' Show Pieces
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 at[...]
EXCLUSIVE: The Trailer For Alan Moore And Mitch Jenkins' His Heavy Heart
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 Cool[...]
Alan Moore Talks About His Heavy Heart On Video – With Show Pieces Now For Sale
Especially given the role it promises to Bleeding Cool's own Khandie Khisses. 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[...]
Bleeding Cool Challenge: Redesign Khandie Khisses
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 cover-featured in Dodgem Logic and recently was one of the cast members of his film Jimmy's End. She's manned stalls at Kapow! (where[...]
Alan Moore To Create A Social Network?
Also a social network. Twatchmen? Fashion Book? Okay, this is probably a fictional social network… but could it spin off into reality as well? Also, we get Bleeding Cool favourite Khandie Khisses' first appearance (in the background) of the newspaper in question… Tomorrow's Observer newspaper will feature a sprawling interview and feature with Alan Moore. In which we[...]
Teaser For Alan Moore's New Film, Jimmy's End
They were shot in London and Northampton. I think Bleeding Cool favourite burlesque performer Khandie Khisses will also be appearing. Both films are part of a bigger project known as The Show which will include a number of other episodes and events, and this reminds me rather of Alan's previous Grand Egyptian Moon And Serpent Theatre Of Marvels series of[...]
First Storyboard Frame From Alan Moore's New Film – And More
Here's a pic from it starring friend of Bleeding Cool Phill Hall. It become a live performance and a vinyl/CD deluxe musical volume in the journey, but last week he delivered the finished graphic story to the publishers. And now he appears to be working with another friend of Bleeding Cool, and performer in Jimmy's End, Khandie[...]