"Mitch’s sci-fi chamber piece effortlessly transcends restrictions of budget and location in pursuit of its ambitious ideas."

A Million Days (2023)projectedfigures.com

"An intimate science-fiction thriller that revolves around a very timely subject matter. A Million Days is compellingly complex in spite of its modest appearance."

‘A Million Days’ review: Dir. Mitch Jenkins [FrightFest 2023]thehollywoodnews.com

“Jenkins gives it all a colourful, lucid-dream Lynch-by-way-of-Film-on-4 look, as if memories of Alan Rudolph’s Trouble in Mind, Peter Greenaway’s The Cook the Thief His Wife & her Lover or Mike Figgis’s Stormy Monday had bled into Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me or Mulholland Drive.”


“Expertly realized by director Mitch Jenkins…‘The Show’ hits bullseye for a sophisticated audience eager to be delighted, beguiled and thrilled.”


“It’s a wonderful movie. Like dreaming with your eyes open.”
– Neil Gaiman


“The Show is part occult noir, part gothic fantasy-mystery written by celebrated author Alan Moore and directed by his collaborator, award-winning photographer Mitch Jenkins.”


“This could be one of the best things you’ll see this year.”


“Finally, a movie that Alan Moore (probably) won’t disavow”


“An occult noir thriller…very bizarre and full of visual wonder”


“Prisoners Of Paradise is a project close to my heart, so I’m delighted to have also secured the wildly talented Mitch Jenkins as our director.”
– Alan Govinden, Producer

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“Alan Moore rewrites the Egyptian book of the dead in the language of David Lynch, remapping nocturnal Northampton as the club scene for death in all its mystery – and localised banality.”


“Writer Alan Moore and director Mitch Jenkins have collaborated on Show Pieces, a grand-guignol triptych that proves, were proof needed, that you can pour caustic wit, dread and melancholia into the hole vacated by a large budget and come up smelling of blood.”


“Alan Moore and Mitch Jenkins unveil a phantasmagoric English dreamtime made of goosefleshed pin-up girls, burned out comedians and faulty lights, with judgement just behind the tinsel”


“Alan Moore may not be proud of any of the adaptations of his work, but he can be proud of this. Both he and Jenkins have succeeded in creating an interesting ‘trilogy of terror’.”


“Jenkins…really does bring Moore’s writing to life – the first time any director has managed this.”


“Infused with a gaudy beauty and underpinned by constant unease.”


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