PAINKILLER is one of ten shorts screening at Dollface Presents: Indie Horror Film Marathon on Tuesday, August 30, at the L’Etage in downtown Philadelphia (6th and Bainbridge).
Writer/co-star Jerry Janda will be in attendance, along with several filmmakers showing off their horror creations.
The marathon starts at 8:00 p.m. and tickets are only ten bucks. The money raised will go toward funding “Dollface: Road to the Apocalypse.”
Many thanks to Horror Feast Q&As for interviewing Jeremiah Kipp (our film’s director) and Jerry Janda (its writer, producer, co-star).
Jerry Janda (PAINKILLER’s writer/producer/co-star) shares some thoughts about his directorial debut in this latest blog post about KAISHAKUNIN (a short film that he also wrote and is co-producing).
KAISHAKUNIN, a samurai ghost story, is the latest short film from Jerry Janda, author, producer, and co-star of PAINKILLER.
Jerry wrote the script for KAISHAKUNIN, and this film will be his directorial debut. He is producing the short with the award-winning filmmakers from Small Basket Studios.
KAISHAKUNIN has been enjoying a very successful crowdfunding campaign on Indiegogo — surpassing goals and even trending as one of the top films on the site. (There is still time to donate, so if you’d like to support KAISHAKUNIN — and earn some of the campaign’s great perks — pay a visit to the film’s Indiegogo page.)
Principal photography for KAISHAKUNIN begins on June 11.
To get updates about KAISHAKUNIN, please check out the Small Basket Studios website.
Principal photography for PAINKILLER began exactly two years ago. Since then, most of the cast and crew have kept busy with several projects.
If you liked PAINKILLER, you may be interested in the films they have coming.
Most recently, postproduction began on RAPT, a short featuring Jerry Janda (PAINKILLER’s writer/producer/co-star). Jerry co-stars in RAPT, and he co-wrote the short with Russell Hackett, who appears in DITCH (a micro-short that Jerry wrote and co-directed with Jeff Gould, PAINKILLER’s executive producer, editor, and cinematographer).
Talented cinematographer Mark Boutros shot RAPT, and the award-winning Tom Ryan directed it.
We’ll post updates about RAPT — and about other projects from the PAINKILLER cast and crew. And, of course, we’ll continue to share news about PAINKILLER.
As always, thank you for supporting PAINKILLER — and supporting the work of our cast and crew.
Gruesome Magazine gives PAINKILLER four out of five stars, calling the short, “a gripping, highly entertaining sci-fi/horror hybrid.”
Check out the full review on the Gruesome Magazine site.
In this interview from the NYC Horror Film Festival, actress Kelly Rae LeGault talks about working on the film, bringing her character to life, and more. Learn all about the collaboration and creativity that made PAINKILLER possible!