Comedian, podcaster, filmmaker (and more!) Zac Amico recently promoted our film on his weekly show, Zac Amico’s Midnight Spookshow. You can download the episode (#230) wherever you find podcasts, or you can watch online on YouTube.
Jerry Janda — writer, producer, and co-star of PAINKILLER — has made his sole directorial debut with KAISHAKUNIN, a short film he also wrote and co-produced.
Centering on the story of a samurai’s ghost, KAISHAKUNIN explores honor, betrayal, the nature of truth, and the power of legend. It’s probably also the only samurai ghost film shot in York, Pennsylvania.
“Kaishakunin” from Jerry Janda on Vimeo.
PAINKILLER is available to view for free at https://vimeo.com/user33023546/painkillerfilm.
We would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone who gave to our crowd-funding campaign, who helped us with screenings (by showing the film or showing up to watch), who reviewed our film, who gave us awards, and who generally supported us over the last 3 years.
If you enjoyed the film, please share with the horror fans in your life.
You have our undying appreciation for everything that you’ve done. When it comes to expressing our gratitude…we can never do enough.
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!