Sisyphus Productions

We're selling digital downloads and DVDs of the Sisyphus Productions body of work from 1992 to 2012. All the films you can buy and watch are exclusive to this site — you can not get them anywhere else.

Marrow Buffalo Bill's Defunct Interior Latex The Gods Looked Down And Laughed McMullen's Machines The Wilkins Clan Invades France The Descent Trepanation Trepidation The Greatest Day of My Kick-Ass Life The Screwy Guy A Short Day's Journey Into Night

Before You Buy

This is an experiment. To keep costs low and get started we're running the site on our own, fulfilling orders ourselves, so bear with us if you don't get your download email link or DVD right away. We intend to improve the process as we go forward and welcome your feedback and thoughts on the films and this site.

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A message from writer/director Matt Wilkins

There are always pauses in life, when you stop and look around and see where you are and what you’ve done. Looking over this collection, I see that I’ve made a wide variety of things. I see a kid with not much to say at first — just goofing off and having fun. In spite of being young and poor, I had a great time making those carefree shorts with no particular purpose. I’d love to go back and play around with my kid some more, and make whatever silly idea my wife and I joked about. But alas, I am no longer that person.

Then I see I guy that had way too much to say all at once and who couldn’t stop saying it to save his own life. The result is two feature films that are so personal and idiosyncratic that they could not find commercial distribution. Two strange, daring art films caught up in the desire to be as original and honest as possible. Popularity be damned.

I’m not sure if the process of making these films made me feel better or if I just moved on to another stage of my life, but I feel great now and am the happiest I have ever been. The ideas that I am now working on will probably reflect that, and I am excited to see what comes next.